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The pioneering tour company is also currently offering up to 15% off selected Northern Territory tours while it is also offering 5% off its recently launched Short Break tours in the region.

The new deals open a gateway of discovery to all the NT has to offer, from Kings Canyon to Uluru, Darwin to Litchfield and Kakadu National Park, with savings of more than $1,380 per person on selected tours until May 31 for select departures until December 31.

“Travellers options to journey through the NT have gotten even more appealing through this partnership,” said Tony Quarmby, Executive Director, Tourism Northern Territory.

“These savings will allow even more visitors the ability to travel to world class locations to experience unique culture activities as part of an AAT Kings Guided Holiday, or Short Break tour.”

Taking a trip to the NT means embarking on an immersive, cultural experience with no passport required.

Travellers can connect with Aboriginal culture on an Uluru Base Walk guided tour or brush up on their dot-painting skills with the Aboriginal Anangu artists of Maraku.

See the world’s best vistas, from Kata Tjuṯa to Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge, and experience the desert night sky while visiting the Earth Sanctuary in Alice Springs.

As always, AAT Kings aims to give Travel Agents the tools they need to succeed, providing marketing assets to promote deals to their audience. Find social images and stories, e-sigs, store posters, sales flyers, videos and more in their Travel Agent Marketing Toolkit.

Kings Canyon


AAT Kings Short Breaks offer the perfect solution for travellers seeking unforgettable adventures without the need for extensive time commitments. Ranging from two to five days, these tours provide a seamless blend of iconic sights, local culture immersion and opportunities to forge new connections.

Led by AAT Kings’ renowned and knowledgeable Driver Guides, each itinerary promises an enriching journey through captivating destinations.

“We’re thrilled to unveil our latest offerings in response to the increased demand for short break experiences in the Northern Territory,” said Ben Hall, CEO of AAT Kings.

“These new tours showcase the best of what this region has to offer, providing travellers with unparalleled opportunities for exploration and discovery.”

The new Short Break Tours include the three-day ‘Kings Canyon and Uluru’ and the four-day ‘Kings Canyon, Uluru and Kata Tjuṯa’.

The inaugural departure of the 3 day / 2 night ‘Kings Canyon and Uluru Shortbreak’ is scheduled for June 12

The inaugural departure of the 4 day / 3 night ‘Kings Canyon, Uluru, and Kata Tjuṯa Short Break’ is scheduled for June 4.

These new Short Break tours continue to showcase AAT Kings as a tour leader in the Northern Territory and beyond, committed to delivering unforgettable travel experiences that capture the essence of the state.

AAT Kings is currently offering a saving of 5% on Kings Canyon and Uluru (SBUKA) and Kings Canyon, Uluru and Kata Tjuṯa (SBUKK) tours.


Dot painting workshop, Uluru, NT. Picture James Horan


AAT Kings is also launching its newest A-LIST ACCESS podcast episodes, the ‘Destination Training’ series.

Hosted by friends of AAT Kings Group, Nick & Yas, the podcast offers a lively, fun and informative journey, providing travel advisors with insights into the latest travel trends, successful selling tips, product knowledge, sustainable travel practices and more.

Tourism NT’s Executive Director of Marketing joins the first NT-themed episode with Day Tours Manager, Alicia Loder.

Listen to the podcast followed by the interactive A-LISTER course online. To find out more about AAT Kings Travel Agent training head to


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