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Northern Territory

There is no greater haven than the Northern Territory for those looking to make a connection with nature. The Territory story unfolds through six main destinations, from the tropics of Darwin, Kakadu National Park and Katherine, through to the red desert landscapes of Tennant Creek, Alice Springs and Uluru (Ayres Rock).

Darwin is the Northern Territory’s capital…a modern tropical city sitting beside a harbour twice the size of Sydney’s. Darwin is a culturally diverse city, more than 50 nationalities make up its population, including the area’s traditional Aboriginal landowners.

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10 things not to miss in Northern Territory

  1. Darwin is a vibrant outdoor, multicultural city.
  2. Kakadu National Park is a World Heritage-listed area of pristine wilderness, ancient Aboriginal rock art sites and hundreds of bird species.
  3. Litchfield National Park offers freshwater rock pools, spectacular waterfalls and excellent bushwalking trails.
  4. Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge) is a breathtaking system of gorges and rapids. Also home of the epic bushwalk – the Jatbula Trail.
  5. Nhulunbuy on the Grove Peninsula in Arnhem Land is ideal for bird watching and fishing.
  6. Alice Springs is an excellent base from which to explore the beautiful surrounds and also has excellent attractions.
  7. Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, home to Kata Tjuta/The Olgas and of course Uluru (Ayres Rock)
  8. Watarraka National Park (Kings Canyon) is another spectacular natural wonder deep in the heart of the Outback.
  9. The West MacDonnell Ranges, near Alice Springs, offers the 250km Larapinta Trail, a must for walkers.
  10. The Devils Marbels are a geological phenomenon of gigantic granite boulders near Tennant Creek.