Spectacular landscapes, fascinating cultural experiences, iconic national parks
There’s nowhere in the world like the Northern Territory. Home to iconic national parks Kakadu and Uluru, ancient Aboriginal cultural heritage, and truly breathtaking scenery, it makes for unforgettable adventures. From the Red Centre, Australia’s spiritual heart, to the tropical Top End, the Territory is another world, only a flight away.
Fly to the tropical capital Darwin to explore the Top End: the sweeping plains, towering escarpments and tumbling waterfalls of Kakadu National Park. The connections to the land, the stories and art of local Aboriginal culture. The waterholes and waterfalls of Litchfield National Park, the wild serenity of the Mary River Wetlands, and the sunset markets, incredible food and cultural events in Darwin.
From Uluru, experience the unforgettable desert landscape and ancient cultural heritage of the Red Centre. Take walking trails for an up-close experience with sacred, imposing Uluru and Kata Tjuta – stunning natural wonders surrounded by seemingly endless desert plains. Embark on outback adventures on foot, camel or helicopter. Dine or camp under infinite stars.
Outback adventure, luxury getaway, family holiday or solo safari, you’ll find your Territory.
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