Northern Territory

The Northern Territory is a vast area of contrasting scenery and climate. The fiery red sands of the Red Centre form the backdrop to stunning Uluru, whilst the Top End around the tropical and vibrant capital city of Darwin is home to stunning wetlands, waterfalls and escarpments. Visit Kakadu, Australia’s largest National Park and further afield, protected Arnhem Land for incredible wildlife, stunning scenery and an insight into Aboriginal life, art and its ancient culture.

Alice Springs

Alice Springs

Alice Springs (or ‘The Alice’ as it’s affectionately known by the locals) straddles the usually dry Todd River on the northern side of the MacDonnell Ranges.  Known as the aboriginal art capital of Australia, the town is home to many Aboriginal Art Galleries.  Beyond Alice Springs lies spectacular Kings Canyon, with walls towering some 300 metres high in places. More

Kings Canyon

Kings Canyon

Beyond Alice Springs lies the true Australian outback, home to sprawling working cattle stations and spectacular mountain ranges. To the south west is Watarrka National Park, the home of the magical sandstone formation of Kings Canyon, with towering cliffs over 300m high. More

Ayers Rock

Ayers Rock

Uluru (Ayers Rock) sits at the heart of the Northern Territory and is the region’s most famed landmark. And for good reason too, as nothing can compare to watching the sun rise or set over this huge, majestic rock which is as iconic to Australia as Sydney’s famed Opera House. More

Darwin

Darwin

The vibrant tropical city of Darwin is the gateway to the lush landscapes of the Kakadu, Litchfield and Katherine National Parks.  The tropical wetlands are the epitome of natural beauty where visitors can swim in natural thermal pools and soak up the tranquillity of a region still rich in the traditions of the local indigenous people. More

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