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.
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 and take in the serenity of the lands.
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 UNESCO as a World Heritage site.
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 and outback dining experiences will provide additional entertainment value during your stay.
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. Let loose and experience a vibrant nightlife scene with lively pubs and clubs situated on Mitchell St and Darwin CBD.
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 art museum and features beautiful geological landscapes in its surrounding areas.
Serving as Australia’s largest military base in WWII, Adelaide River carries historical significance for this country, holding a special place in the heart of all Australians. While you’re there why not take a cruise down the Adelaide River and witness all of the amazing wildlife and vegetation this wonderful location has to offer.