Northern Territory

  • The Northern Territory occupies about one sixth of Australia’s total land mass, with a population of about 200,000 and is home to some of the natural world’s most unique and exciting destinations. Equivalent in size to France, Italy and Spain combined, it is blessed with an abundance of natural environments. The Northern Territory story unfolds through six main destinations. From the red sandy desert of Alice Springs and Uluru / Ayers Rock and the golden plains of Tennant Creek, to the savannah woodlands surrounding Katherine and the lush green tropics of Darwin and Kakadu, it''s not surprising the Northern Territory

  • Rocky Bar Gap
    Rocky Bar Gap

    Rocky Bar Gap is a shady spot favoured by walkers of the Larapinta Trail. Located

  • Tingkkarli / Lake Mary Ann
    Tingkkarli / Lake Mary Ann

    Tingkkarli / Lake Mary Ann is a cool oasis, located five kilometres north of Tennant

  • Australian Aviation Heritage Centre
    Australian Aviation Heritage Centre

    Step back in time and explore Northern Territory heritage. The Australian Aviation Heritage Centre, located

  • Jim Jim Falls
    Jim Jim Falls

    Whether they are raging with water or reduced to a mere trickle, the majestic Jim

  • Kwerralye Cafe
    Kwerralye Cafe

    The Kwerralye is a Karen Sheldon Catering training initiative as part of the Future Stars

  • Litchfield Cafe
    Litchfield Cafe

    This family owned and operated business is only four kilometres from Wangi Falls. The entry

  • Sandbar

    Sandbar is a unique oasis on the edge of the ocean, and one of Darwin's

  • Alice Springs Desert Park
    Alice Springs Desert Park

    Alice Springs Desert Park is an inspiring portrayal of Australia's desert environment that effortlessly blends

  • Borroloola Police Station Museum
    Borroloola Police Station Museum

    The Borroloola Police Station Museum offers a fascinating insight into a bygone era. The police

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