Uluru, Darwin & Northern Territory

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Uluru, Darwin & Northern Territory 

Discover the Northern Territory, home to some of Australia’s most beautiful natural landscapes and rich history of Aboriginal culture. From the Top End, down to the Red Centre, there isn’t a shortage of things to do in this unspoiled frontier-land.

One of the most recognizable landmarks of Australia is Uluru (Ayers Rock) and with its home being the Red Centre, you’ll find there’s plenty more to do than magnificent Uluru itself. Visit Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), explore the oasis that is Alice Springs, visit Australia’s largest Aboriginal Art gallery, learn about desert reptiles and marsupials at Alice Springs Desert Park or ride camels through the desert. Not to mention the perfect finish to a day – watching the sun set across the desert horizon with a glass of wine.

Head North to the Top End and you’ve got tropical Darwin, an incredible mix of beach town vibes and impressive history. The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin Military Museum and remaining WWII bunkers in Charles Darwin are all must visits for a look into Darwin’s amazing history. And if it’s an experience of natural beauty you’re after, Litchfield National Park is where you need to be. But let’s not forget also World Heritage listed Kakadu, Australia’s largest national park. Kakadu’s rivers, plains and wetlands are home to over a third of Australia’s bird species as well as crocodiles, kangaroos, wallabies, reptiles and fish. And with so many different options available to explore the national park, it’s guaranteed there’s something enjoyable for you here.





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