Ambassador portal, Northern Territory, Australia

Getting to the NT

Getting to the NT is easier than you might think. The NT is on the doorstep of Asia and within easy reach of all Australian capital cities. Whether by plane, train or car, travelling to the NT offers the scenic route every time.

Travelling within Australia

Alice Springs is only a three hour flight from most Australian capital cities, and Darwin is accessed by several airlines, both domestically and internationally. Qantas operates regular services into Alice Springs, Uluru and Darwin from all major cities and offers great group booking benefits. Sister airline Jetstar offers low-cost direct flights to Darwin from all major capital cities.

Virgin Australia flies direct to Darwin from Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth, also offering direct flights from Sydney to Uluru, and offers unique group booking solutions. 

Coming from abroad

Darwin International Airport has direct non-stop flights from major hubs in Asia. Over 20 direct flights including six international airlines fly to and from the airport every week. 

Jetstar Asia offers flights from Bali, Singapore, Philippines and Japan into Darwin. SilkAir offers flights from Singapore respectively into Darwin. Donghai Airlines will commence direct non-stop flights between Shenzhen in China and Darwin at the end of May 2018. All operators can work in collaboration with you or your agent to ensure your guests travel at their preferred time, and in comfort to ready them for a successful event when they land in the NT.

Take the scenic route

The Ghan, a spectacular incentive option, runs nearly 3,000 kilometres between Adelaide and Darwin. This epic railway journey stops at Alice Springs and Katherine, and offers Platinum Service as well as private carriages for meeting space as you travel.