Self-drive visitors are this month being encouraged to "stay a little longer" in Katherine and Tennant Creek.
The new media campaign focuses on the Nature's Way drive
, promoting Katherine and Tennant Creek as must-do stops along the way.
The Nature’s Way drive from Katherine to Darwin via Kakadu National Park showcases the very best of the Territory's natural landscapes encompassing wetlands and gorges, waterfalls and waterholes.
As part of the campaign, new brochures have been produced for Katherine and Tennant Creek that highlight a range of tours, attractions and experiences within each region designed to inspire visitors to stay longer, explore, play and discover.
The new Katherine brochure includes easy-to-read maps showing the location of activities, a list of upcoming events and festivals nearby as well as a three day itinerary with a list of everything to see and do in and around the town.
The Tennant Creek brochure promotes the region as a "stopover full of surprises" and showcases where to stay, where to eat and the top experiences nearby for visitors to "tick-off their list" before moving on to Katherine and the Nature's Way drive.
The new drive campaign kicked off this week and will run across print, digital and social media platforms.
To find out more, visit Tourism Top End
or Tourism Central Australia
or download the new brochures below.
Download Katherine Regional Brochure here.
Download Tennant Creek Regional Brochure here.