Explore the major finish thanks to Jetstar’s ‘The Territory Sale’

Jetstar has launched an epic flash sale, featuring immediate flights to the leading finish for as very little as $89, offering the excellent possibility to encounter summertime in the Northern Territory and the legendary Purple Centre in the spiritual heart of Australia.

Jetstar’s ‘The Territory sale’ sees discounted direct flights staying presented to Darwin and Uluru, from Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Cairns – all for much less than $160. 

Headline promotions incorporate Sydney and Melbourne to Uluru from $89, Brisbane to Uluru from $99, Brisbane to Darwin from $106, Adelaide to Darwin from $129 and Cairns to Darwin from $151.

The discounts use to select fares and travel durations, ranging mostly involving Oct 2023 to March 2024 – coinciding with the Territory’s summer season year which gives much less crowds, lessen rates and one of a kind seasonal landscapes. 

During summer months, travellers can hope multi-sensory encounters in the NT – from lush national parks teeming with indigenous wildlife, cascading waterfalls and ochre deserts – to kaleidoscopic sunsets, stunning afternoon storms, awe-inspiring normal miracles and loaded Aboriginal society immersions.

Travellers to Uluru can also embark on the new Pink Centre Light Path, an epic six-working day street trip experience from Uluru to Alice Springs, via Kings Canyon.

The Path showcases the Crimson Centre’s most recent and most iconic out of doors light and seem spectacles. These include the just lately launched Wintjiri Wirat Voyages Ayers Rock Resort, a slicing-edge seem, drone and light display combining ancient Anangu storytelling, as perfectly as Bruce Munro’s acclaimed Subject of Light-weight at Uluru, and new Light-Towers practical experience at Discovery Resorts – King Canyon.

Other have to-do Purple Centre ordeals include things like the highly acclaimed indigenous-inspired Seems of Silence and Tali Wiru dinners beneath the stars, outback stargazing at Earth Sanctuary observatory, and waterhole hopping alongside the breathtaking West MacDonnell Ranges.

Whilst in the Top Close, travellers can assume entrance-row harbour seats to stunning sunsets and lightning reveals, as effectively as a myriad of relatives-pleasant points of interest and unique foodie activities like the once-a-year Darwin Intercontinental Laksa Competition.

Further than Darwin, people can retain the services of a 4WD and explore the lush landscapes of Litchfield, Kakadu and Nitmiluk National Parks, book a scenic flight to see the Major End’s present-stopping waterfalls at their tropical summer best, or board a Yellow Water Cruise to see the environment-famous wetlands brimming with native wildlife.