A Glimpse of Northern Territory


Northern Territory The Northern Territory is considered the heart and soul of the country, due to several sacred Aboriginal sites, various national parks and the awe-inspiring Arnhemland outback. Visitors here will generally come to be inspired at Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, and to experience the untainted outback with all of its unspoiled natural wonders and remarkable landscapes.

Ayers Rock

Ayers Rock is certainly the number one attraction in the Northern Territory. Also referred to as Uluru, this vividly sculptured monolith is best seen at either sunrise or sunset, when the sky burns in hues of red, pink and gold. Be sure to take part in an Aboriginal guided tour of the area who will take you through a fascinating journey of Uluru and the other sacred attractions in the area and help you understand their significance. Also, a night under the stars here is both romantic and awe-inspiring. Helicopter tours are available.

Kakadu National Park

Visitors flock to Kakadu National Park in order to enjoy the beauty of the wetlands and the rich flora and wildlife that calls this region home. The top attraction here is undoubtedly the fearsome crocodile.

Mindil Beach

Located in Darwin, the Mindil Beach markets have long been a popular attraction with visitors. The markets are held on a Thursday and Sunday and the food stalls are undoubtedly the highlight here. The smells of various international and domestic dishes permeate the air, with dishes from all over Europe, Asia and South America. However, the amazing sunset is the crowning glory of a visit to Mindil Beach.

Crocosaurus Cove

Australia is well known for her crocodiles so it makes sense that a crocodile sanctuary would definitely make the list of top attractions. Crocosaurus Cove is home to numerous crocodiles, an animal which hasn’t changed much in 200  million years. Visitors can go into a cage and watch these magnificent creatures in action.

Alice Springs

Alice Springs has been a favourite destination for visitors. This outback town is the doorway to Ayers Rock and the Kata Tjuta National Park and is home to around 20,000 people. This is the ideal destination for those who want to experience the true heart and soul of the Australian wilderness and the stunning natural beauty of the land.

Deckchair Cinema

Situated in the center of Darwin, the Deckchair Cinema is one of the top highlights to the Northern Territory. This outdoor cinema experience is situated right by the sea allowing watchers to enjoy a glorious sunset whilst watching the latest movies.


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