The north coast of Australia is due to get a new wilderness resort, offering numerous outdoor activities.

Brits looking to explore the Northern Territory after arriving on flights to Australia have been given a new option for staying in the wilderness in comfort.

Seven Spirit Bay Eco-Wilderness Resort is due to open this weekend (May 15th), with a choice of motel-style rooms and luxury ‘habitats’.

The resort was formerly known as Peppers Seven Spirit Bay, but has undergone a serious facelift over the past 17 months.

Guests can enjoy the remote surroundings of the Cobourg Peninsula, and the resort is just a short walk from the shores of the Arafura Sea.

Outdoor activities on offer at Seven Spirit Bay include turtle tracking, quad biking, night croc-spotting billabong cruises, stargazing and bird watching.

Rooms are available from just $125 (£80) per night, while the luxury habitats cost $484 per night.

Northern Territory is a popular region for outdoor explorers visiting Australia, as the iconic landmark Uluru (formerly Ayers Rock) is situated here.

Written by Erin Marshall

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