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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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,…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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Adelaide River

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…
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