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.
Top things to do in Darwin on a budget
There’s no need to pay top dollar for a holiday in the Top End with these free and low-cost things to do.
8 fascinating facts about Darwin, Northern Territory
It’s known for roving crocodiles and a steamy climate but there’s more to this multicultural city and tropical paradise than meets the eye.
The definitive guide to Darwin's top food spots
From fresh seafood to Asian barbecue, there’s plenty to savour in the Northern Territory’s capital city.
5 unique ways to experience Darwin’s wild side
Tear across the wetlands on a high-speed airboat, get face to face with a croc and more in the Northern Territory’s capital city.
Surprising things you didn't know about Uluru
Think visiting Uluru is going to be eye-wateringly expensive or spooked with curses? Think again. We bust the most common misconceptions about Australia’s most iconic monolith.
Uncovering the secrets of bush tucker in Kakadu
Bush tracks, paperbark swamps, 4WDs, and “handbags”. Angela Saurine sets off on a Kakadu adventure to remember.
Unwrapping Darwin, a beach town with a difference.
A beach town where the yoga is plentiful, the coffee is organic and the average age is 33, Darwin is full of surprises!
A guide to stargazing at Uluru – the ultimate night sky show in the Northern Territory
A visit to Australia's Red Centre will leave you with a sense of wonder, but there's one particular experience that will fill you with awe.