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What New in Australia’s Northern Territories

Litchfield Hideaway launches 3rd cabin

Photo: Tourism NT/Hideaway Litchfield

Nestled in the native bushland of Litchfield National Park, Hideaway offers three luxury cabins, made sustainably from shipping containers with the third boutique cabin having just been added. Taking after it’s sibling Cabin Two, the new cabin is a two-storey masterpiece where guests can enjoy floor-to-ceiling views of beautiful bushland in ultimate comfort. The cabin is the perfect off-grid accommodation when exploring the park’s stunning waterfalls and waterholes.

Willing Distillery

Photo: Tourism NT

Willing Distillery is a new artisan distillery, cellar door and cocktail bar located in Darwin’s industrial district. The latest distillery to open and one of the few in the Top End, Willing Distillery

specialises in traditionally distilled craft spirits and uniquely Australian flavours, like desert lime.

Willing Distillery prides itself as the first to use a traditional pot still, single shot distillation process for their gin – an ode to its passion for the craft. Visit the website for more information and to check out their range.

Kakadu Cultural Experience

Photo: Tourism NT/Helen Orr

Scenic Flight operator Kakadu Air has launched a new day tour, the Kakadu Culture Experience. In partnership with local Indigenous tourism operators, the new tour delves into the ancient stories and culturally significant sites across the National Park. With nearly two hours of spectacular scenic flying above the Kakadu escarpment, the tour also includes a 90-minute cruise along the East Alligator River with Guluyambi Tours, a visit to Ubirr to view the famous Aboriginal rock art galleries and on to Jabiru where guests enjoy a custom-made packed lunch featuring native ingredients. On this day tour, departing and ending in Darwin, visitors will take a glimpse into the timeless culture of the Bininj / Mungguy people and immerse themselves in the relic paintings documenting ancient human interaction with the environment.. Head to the website to book the experience now.