The breathtaking experience of a drive holiday in the Top End is set to beam into households across the country tonight as part of Network 10’s popular lifestyle show – the Living Room.
Living Room viewers across the country will be awestruck as they tune in over the coming months to witness the Territory’s greatest natural assets complete with crocs, waterfalls and national parks.
The first of five segments will see the Top End Safari Camp take centre stage as the road trip begins with a taste of Darwin’s art and dining scene and Katherine’s natural wonders to follow.
High profile television personalities Dr Chris Brown and Miguel Maestre will make an appearance arriving via airboat to feed crocodiles before exploring everything Darwin has to offer on board an e-scooter and jet ski in later segments.
The celebrity duo will also cruise down to Litchfield and take in the region’s stunning waterfalls and beautiful surroundings.
Later segments will put Katherine’s natural wonders into focus including Territory icons like Nitmiluk National Park and Katherine’s Hot Springs.
Australian viewers inspired by the Territory drive adventures can take advantage of travel packages including hire car or campervans to convert interest into bookings.
The Living Room is now in its 10th season and is well placed to showcase the Territory within its 7.30pm Friday night timeslot highlighting the Top End over three months from July to September.
Tourism NT partnered with Network 10 to highlight the unique drive experiences on offer in the Top End.
Episodes and web extras of The Living Room are featured online: https://10play.com.au/the-living-room/
For Territory travel deals go to https://northernterritory.com
Quotes from Minister for Tourism and Hospitality Natasha Fyles:
“The Territory is well into the Dry Season which means it is the perfect time to showcase a drive holiday in the Top End.
“Promoting the Top End on a treasured national lifestyle show will encourage interstate holidaymakers to visit our region and boost our economy.
“During the Living Room’s time in the Top End their cast and crew will spend eight days filming in the Territory and there are more economic benefits to come when we see more tourists come to experience our region.”