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darwin–alice springs–adelaide

 

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Safari thrills and fishy feasts in Darwin, natural highs in Alice Springs and city perks in Adelaide...
Day 1–4
Fly from London to Darwin with Singapore Airlines, in Economy. Go on safari with Lords Kakadu & Arnhemland Safaris.
Day 5–7
Fly to Bamurru Plains; go wildlife-spotting. Fly back to Darwin.
Day 8–9
Fly to Alice Springs and explore the Red Centre.
Day 10–12
Fly back to Darwin and on to Adelaide. Visit the Adelaide Hills and the Fleurieu Peninsula.
Day 13
Drive back to Adelaide; fly back to London with Singapore Airlines, in Economy.
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Day 1: Fly into Darwin and relax.

Day 2–4: Kick off the adventure with Lords Kakadu & Arnhemland Safaris. This award-winning tour operator specialises in unique experiences for small groups, with trips to Kakadu, Arnhem Land, Koolpin Gorge, Bamurru Plains and Davidsons' Arnhemland Safari Camp. 

Day 5–6: Bed down at Bamurru Plains (a 30-minute flight from Darwin), where you can spy on crocodiles, jewel-bright birds and other discerning travellers from the comfort of your boutique bungalow.

Day 7: Fly back to Darwin and have a seafood feast at Rachael’s Seafood Shack, by the harbour. (If you wanted fish any fresher, you’d have to catch it yourself.) 

Day 8-9: Hop on a flight to Alice Springs (a two-hour flight from Darwin) for the jaw-drop rugged beauty of the Red Centre. See Uluru-Kata Tjuta on a camel or a Harley Davidson and explore Kings Canyon, Simpson Desert or Devils Marbles. 

Day 10: When you feel like you’ve got a real taste of the Red Centre, catch a flight to Adelaide (flight time from Darwin: three hours, 35 minutes) and soak up the city’s love of food and drink. Embark on a laneway bar crawl (make sure you include the drinking dens on Peel Street) and have dinner at Africola, Duncan Welgemoed’s colourful, casual and award-winning tribute to his native South Africa. If you’ve got room for pudding, visit one of Adelaide’s fashionable dessert bars, which pair cakes and cocktails.

Day 11: Adelaide is perfectly positioned for day trips: sip fine wine and craft beer in the Barossa Valley (an hour from the city centre)

Day 12: Hit the coast: the Fleurieu Peninsula is just an hour and 20 minutes away by car.

Day 13: Drive back to Adelaide, then catch your flight back to London.

WHERE TO STAY
CALL MR & MRS SMITH NOW TO BOOK YOUR AUSTRALIAN ADVENTURE: 0330 100 3180
Bamurru Plains
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