Tour the Northern Territory

Travel the Northern Territory in Comfort

Abundant in Australian culture, the Northern Territory is thriving with outdoor adventures, breathtaking national parks, and some of the finest Indigenous art in Australia. Our friendly, knowledgeable team of coach captains and bus aides provide an exceptional experience whilst you’re on your journey throughout the NT.

Proudly part of the Australian Transit Group (ATG), ATG Downunder can provide more resources and vehicles when required, to guarantee your experience with us is incredible.

Our Tours

At ATG Downunder we have developed a variety of tours throughout Western Australia. You’re spoilt for choice when planning your journey to travel the outback onboard our coaches. If you’re unsure which tour to choose, reach out to our friendly team to discuss locations and attractions you’d like to see, and which ATG Downunder tour will be perfect for you.

Why Choose Us:


Litchfield National Park

Litchfield National Park is located 100 kilometres south of Darwin and attracts over 260,000 visitors per year. The unique landscapes and luscious rainforest are home to a variety of Australian wildlife, including kangaroos, possums, and the occasional saltwater crocodile during the tourism off-season.

At ATG Downunder, our local coach captains transport passengers with education of the area and commentary along the journey. Our friendly in-office team can help with booking your tour to Litchfield National Park.


Katherine is located 320 kilometres south of Darwin and is situated on the Katherine River side. The scenic region contains several national parks just a short journey from the town centre, including Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Park, Elsey National Park, the Pine Creek River Region, and the Mataranka Thermal Pools.

The town centre is also well-equip with all the amenities you need to relax, dine, and experience adventure within the Northern Territory.

Kakadu National Park

Kakadu National Park is world heritage listed site, and one of Australia’s largest national parks covering 2,000² kilometres of land. Kakadu provides an array of unforgettable experiences, including scenic flights, guided park tours, and renowned river cruises, which bring you up-close and personal with Australian crocodiles!

With ATG Downunder, you can visit Kakadu on a full-day tour from Darwin, experience an overnight stay, or relax on a 2-night package that includes a visit to Katherine.