Suggested months: April, May, June, July, August, September.
Experience Australia's remarkable outback landscapes with this epic adventure that combines World Heritage Listed Kakadu National Park, renowned for its prolific birdlife and Saltwater Crocodiles; the Red Centre's famous Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Mount Conner rock formations and a walk across Arkaba Conservancy in the Flinders Ranges, regarded by many as the most picturesque outback station in Australia.
Highlights of this wildlife vacation include:
Minimum Suggested Trip: 12 days - 5 days Kakadu & Arnhem Land, 3 days Uluru & Red Centre, 4 days Arkaba/Flinders Ranges
Price Guideline: Typically, the budget for small group touring packages across Australia excluding flights is:
5-star: AUD $500 - $1,400+ per person per day (USD $350-$1,000+)
Type: Private Charter
Duration: 5 Days/4 Nights
Logistics: Fly into Darwin (DRW)
Luxury Accommodations Included:
Bamurru Plains & Cicada Lodge
Top End Luxury Lodges
Combining the Mary River Catchment and Nitmiluk National Parks, this tour cover the spectacular landscapes with the premium lodgings in the area; Bamurru Plains and Cicada Lodge. Bamurru Plains is a birdwatchers paradise, with 236 recorded species including Magpie Geese, Plumed Whistling- Duck, Egrets, Ibis and Brolgas, but also teems with an amazing assortment of reptiles, marsupials and buffalo.
Skimming across the floodplains by airboat provides abundant opportunities to spot Saltwater Crocodiles and Agile Wallabies. The Nitmiluk National Park containts 13 immense gorges carved over the millenia by the Katherine River through the ancient stone country of the region with helicopter tours available to obtain a bird’s eye view of the spectacular landscapes and to allow access to remote gorges and waterfalls.
About Lords Kakadu & Arnhemland Safaris: Lords Kakadu and Arnhemland Safaris has been connecting guests to the Top End’s remarkable natural beauty and indigenous culture for over 25 years. Consummate bushman and owner, Sab Lord leads the team of advocates, active in protecting and preserving Kakadu & Arnhem Land, one of the most cherished ecosystems and untouched wilderness areas of Australia. The team’s passion for the region is infectious as is the connection with the land and the indigenous communities that call the area home.
This relationship formed over many decades, allows access to a range of culturally significant sites. Combined with the vast unpopulated pristine landscapes, guests can not helped being moved and reinvigorated by this World Heritage Listed area.
Red-winged Parrots, Double-barred, Star, Crimson and Long-tailed Finches, Red-tailed Cockatoos, Pheasant Coucal, White-bellied and Black-faced Cuckoo Shrikes, Bar-shouldered and Peaceful Doves.
Mass flocks of Magpie Geese nesting, White-bellied Sea Eagles, Brahminy and Whistling Kites, Great Billed Herons, Azure Kingfishers, Plumed Whistling, Wandering Whistling and Spotted Whistling Ducks, Royal Spoonbills and Glossy Ibis.
High concentration of waterbirds, Brolga courtship dance, Great Egrets, Royal Spoonbills, Black-winged Stilts, Black-necked Storks (Jabirus), Comb-crested Jacana, Blue-winged Kookaburras.
Arrival of Black Wallaroo joeys, Antilopine Wallaroos breeding, Dingos, Agile Wallabies, Rock Ringtail Possums and Little Red Flying Foxes babies, Northern Brown Bandicoot, Brush-tailed Phascogale.
Agile Wallabies, Dingos, Wilkins’ Rock-Wallabies, Black Wallaroos, Antilopine Wallaroos, colonies of Ghost Bats, Black and Little Red Flying Foxes and Blossom Bats.
Concentration of Agile Wallabies around creeks and billabongs, Antilopone Wallaroos, Wilkins’ Rock Wallabies, Northern Brown Bandicoots, Brush-tailed Phascogales and Northern Quolls, Black & Little Red Flying Foxes, Ghost Bats and Blossom Bats.