Holidays in the Northern Territory
Northern Territory is blessed with a variety of natural landscapes. Some of the Northern Territory’s iconic wonders include the World Heritage-listed National Parks Kakadu and Uluru-Kata Tjuta (Ayers Rock). Flora and fauna are diverse: from red cabbage palms, monsoon vine forests and lotus lilies to agile rock wallabies, fearsome saltwater crocodiles and the elegant dancing brolga.
Indigenous culture holds a spiritual connection to the land that dates back tens of thousands of years, yet can still be shared in the present day - through a walk in the desert in search of bush tucker or a visit to an ancient rock art gallery, or sitting in on a story telling session.
The Northern Territory is renowned for its colourful, larger-than-life characters, who are only too willing to share a yarn or two.
Darwin’s exotic Mindil Beach Sunset Markets, a spectacular outback view seen on an ambling camel ride, the indescribable feeling of catching your first barra – there’s an experience for everyone in the Northern Territory.
Northern Territory Regions - Information and Accommodation
Northern Territory Activities and Things To Do
Sunset West Macdonnell Ranges