Top Ten Must-Dos for the Northern Territory with Apollo Motorhome Holidays

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Apollo Motorhome Holiday are celebrating their 30th anniversary in 2015 with great deals including this one to help you tick the NT off your bucket list. Get free outdoor equipment and 10% off all motorhome, campervan and 4WD camper hire to or from Apollo’s Alice Springs or Darwin branches. Couples can travel for as little as $110 per day in a two-berth campervan, while families can enjoy the space and convenience of Apollo’s six-berth Euro Deluxe motorhome, which includes on board kitchen, shower, toilet, air conditioning and TV/DVD player.

Journey through the Northern Territory for unlimited opportunities for adventure and unique experiences.  You’ll swim in nature’s infinity pool in Kakadu, cruise billabongs to view iconic crocodile, ride camels to dinner at Uluru and watch the sunrise over red desert landscapes from a balloon over Alice Springs.

Experience the Territory at the pace that best suits you – follow the sealed main highways to find the world-famous attractions, or head-off road for amazing four-wheel driving adventures through spectacular landscapes.  Whether you follow one of the themed drive itineraries or create your own adventure, you’ll find excitement at every turn.

The deal applies for all new bookings received until 10 June 2015, for pick up and drop off between 13 April – 15 June 2015. For full terms and conditions visit  or call 1800 777 779 and quote the promotional code APAUNT14.

Top Ten MUST Dos in the NT

1 Hit the road for your self-drive adventure along the Red Centre Way from Alice Springs to Uluru and Kings Canyon, spending the nights under the canopy of a million stars.

2 Do one of Australia’s greatest icons and visit the Karlu Karlu/Devils Marbles – colossal boulders that hold enticing secrets of Dreamtime creation stories.

3 View Kakadu National Park from nature’s infinity pool at Gunlom.

4 Explore the spectacular gorges of Nitmiluk National Park, near Katherine, by paddling a canoe, on a guided cultural cruise or high-powered speedboat.

5 Plunge into crystal-clear waterholes or be refreshed under thundering waterfalls in Litchfield National Park, just a short 90-minute drive from Darwin.

6 Discover a true outback pub, filled with fun, quirky experiences, when you stop for a cold drink at Daly Waters Historic Pub on the Explorers’ Way.

7 Jump on the back of a camel for a trek through the desert landscape, or take a guided walking tour with the traditional owners, to create your own Uluru experience.

8 Explore the adventure playground of the West MacDonnell Ranges near Alice Springs with its famous hiking trails, swimming holes and four-wheel drive tracks.

9 Take on the four-wheel drive challenge of the Arnhem Way, and head to East Arnhem Land, where you’ll find world-class sports fishing action and rich Indigenous cultural experiences.

10 Stay an extra day in Darwin and do the Mindil Beach Markets to enjoy the famous Top End sunsets and tropical outdoor lifestyle while you choose from over 1200 exotic dishes.

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