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DARWIN The Gateway to Australia
Northern Territory

The Northern Territory is a place unlike anywhere else, get city culture with relaxed vibes in Darwin, or choose wetlands, waterfalls and wildlife in Kakadu. Cool off in Katherine Gorge, or find Australia's spiritual heart in the outback landscapes surrounding Uluru and Alice Springs.



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Things to See

Darwin
The bustling city of Darwin serves as the Northern Territory’s capital city; a laid-back, multicultural city that is never visited by winter. Darwin seamlessly blends a sense of frontier heritage with modern characteristics to create a diverse setting filled to the brim with historical highlights and must-see hotspots without the interruptions of winter weather. A great place for travellers to begin their adventures in Australia, visitors can watch the sun set over the sea and sample local food, arts and music at the famous dry season Mindil Beach Markets, take a stroll along Darwin’s beautiful waterfront, meet a crocodile up close at Crocosaurus cove, explore the history of this city at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory or the RFDS Darwin Tourist facility, loo beyond to pay a mandatory visit to the dual World Heritage-Listed Kakadu National Park, the country’s largest national park where the true beauty of the wetlands can be experienced up close and personal and see Litchfield National Park, abundant in Waterfalls and only 90 minutes drive away from Darwin.

Katherine
Named after the river that runs through it, the town of Katherine is a large municipality in the region that is better known as a gateway to Nitmiluk National Park, home to the iconic Katherine Gorge. Housing plenty of comfortable accommodation choices, people flock to this town from all over to take a gorge cruise to see wildlife and aboriginal rock art, go canoeing to discover some of the many gorges that make up Nitmiluk, hike the Jatbula trail and to see just how long the gorge system is from above in a scenic flight, or relax at the bottom of the cascading waters of Edith Falls.

Uluru
Arguably the most famous of all of Australia’s landmarks is without a doubt Uluru. The mighty Uluru (Ayers Rock) along with Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) is the spiritual heart of Australia. These stunning and ancient rock formations have a strong cultural history engrained in each experience along with the nearby Kings Canyon. Fill your days cycling around the base, exploring it on foot with an indigenous guide and learning traditional dot painting, then unwind with canapes at sunset, dining under the stars and walking through Bruce Munro’s famous Field of Light.

Alice Springs
Known as Australia’s outback pioneering town, visitors to Alice Springs are surpsied to discover its underground café culture, contemporary art scene and laid-back lifestyle. Alice Springs evokes the pioneering history of the region not only in its surroundings but by the buildings and landmarks that make up the town itself, with plenty of Aboriginal art galleries, museums and the Alice Springs Desert Park showcasing the historical, cultural and wildlife aspects of the region. Uncover the sights of the town or venture deeper into the Red Centre to the nearby Finke Gorge and West MacDonnell National Parks to get the most out of your visit.

National Parks
The Northern Territory boasts many wondrous sights, but one thing the region has in abundance is national parks, each filled to the brim with beautiful scenery and natural landmarks just waiting to be discovered by avid adventurers. Whether it’s the vast dreamscape of Kakadu with its intricate Aboriginal wall art, the jagged depths of Nitmiluk, the unforgettable red sandstone beacons of Kata Tjuta or the rushing waters of Litchfield, there is a national park to suit just about anyone, all within reach of one of the cities and townships throughout the region, ensuring comfort and a great place to start from when considering delving deeper into the landscape of the Northern Territory.

 


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