The Northern Territory
The best things to do in Darwin and beyond
The Northern Territory is the land less travelled. Often overlooked for the big cities and the allure of the east coast. Whilst her capital Darwin might be small, The NT (to us Aussies) is a place of raw beauty and natural wonder.
The tropical north is home to such wonders as Kakadu National Park and Arnhem land. It’s a place to get up close with crocs and meander down Katherine Gorge.
Fly straight in to Yulara and experience the red centre. Sunrise at Uluru is unmissable and you’ll wonder at the sheer size of Kings Canyon. Pack your boots because you’ll want to get up close to the ancient rock paintings.
Whether in steaming summer or the milder winter months, the NT is an essential Aussie destination.
Often visited in a loop from Alice Springs, alongside Uluru and Kata Tjuta, King’s Canyon is one of Australia’s most spectacular natural landmarks. Unlike the cavernous
Central Australia is challenging to visit on your own. The route from Adelaide to Alice Springs is remote. Subsequently you need a lot of equipment,