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The NT Lifts Restrictions On NSW & Let's Face It, We All Need A Holiday

Here's some good news for your Friday morning, Qantas & Jetstar are upping their SYD-DRW flights as all NSW residents can now book a cheeky Northern Territory vacay without having to quarantine.

Here’s some good news for your Friday morning, Qantas & Jetstar are upping their SYD-DRW flights as all NSW residents can now book a cheeky Northern Territory vacay without having to quarantine.

From today, Qantas and Jetstar are increasing flights between Sydney and Darwin, as travel restrictions for NSW residents visiting the Northern Territory are lifted.

As of 00:01 this morning – Friday 9 October 2020 – NSW is no longer a COVID-19 hotspot and adventure seekers from Greater Sydney can travel to the Northern Tetirroty without having to undertake mandatory supervised quarantine.

YAY to that!

*Packs bags ready to head North*

Let’s fly away

Qantas will resume daily flights between Sydney and Darwin from 9 October and Jetstar will operate up to four flights per week on the route. There are currently three Qantas return flights per week between Sydney and Alice Springs.

The news comes just in time for Australian travellers to take advantage of The Never Before NT Summer Sale, offering travellers some sweet, sweet discounts of up to $1000 off already reduced prices for Northern Territory summer packages, available from 1 October – 31 March 2021.

If you’re craving something a little different, The Northern Territory also has a variety of unique and unforgettable events in the coming months – from the Darwin International Laksa Festival to the inaugural Mango Madness Festival, and Australia’s richest fishing competition, Million Dollar Fish.  

How about a road trip?

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If you’re dreaming of hitting the open road and driving off into a picturesque NT sunset, why not start planning an epic self-drive NT state tour?

Start in Darwin, visit the magic of Kakadu, and head South, to marvel at the breathtaking Red Centre.

Did you know… Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, was this week named in Lonely Planet’s Top 3 Best Places to See in the World in 2020!

Australia’s spiritual heartland was ranked third after Petra, Jordan and the Galapagos Islands by leading travel authority, Lonely Planet’s 2020 Ultimate Travel List, confirming what many Australian’s already know: Uluru is an iconic, must-see destination!

Why not make the most out of being able to explore once more and treat yo’self to that Australian bucket list trip that you’ve been wanting to do for your whole life.

READ: Adventure Awaits: The NT Is Having A Summer Sale And You’re Invited

READ: EXPERIENCE THE OUTBACK: Let The Northern Territory Awaken Your Senses