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AAT Kings & Inspiring Journeys teams up with Tourism NT to champion top end travel

AAT Kings and Inspiring Journeys have partnered with Tourism NT to entice travellers to discover the Northern Territory.

From Uluru to Alice Springs or Tiwi, the Island of Smiles, the NT is a veritable smorgasbord of great travel experiences.

Give our clients a taste of vibrant local flavours at the Mindil Beach Sunset Market, the calm of cruising down Katherine Gorge or the chance to spot saltwater crocodiles on the Yellow Water Billabong.

Travellers can also connect with Aboriginal culture, speaking with Anangu artists at Maruku, and stepping back in time at Ubirr’s ancient rock art.

AAT Kings and Inspiring Journeys are now offering travellers a saving of up to $600 per couple ($300 per person) on selected Northern Territory tours and travel dates between 14 February 2022, and 31 March 2023 if booked before 31 May 2022

Tours include the Outback Safari and Outback Explorer guided holidays from AAT Kings, short break trips like the Red Centre Adventure and Uluru & Kings Canyon Discovery, as well as Inspiring Journeys tours including Kakadu’s Ancient Secrets.

Recently appointed AAT Kings CEO, Ben Hall, said he was excited to be partnering with Tourism NT and showcasing the region through AAT Kings and Inspiring Journeys experiences.

A visitor exploring Kings Canyon along the rim walk (Tourism NT/Matt Glastonbury)

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Tourism NT for this new campaign, with the aim of shining a light on the unique and exciting attractions of the Northern Territory, including the state’s array of Aboriginal tourism experiences,” Hall said.

Tourism NT CEO Shaun Drabsch said consumer confidence for leisure travel was improving making this campaign a perfectly timed package.

“We are pleased to be partnering with AAT Kings and Inspiring Journeys on travel deals to the Territory. With breathtaking landscapes, abundant wildlife and inspiring tourism experiences, it’s a wonderful place to reconnect with nature,” Drabsch added.


Featured image credit: Tourism Australia & James Fisher



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