Tourism Northern territory

The Northern Territory is the quintessential Australian experience and a geographer’s dream. The journey from north to south begins with the tropical shores of vibrant Darwin and ends in the dramatic deserts of the Red Centre, taking in the cattle stations and sweeping savannahs of the Barkly Tablelands along the way.

The region is home to World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta and Kakadu National Parks, which preserve and perpetuate both natural and cultural treasures. Cruise down vast Katherine Gorge and pan for gold at Tennant Creek. In addition, Red Centre is home to the world’s oldest river system, the Finke River, and Arnhem Land is home to the world’s oldest living culture.

The Northern Territory offers a huge array of wildlife, colourful outback characters and landscapes for outdoor adventure. It contains hundreds of rare species of flora, native wildlife and, of course, crocodiles in the Territory’s 52 national parks and nature conservation reserves, while the outback offers vast wide-open spaces and pioneering journeys.

Travel has never been more exciting in the Northern Territory, Australia’s real outback.

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