OVERVIEW

World Heritage Kakadu National Park offers hikers stunning vistas, unique landforms, abundant wildlife, birdlife in particular, and outstanding Aboriginal rock art. Cruising the East Alligator River along the Arnhem Land border, waters chock-full of crocodiles is another exciting highlight. This is a unique Kakadu tour where we will get to places that can only be reached on foot.

At Nitmiluk National Park the walking takes you to rugged gorges and remote swimming holes via the rim of Katherine Gorge itself, including one section of the long distance Jatbula Trail.

Then there’s beautiful Mataranka Falls, where two rivers meet in watery unison. At Mataranka thermal pool, you can swim in the warm waters then take a dip in one our favourite pools, Bitter Springs, which we’ll most likely have to ourselves.

Stunning Litchfield National Park is the grand finale, with sections of the long-distance Tabletop Track and a dozen huge waterfalls that plummet down impressive escarpments.

Every last detail is taken care of so you can fully experience all the highlights of Australia’s Top End. Accommodations are comfortable and full of character, complementing the surroundings. Chef prepared breakfasts and dinners make indulgent bookends to most days. On one evening your guides will be out to impress with a BBQ dinner that will be enjoyed under the stars. With two outstanding guides looking after you, it’s easy to pace yourself with a choice of easier or harder walking options along the way.

WALK OVERVIEW

TYPE OF WALK
GROUP GUIDED
TRIP LENGTH
9 DAYS
WALK GRADE
Easy to Moderate

Grade 2 - Easy to Moderate

Some hill sections and occasional steps. Walking experience not required.

PRICE FROM
$ 4090

per person twin/double share

SINGLE OCCUPANCY
$ 785

Accommodations charge the same price per room regardless of whether there are one or two people occupying it. To cover the cost of the accommodation when occupied by one person we need to charge the single occupancy fee.

per person

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ITINERARY

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6
  • Day 7
  • Day 8
  • Day 9

DAY 1
DARWIN TO KAKADU WALKS AT MAMUKALA AND FOGG DAM

Start in Darwin at 7.50am or Darwin Airport at 8.00am. A fabulous introduction to Kakadu’s wetlands begins with our first walk at Fogg Dam experiencing the wonderful diversity of bird life in the Top End. Next, it’s on to Kakadu World Heritage Area, Mamukala, for an afternoon passing spiring termite mounds, swaying palms trees and savannah country. No Kakadu tour is complete without a stop at the much-publicised Ranger Uranium Mine.

Walking: Easy / 7 km / 3 hrs

Meals: Lunch and two course chef prepared dinner at the resort/local restaurant

Accommodation: Anbinik Kakadu Resort with ensuite rooms

DAY 2
UBBIR WALK AND EAST ALLIGATOR RIVER BOAT CRUISE

Our Kakadu tour continues today with a cruise on the East Alligator River, one of the great northern rivers that forms a boundary with Arnhem Land. The tour is 100% Aboriginal owned and operated, you’ll learn about traditional survival skills and see a lot of wildlife including the famed crocodiles. There’s also opportunity to get off the boat and spend some time in Arnhem Land.

We then Ubirr to tackle a short 1km circuit showcasing several fascinating Aboriginal rock art sites. There’s also an optional rock scramble to a lookout for expansive views over the Nadab floodplain.

After lunch we enjoy the Manngaree Rainforest and Bardedjilidji Walk, which begins with a monsoon rainforest circuit and then continues along the banks of the East Alligator River.

Walking: Easy to moderate / 9 km / 4 hrs / easier option available

Meals: Breakfast at the resort restaurant, walkers lunch BBQ dinner under the stars

Accommodation: Anbinik Kakadu Resort with ensuite rooms

DAY 3
NOURLANGIE ROCK AND BAARK WALKS AND ONTO PINE CREEK

Our final Kakadu walk is in the Nourlangie Rock area, beginning with some stunning Aboriginal art sites. We then continue on the challenging Barrk Walk through remote sandstone country. This hike offers spectacular views of the Kakadu escarpment, culminating in a visit to the Nanguluwur Gallery art site, far away from the tourist crowds. Wrapping up the day, we head south to historic Pine Creek to spend the night.

Walking: Moderate / 14 km / 6 hrs / easier option available

Meals: Breakfast at the resort restaurant, walkers lunch, chef prepared a la carte two course dinner at the resort restaurant

Accommodation: Pine Railway Resort Creek with ensuite rooms

DAY 4
EDITH FALLS AND ONTO KATHERINE GORGE

After a one hour drive south, we’ll spend the day in the Edith Falls section of Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge). The more challenging walk option will be on a section of the long distance Jatbula Trail to Sweetwater Pool. This trail follows the route travelled by generations of Jawoyn Aboriginal people to access the escarpment country.

A shorter option to the halfway point of Long Hole Pool will also be offered. There are a couple of excellent swimming options in the pristine river today. At the end of the walk there’s a series of large swimming holes with the impressive Edith Falls plummeting into the refreshing waters. Bring your swimming goggles – there’s a whole bunch of interesting life to explore underwater.

Walking: Moderate / 15 km / 5-6 hrs / shorter 11km option available

Meals: Cooked breakfast in the restaurant, walkers lunch and a la carte two course dinner at a local restaurant

Accommodation: Knotts Crossing Resort, Katherine with ensuite rooms

DAY 5
MATARANKA FALLS WALKS AND SWIM IN HOT SPRINGS

Head south for the day to the Mataranka area for a fabulous walk to Mataranka Falls – one of our all-time favourites. Two large rivers meet here and there are waterfalls and picture-perfect pools to swim in. This fabulous day culminates with the amazing Bitter Springs where you can float downstream in a warm, crystal-clear stream.

Walking: Easy / 10 km / 4- 5 hrs / shorter walk available

Meals: Chef prepared cooked breakfast, walkers lunch and dinner under the stars at a bushtucker camp

Accommodation: Knotts Crossing Resort with ensuite rooms

DAY 6
KATHERINE GORGE WALKS

Spend the day in the Katherine Gorge section of Nitmiluk National Park. Our chosen route parallels the mighty river, dropping down to the banks for a refreshing swim. A more challenging walk option includes the Baruwei Walk, Butterfly Gorge and Southern waterhole (an easier option is available). Depending on your preference, cruise along the river, go kayaking or enjoy a helicopter trip to a remote section of the gorge (at own expense).

Walking: Moderate to challenging / 20 km / 8 hrs / shorter option available

Meals: Chef prepared cooked breakfast, walkers lunch a two course dinner at a local restaurant

Accommodation: Knotts Crossing Resort, Katherine with ensuite rooms

DAY 7
LITCHFIELD WANGI AND TJAETABA FALLS

Head northwards to Litchfield National Park to see massive termite mounds and embark on two walks this afternoon. The first is to a viewing point over Tjaetaba Falls. The second is to one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the park, Wangi Falls. There will be time for a swim in the delightful waterhole at the falls. The water in the pools at Litchfield has an incredible clarity that makes swimming here a real highlight.

Walking: Moderate / 7 km / 4 hrs

Meals: Chef prepared cooked breakfast, lunch and chef prepared three course dinner at restaurant

Accommodation: Butterfly Farm or Rum Rungle Bungalows with ensuite rooms

DAY 8
LITCHFIELD TABLE TOP TRACK WALK AND FLORENCE FALLS WALK

A choice of walks today. The harder, longer option is a section of the long distance Tabletop Track from Walker Creek to Florence Falls. This is remote, challenging walking and a dip in the pool below Florence Falls will be a welcome end to the hike. The easier option will include a visit to historic Bamboo Creek Tin Mine (1.5km, easy), and a swamp area that has many water birds. Then there’s a walk from Florence Falls to Buley Rockhole with plenty of time for swimming en route.

Walking: Easy / 11 km / 5 hrs / shorter 7 km walk available

Meals: Chef prepared cooked breakfast, walkers lunch and chef prepared three course dinner at restaurant

Accommodation: Butterfly Farm or Rum Rungle Bungalows with ensuite rooms

DAY 9
BERRY SPRINGS AND BACK TO DARWIN

For our final day, we’ll leave Litchfield and head for Berry Springs, en route to Darwin. This is a crystal clear natural spring with a waterfall and excellent swimming in the warm spring water. There’s a short forest walk here too. We’ll travel back to Darwin, arriving at about 1.30pm.

Walking: Easy / 3 km / 1.5 hrs

Meals: Chef prepared cooked breakfast

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Pack-free walking

  • 25+ years experience

  • Customised

  • Eco Travel

  • Genuine all inclusive pack free walking holiday
  • All transport from Darwin including luggage transport
  • A comprehensive walking tour of Katherine, Mataranka,  Litchfield and Kakadu
  • 2 engaging, knowledgeable and experienced guides
  • 8 nights’ comfortable accommodation
  • Daily meals including walkers lunches and chef-prepared 2-3 course dinners
  • National Park admission
  • Auswalk guide pack including notes, maps, lunch bag and container

ACCOMMODATION & DINING

OVERVIEW

This is the remote Top End, thus the accommodations reflect the area’s character and are in memorable locations. More importantly, they’re comfortable and provide a great place to relax after a day on the track. All the rooms have ensuites.

The dinners are two to three course a la carte meals prepared by chefs at restaurants, as well as our excellent guide prepared dinner under the stars, and the unique stockmans camp tucker dinner. The food is contemporary but there is an opportunity to eat bush tucker, barramundi and other Top End specialties. Most days you will wake to a cooked breakfast to ready yourself for the upcoming days walk. Lunch will be enjoyed at incredible locations along the track. The walkers lunches are comprehensive ensuring that your appetite is always satisfied.

GENERAL INFO

The track is generally well graded and relatively easy to navigate. Full day walks average about 14 to 15 km. The walking on the Kakadu tour section is moderate with one optional more challenging walk. At Katherine Gorge the walking becomes a little more challenging with many of the tracks being rough and rocky. At Litchfield and Mataranka the walking is easy to moderate, with a few optional challenging sections. All the hardest sections of the walking is scheduled for the mornings.

There are some great opportunities for fit walkers to challenge themselves. However, for the most part the walking reflects the regions laid back attitude, as walkers can enjoy themselves at exploring places only accessed on foot. This trip operates with two professional guides ensuring that you have both a safe and enjoyable walking holiday. Knowledgeable of the Top End, including wildlife and the region, they can offer easier and harder walk options along the way. Please contact the office if you need further advice, or would like to speak with one of our guides.

Alcohol or drinks with meals are not included (except tea/coffee and juice with breakfast).

Pre and post tour accommodation: There are many good hotels in Darwin, however we pick up and drop off from one central hotel, the Mantra on the Esplanade, 88 The Esplanade, Darwin. The tour starts at 7.30am at  the Mantra or 7.50am at the airport. We arrive back in Darwin on the last day at about 1.30pm.

For what to bring please refer to Gear Advice on our FAQ section.

WEATHER

We only offer this holiday during the winter months, when daily temperatures are the lowest for this region. It can still be quite warm to hot on occasions but, as mentioned above, there is usually a refreshing waterhole close at hand for a swim.

See the Bureau of Meteorology for information about temperatures and rainfall ahead of time to ensure proper clothing.

INSURANCE

We strongly recommend the purchase of travel insurance for all of our trips. However, we require that for all travel overseas that you purchase a travel insurance policy, as we charge a cancellation fee if you cancel your walking holiday after we have confirmed it. It is also important in the event of an accident or loss of property.  See FAQ’s for more information.

INFORMATION PACK

For nearly 30 years we have taken pride in providing seamlessly organised walking holidays, but we know, even with that in mind, that you’ll have many more questions. You will receive a very detailed information pack and itinerary approximately 6 weeks out from departure outlining all the fine detail and much more.

CONTACT

If you have any questions about the walking Australia’s Timeless North walking trip, feel free to ask one of our destination consultants or to speak with one of our guides. You can get in touch with us via our contact form, email us at info@auswalk.com.au, or call us on +61 3 9597 9767.

MAP

DEPARTURE DATES

  • DATES
    AVAILABILITY
    PRICE
    Single Occupancy
    DETAILS
  • 24 Jun 2020
    AVAILABLE
    from

    $4090

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $785
  • 4 Jul 2020
    AVAILABLE
    from

    $4090

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $785
  • 7 Jun 2021
    AVAILABLE
    from

    $4195

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $825
  • 17 Jun 2021
    AVAILABLE
    from

    $4195

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $825

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Customer Reviews

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  1. tristank17

    26 June, 2016 at 4:20 AM
    5

    This was my first walking holiday and I will be doing more with Auswalk in the future.
    Honestly I would have to say that you could spend double or triple the amount of money and not get a better holiday/adventure.
    The Guides are what made the trip, sure you could do a self guided trip, but without their kindness, expertise, resilience and experience it would not have been the same.
    For anyone wanting to explore the Ancient culture that is the Top End NT Australia, you cannot go past Auswalk.
    PS The Food was amazing! As the only Vegan in the group I was treated lik an absolute King, Id go back just for the fruit alone, which was provided each day by our loving guides at the end of each beautiful walk.
    Cheers.

Overview

OVERVIEW

World Heritage Kakadu National Park offers hikers stunning vistas, unique landforms, abundant wildlife, birdlife in particular, and outstanding Aboriginal rock art. Cruising the East Alligator River along the Arnhem Land border, waters chock-full of crocodiles is another exciting highlight. This is a unique Kakadu tour where we will get to places that can only be reached on foot.

At Nitmiluk National Park the walking takes you to rugged gorges and remote swimming holes via the rim of Katherine Gorge itself, including one section of the long distance Jatbula Trail.

Then there’s beautiful Mataranka Falls, where two rivers meet in watery unison. At Mataranka thermal pool, you can swim in the warm waters then take a dip in one our favourite pools, Bitter Springs, which we’ll most likely have to ourselves.

Stunning Litchfield National Park is the grand finale, with sections of the long-distance Tabletop Track and a dozen huge waterfalls that plummet down impressive escarpments.

Every last detail is taken care of so you can fully experience all the highlights of Australia’s Top End. Accommodations are comfortable and full of character, complementing the surroundings. Chef prepared breakfasts and dinners make indulgent bookends to most days. On one evening your guides will be out to impress with a BBQ dinner that will be enjoyed under the stars. With two outstanding guides looking after you, it’s easy to pace yourself with a choice of easier or harder walking options along the way.

WALK OVERVIEW

TYPE OF WALK
GROUP GUIDED
TRIP LENGTH
9 DAYS
WALK GRADE
Easy to Moderate

Grade 2 - Easy to Moderate

Some hill sections and occasional steps. Walking experience not required.

PRICE FROM
$ 4090

per person twin/double share

SINGLE OCCUPANCY
$ 785

Accommodations charge the same price per room regardless of whether there are one or two people occupying it. To cover the cost of the accommodation when occupied by one person we need to charge the single occupancy fee.

per person

Book now
Itinerary

ITINERARY

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6
  • Day 7
  • Day 8
  • Day 9

DAY 1
DARWIN TO KAKADU WALKS AT MAMUKALA AND FOGG DAM

Start in Darwin at 7.50am or Darwin Airport at 8.00am. A fabulous introduction to Kakadu’s wetlands begins with our first walk at Fogg Dam experiencing the wonderful diversity of bird life in the Top End. Next, it’s on to Kakadu World Heritage Area, Mamukala, for an afternoon passing spiring termite mounds, swaying palms trees and savannah country. No Kakadu tour is complete without a stop at the much-publicised Ranger Uranium Mine.

Walking: Easy / 7 km / 3 hrs

Meals: Lunch and two course chef prepared dinner at the resort/local restaurant

Accommodation: Anbinik Kakadu Resort with ensuite rooms

DAY 2
UBBIR WALK AND EAST ALLIGATOR RIVER BOAT CRUISE

Our Kakadu tour continues today with a cruise on the East Alligator River, one of the great northern rivers that forms a boundary with Arnhem Land. The tour is 100% Aboriginal owned and operated, you’ll learn about traditional survival skills and see a lot of wildlife including the famed crocodiles. There’s also opportunity to get off the boat and spend some time in Arnhem Land.

We then Ubirr to tackle a short 1km circuit showcasing several fascinating Aboriginal rock art sites. There’s also an optional rock scramble to a lookout for expansive views over the Nadab floodplain.

After lunch we enjoy the Manngaree Rainforest and Bardedjilidji Walk, which begins with a monsoon rainforest circuit and then continues along the banks of the East Alligator River.

Walking: Easy to moderate / 9 km / 4 hrs / easier option available

Meals: Breakfast at the resort restaurant, walkers lunch BBQ dinner under the stars

Accommodation: Anbinik Kakadu Resort with ensuite rooms

DAY 3
NOURLANGIE ROCK AND BAARK WALKS AND ONTO PINE CREEK

Our final Kakadu walk is in the Nourlangie Rock area, beginning with some stunning Aboriginal art sites. We then continue on the challenging Barrk Walk through remote sandstone country. This hike offers spectacular views of the Kakadu escarpment, culminating in a visit to the Nanguluwur Gallery art site, far away from the tourist crowds. Wrapping up the day, we head south to historic Pine Creek to spend the night.

Walking: Moderate / 14 km / 6 hrs / easier option available

Meals: Breakfast at the resort restaurant, walkers lunch, chef prepared a la carte two course dinner at the resort restaurant

Accommodation: Pine Railway Resort Creek with ensuite rooms

DAY 4
EDITH FALLS AND ONTO KATHERINE GORGE

After a one hour drive south, we’ll spend the day in the Edith Falls section of Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge). The more challenging walk option will be on a section of the long distance Jatbula Trail to Sweetwater Pool. This trail follows the route travelled by generations of Jawoyn Aboriginal people to access the escarpment country.

A shorter option to the halfway point of Long Hole Pool will also be offered. There are a couple of excellent swimming options in the pristine river today. At the end of the walk there’s a series of large swimming holes with the impressive Edith Falls plummeting into the refreshing waters. Bring your swimming goggles – there’s a whole bunch of interesting life to explore underwater.

Walking: Moderate / 15 km / 5-6 hrs / shorter 11km option available

Meals: Cooked breakfast in the restaurant, walkers lunch and a la carte two course dinner at a local restaurant

Accommodation: Knotts Crossing Resort, Katherine with ensuite rooms

DAY 5
MATARANKA FALLS WALKS AND SWIM IN HOT SPRINGS

Head south for the day to the Mataranka area for a fabulous walk to Mataranka Falls – one of our all-time favourites. Two large rivers meet here and there are waterfalls and picture-perfect pools to swim in. This fabulous day culminates with the amazing Bitter Springs where you can float downstream in a warm, crystal-clear stream.

Walking: Easy / 10 km / 4- 5 hrs / shorter walk available

Meals: Chef prepared cooked breakfast, walkers lunch and dinner under the stars at a bushtucker camp

Accommodation: Knotts Crossing Resort with ensuite rooms

DAY 6
KATHERINE GORGE WALKS

Spend the day in the Katherine Gorge section of Nitmiluk National Park. Our chosen route parallels the mighty river, dropping down to the banks for a refreshing swim. A more challenging walk option includes the Baruwei Walk, Butterfly Gorge and Southern waterhole (an easier option is available). Depending on your preference, cruise along the river, go kayaking or enjoy a helicopter trip to a remote section of the gorge (at own expense).

Walking: Moderate to challenging / 20 km / 8 hrs / shorter option available

Meals: Chef prepared cooked breakfast, walkers lunch a two course dinner at a local restaurant

Accommodation: Knotts Crossing Resort, Katherine with ensuite rooms

DAY 7
LITCHFIELD WANGI AND TJAETABA FALLS

Head northwards to Litchfield National Park to see massive termite mounds and embark on two walks this afternoon. The first is to a viewing point over Tjaetaba Falls. The second is to one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the park, Wangi Falls. There will be time for a swim in the delightful waterhole at the falls. The water in the pools at Litchfield has an incredible clarity that makes swimming here a real highlight.

Walking: Moderate / 7 km / 4 hrs

Meals: Chef prepared cooked breakfast, lunch and chef prepared three course dinner at restaurant

Accommodation: Butterfly Farm or Rum Rungle Bungalows with ensuite rooms

DAY 8
LITCHFIELD TABLE TOP TRACK WALK AND FLORENCE FALLS WALK

A choice of walks today. The harder, longer option is a section of the long distance Tabletop Track from Walker Creek to Florence Falls. This is remote, challenging walking and a dip in the pool below Florence Falls will be a welcome end to the hike. The easier option will include a visit to historic Bamboo Creek Tin Mine (1.5km, easy), and a swamp area that has many water birds. Then there’s a walk from Florence Falls to Buley Rockhole with plenty of time for swimming en route.

Walking: Easy / 11 km / 5 hrs / shorter 7 km walk available

Meals: Chef prepared cooked breakfast, walkers lunch and chef prepared three course dinner at restaurant

Accommodation: Butterfly Farm or Rum Rungle Bungalows with ensuite rooms

DAY 9
BERRY SPRINGS AND BACK TO DARWIN

For our final day, we’ll leave Litchfield and head for Berry Springs, en route to Darwin. This is a crystal clear natural spring with a waterfall and excellent swimming in the warm spring water. There’s a short forest walk here too. We’ll travel back to Darwin, arriving at about 1.30pm.

Walking: Easy / 3 km / 1.5 hrs

Meals: Chef prepared cooked breakfast

What’s Included

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Pack-free walking

  • 25+ years experience

  • Customised

  • Eco Travel

  • Genuine all inclusive pack free walking holiday
  • All transport from Darwin including luggage transport
  • A comprehensive walking tour of Katherine, Mataranka,  Litchfield and Kakadu
  • 2 engaging, knowledgeable and experienced guides
  • 8 nights’ comfortable accommodation
  • Daily meals including walkers lunches and chef-prepared 2-3 course dinners
  • National Park admission
  • Auswalk guide pack including notes, maps, lunch bag and container
Accommodation & Dining

ACCOMMODATION & DINING

OVERVIEW

This is the remote Top End, thus the accommodations reflect the area’s character and are in memorable locations. More importantly, they’re comfortable and provide a great place to relax after a day on the track. All the rooms have ensuites.

The dinners are two to three course a la carte meals prepared by chefs at restaurants, as well as our excellent guide prepared dinner under the stars, and the unique stockmans camp tucker dinner. The food is contemporary but there is an opportunity to eat bush tucker, barramundi and other Top End specialties. Most days you will wake to a cooked breakfast to ready yourself for the upcoming days walk. Lunch will be enjoyed at incredible locations along the track. The walkers lunches are comprehensive ensuring that your appetite is always satisfied.

General Info

GENERAL INFO

The track is generally well graded and relatively easy to navigate. Full day walks average about 14 to 15 km. The walking on the Kakadu tour section is moderate with one optional more challenging walk. At Katherine Gorge the walking becomes a little more challenging with many of the tracks being rough and rocky. At Litchfield and Mataranka the walking is easy to moderate, with a few optional challenging sections. All the hardest sections of the walking is scheduled for the mornings.

There are some great opportunities for fit walkers to challenge themselves. However, for the most part the walking reflects the regions laid back attitude, as walkers can enjoy themselves at exploring places only accessed on foot. This trip operates with two professional guides ensuring that you have both a safe and enjoyable walking holiday. Knowledgeable of the Top End, including wildlife and the region, they can offer easier and harder walk options along the way. Please contact the office if you need further advice, or would like to speak with one of our guides.

Alcohol or drinks with meals are not included (except tea/coffee and juice with breakfast).

Pre and post tour accommodation: There are many good hotels in Darwin, however we pick up and drop off from one central hotel, the Mantra on the Esplanade, 88 The Esplanade, Darwin. The tour starts at 7.30am at  the Mantra or 7.50am at the airport. We arrive back in Darwin on the last day at about 1.30pm.

For what to bring please refer to Gear Advice on our FAQ section.

WEATHER

We only offer this holiday during the winter months, when daily temperatures are the lowest for this region. It can still be quite warm to hot on occasions but, as mentioned above, there is usually a refreshing waterhole close at hand for a swim.

See the Bureau of Meteorology for information about temperatures and rainfall ahead of time to ensure proper clothing.

INSURANCE

We strongly recommend the purchase of travel insurance for all of our trips. However, we require that for all travel overseas that you purchase a travel insurance policy, as we charge a cancellation fee if you cancel your walking holiday after we have confirmed it. It is also important in the event of an accident or loss of property.  See FAQ’s for more information.

INFORMATION PACK

For nearly 30 years we have taken pride in providing seamlessly organised walking holidays, but we know, even with that in mind, that you’ll have many more questions. You will receive a very detailed information pack and itinerary approximately 6 weeks out from departure outlining all the fine detail and much more.

CONTACT

If you have any questions about the walking Australia’s Timeless North walking trip, feel free to ask one of our destination consultants or to speak with one of our guides. You can get in touch with us via our contact form, email us at info@auswalk.com.au, or call us on +61 3 9597 9767.

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    PRICE
    Single Occupancy
    DETAILS
  • 24 Jun 2020
    AVAILABLE
    Details
    from

    $4090

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $785
  • 4 Jul 2020
    AVAILABLE
    Details
    from

    $4090

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $785
  • 7 Jun 2021
    AVAILABLE
    Details
    from

    $4195

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $825
  • 17 Jun 2021
    AVAILABLE
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    $4195

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $825
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  1. tristank17

    26 June, 2016 at 4:20 AM
    5

    This was my first walking holiday and I will be doing more with Auswalk in the future.
    Honestly I would have to say that you could spend double or triple the amount of money and not get a better holiday/adventure.
    The Guides are what made the trip, sure you could do a self guided trip, but without their kindness, expertise, resilience and experience it would not have been the same.
    For anyone wanting to explore the Ancient culture that is the Top End NT Australia, you cannot go past Auswalk.
    PS The Food was amazing! As the only Vegan in the group I was treated lik an absolute King, Id go back just for the fruit alone, which was provided each day by our loving guides at the end of each beautiful walk.
    Cheers.

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