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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 earth nature lover, the three National Parks listed below have got you covered. Venture out into…
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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 bushwalking.
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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 nearby Gorges and swimming holes to help cool you down…
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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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