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

  • Blyth Homestead
    Blyth Homestead

    The historic Blyth Homestead is found within Litchfield National Park, and is also the location

  • Bitter Springs
    Bitter Springs

    Discovered by surveyors for the Overland Telegraph Line in the latter part of the nineteenth

  • Tnorala / Gosse Bluff Conservation Reserve
    Tnorala / Gosse Bluff Conservation Reserve

    The Tnorala/Gosse Bluff Conservation Reserve is a place of international scientific interest as well cultural

  • Mason Gallery
    Mason Gallery

    The Mason Gallery brings to Darwin the distinctive designs and bright bold colours of art

  • Julalikari Arts
    Julalikari Arts

    Julalikari Arts is located within the Mulga Community, and is located on the northern outskirts

  • Parap Markets
    Parap Markets

    The Parap Markets, located close to the city, in Parap, will tantalise your senses with

  • Berry Springs Nature Park
    Berry Springs Nature Park

    Berry Springs Nature Park is a picturesque area 47 kilometres south of Darwin that is

  • Australian Aviation Heritage Centre
    Australian Aviation Heritage Centre

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

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