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What’s Goin’ On in the NT: May 2017

The month of May is storming in with bangin’ live music, short film festivals, fishing competitions and community festivities to keep you and your mates entertained all month long, no matter what you’re into. If your trip to the territory lands in May…
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Camels in Northern Territory Australia
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3 WTF Things to See in the NT

Let’s face it; once you’ve been to one event, you’ve been to them all. Travelling around any country can get boring after a while. I mean, there are only so many bungy jumps and beaches you can experience before they all start…
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3 National Parks in the NT That You HAVE to See

Some of the world’s best national parks can be found right here in the land down under. And of that number, a good percentage is spread out in and around the Northern Territory. Whether you’re down with bushwalking, scenic views, swimming in a larger than life oasis or just a down to…
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Keep River

The Keep River National Park covers approximately 700km2, but don’t let its small size fool you, because it contains some of the NT’s most amazing landscapes, sandstone ridges and historical rock formations perfect for those who love a spot of…
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Daly Waters

Daly Waters: A small town located between Darwin and Tennant Creek, boasting one of the Northern Territories’ most famous and historical traveller’s rest stops: The Daly Waters Pub.
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West Macdonnell Ranges
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Macdonnell Ranges

Located just outside the town of Alice Springs, the MacDonnell Ranges are a spectacle to be seen from far and wide spanning hundreds of kilometres in length. The MacDonnell Ranges are perfect for hikers and there are a number of…
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Litchfield

Litchfield National Park is famous for its amazing scenery, waterfalls and pristine swimming holes. Litchfield also offers, stunning bushwalking trials and camping facilities for those wanting to stay overnight.
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Kakadu

Kakadu is Australia’s largest national park spanning 20,000km2 with a number of attractions including bushwalks, boat cruises, swimming and wildlife spotting. Kakadu is home to diverse ecosystems and rich Indigenous history, and for this reason it has been classified by…
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Humpty Doo

Located just outside of Darwin, Humpty Doo serves as a stop off point for visitors on their way to Kakadu. Humpty Doo is both known for its agriculture and the famous Big Boxing Croc.
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Pine Creek

Pine Creek is both a small town and a popular tourist stop located just outside of Katherine. Once a gold mining town, Pine Creek attracts tourists with it’s rich mining history, relics and the popular Railway Station Museum.
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Borroloola

A fishing community located on the McArthur River, Borroloola is one of the best spots in Australia to catch Barramundi. Camping options are available and the neighbouring islands provide even more fishing options for the enthusiast.
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Uluru
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Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Without a doubt the NT’s most popular location, Uluru has been a long time favourite holiday destination for both tourists and locals alike. The big rock is a must see for everyone, while the neighbouring resort, camel tours, scenic flights…
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Darwin

The capital of the NT, and the closest thing to the Big Smoke, Darwin has many tourist attractions both in the city and the surrounding areas ranging from national parks, rivers, islands, multicultural and native dining, history and wildlife parks.…
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Victoria River

Stretching approximately 560km from Judbarra/Gregory National Park all the way to the gulf of the Timor Sea, the Victoria River is well known for its serene environment and breathtaking views of the valley, national park, flora and fauna.
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Katherine

Commonly known as the land where the tropics meet the outback, Katherine is surrounded by national parks, gorges and waterfalls making this small town a great location to enjoy the natural wonders of the Northern Territory.
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Alice Springs

Located in the heart of the red centre, Alice Springs is known for its rich indigenous culture and is surrounded by some of Australia’s most spectacular natural wonders.
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Timber Creek

Timber Creek is located approximately 190km east of the Western Australian border. The wildlife, scenic views and Barramundi make Timber Creek one of the Northern Territory’s best places to fish and relax with your mates.
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Tennant Creek

Known as the Golden Heart of Australia, Tennant Creek is the NT’s fifth largest town and was once one of Australia’s most popular sites for gold mining. Tennant Creek has a rich Indigenous culture on display in the Nyinkka Nyunyu…
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