Glass and metal explode. Parachutes bloom. I'm falling back down and hit water murky with spilled oil and debris.
The Top End is tops, whether poolside in Darwin or ogling the outback in a luxury swag.
Whether you're on a camel or a Segway, it's dawn or dusk, Uluru is unmissable.
Darwin might have a short urban history, but a walking tour digs up plenty of rollicking good stories.
Arnhem Land has stunning scenery, incredible bird life and Australia's best rock art.
At last the Northern Territory's capital has become a destination in itself rather than just a departure point for surrounding national parks.
A cruise off northern Australia gives a unique insight into our history.
No dish provides a taste of Darwin more than crocodile laksa.
This is the Australian cliche - harsh ochre-red deserts, strange rock formations, dusty plains with kangaroos gazing lazily in the hot sun, and lonely outback pubs. Further north to the coast, brilliant blue open skies seemingly meet the sea; and the rocky gorges of Kakadu and their deliciously inviting watering holes. Cliche it may be, but it's quintessential Australia.