Jetstar and Tourism Australia Promote Darwin

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 9 February 2010

Tourism NT (Northern Territory) together with Tourism Australia and Jetstar International have embarked on a new campaign encouraging what they call the spirited traveller or experience seeker to visit Australia through Darwin in the Northern Territory. The new convenieNT package shows how easy it is to fly to the Northern Territory in under 4.5 hours.

Taken from research undertaken by Tourism Australia, the spirited traveller or experience seeker has the resources and desire to travel long haul and considers it to be important and a means of self-development. He or she is motivated by natural and cultural experiences.

Starting from Sin$148 for the Singapore to Darwin fare (one way), Jetstar International also offers connecting fares from Malaysia, Hong Kong, Haikou and Bangkok, at separate bookable fares. The airline operates non-stop flights to Darwin twice daily from Singapore.

A 4.5 hour direct flight from Singapore, Darwin offers an excellent gateway to the compelling attractions in the Northern Territory from rugged landscapes, breathtaking gorges, aboriginal art, amazing wildlife to historic landmarks and lifestyle attractions in the city.

Not only is Darwin a gateway for visitors from Asia, it is also the gateway to the Red Centre, the heart of the Northern Territory. The Red Centre, comprising Alice Springs, Uluru / Ayers Rock and Kings Canyon, is amongst the land packages offered. Whether it is reconnecting with oneself, family or loved ones, discovering ancient lands, or simply experiencing the iconic natural landscape, the Red Centre is destined to enrich the spirit.

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