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 Gully
    Rocky Gully

    Rocky Gully is a great spot to make a stop and set up camp along

  • Fannie Bay Gaol
    Fannie Bay Gaol

    Opened in 1883, the Fannie Bay Gaol was the major detention centre in Darwin for

  • Ochre Pits
    Ochre Pits

    Head out into the West MacDonnells to see the vivid colours of the mineral ochre

  • di CROCO
    di CROCO

    Take home a little local luxury with Australian saltwater crocodile skin accessories from di CROCO.

  • Darwin Trailer Boat Club
    Darwin Trailer Boat Club

    Park your trailer boat in Fannie Bay and join Darwin's boating and fishing crew. A

  • Mitchell's Grill
    Mitchell's Grill

    Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Mitchell's Grill is renowned for serving the best breakfast

  • Old Timers Traeger Museum
    Old Timers Traeger Museum

    Find out how early Territorians lived, worked, travelled and obtained supplies at the Old Timers

  • Irrkerlantye Arts
    Irrkerlantye Arts

    Irrkerlantye Arts is a vibrant community art centre for Central and Eastern Arrernte people living

  • Brian Creek Monsoon Forest
    Brian Creek Monsoon Forest

    Brian Creek Monsoon Forest, in the Mary River National Park which is an hour's drive

Northern Territory Australia

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