Lasseter Highway, a fully sealed 244 km highway in the Northern Territory.

Northern Territory

The Northern Territory is an amazing and unique part of Australia.

With its beautiful landscapes, ancient cultures, and abundant wildlife, the Northern Territory offers something for everyone—from adventure seekers to nature lovers. From the stunning red-rock canyons of Uluru to the remote islands in the Arafura Sea, there is something unique and exciting waiting for you in the Northern Territory.

Uluru National Park

The iconic Uluru National Park is one of the biggest attractions in the Northern Territory. Located at the heart of Australia’s red center, this park is home to some of the most breathtaking scenery in all of Australia. Visitors can explore a variety of trails that wind past ancient Aboriginal sites as well as natural wonders like waterfalls and sandstone formations. Of course, no visit to Uluru would be complete without seeing the enormous monolith itself!

Kakadu National Park

Park is another must-see destination in Northern Territory. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to thousands of species of plants and animals as well as incredible rock art created by Aboriginal peoples over thousands of years ago. Visitors can explore a variety of hiking trails or take boat tours on nearby rivers to get an up-close look at this amazing natural landscape.

Arafura Sea Islands

If you’re looking for a more adventurous experience, consider taking a trip out to one (or several!) of the islands located off Australia’s northern coastline in the Arafura Sea. From remote tropical hideaways to larger islands with luxury resorts and restaurants, there are plenty of options for those looking for an unforgettable getaway. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or an opportunity to explore untouched wilderness, these islands have something for everyone!

The Northern Territory has so much to offer visitors from around world—from its iconic landmarks like Uluru National Park to its secluded islands out in the Arafura Sea. Whether you’re looking for adventure or just want a chance to relax and get away from it all, this unique region has something special just waiting for you! So start planning your trip today and come explore all that Northern Territory has to offer!

NORTHERN TERRITORY AT A GLANCE

The Northern Territory is home to parks and reserves with abundant bird and animal life. Enjoy thundering waterfalls, breathtaking waterholes, dramatic landscapes, wildlife and treks!

  • More than a quarter of the population identify themselves as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders.
  • Home to people representing more than 100 nationalities.
  • Be entertained by one of the many festivals or events that occur with great regularity.
  • In the arid Red Centre lie the iconic sandstone monolith Uluru (Ayers Rock), the red-rock domes of Kata Tjuta & the sculpted cliffs of Kings Canyon in Watarrka National Park.
  • One of the best times to see Uluru is at sunset. As the sun sets it changes the amazing colours of the rock.

There used to be a slogan for the Northern Territory. "You will never ever know, if you never ever go", and that about explains it. It is one of those rare places on Earth that can't be put into words.



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A new city is established
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Northern Territory  - Overview
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