Regions of Northern Territory
Alice Springs is a perfect base for a holiday in The Centre, giving you easy access to all of the surrounding natural wonders: Uluru/Kata Tjuta National Park (Ayers Rock/The Olgas), Watarrka National Park (Kings Canyon) and the East and West MacDonnell Ranges.
Ayers Rock (Uluru) and Kata Tjuta reveal the depth of their moods at the rising and setting sun. Witness a display of colours from gentle, dusky blues and purples to fierce oranges and reds, glowing with the last remnants of the day.
A tropical paradise just waiting for you to discover.
Kakadu and Arnhem Land
Kakadu National Park - An ancient landscape ready to be experienced with your own 4WD safari.
The Katherine region epitomises the excitement and the adventure of the outback.
Litchfield National Park
More than a quarter of a million visitors descend on Litchfield National Park each year, journeying to view the monsoon rainforest, perennial streams and waterfalls, magnetic termite mounds, the weathered shaped sandstone outcrops as well as historic ruins.
The Northern Territory is a vibrant place, full of excitement and the wonders of nature. It is an ancient, expansive land full of aboriginal history - it will test your senses and sometimes take your breath away.
The township of Tennant Creek today is a modern outback gold mining town and the centre for the Barkly pastoral industry.
Sounds of Silence Dinner
Map of Northern Territory
Mary River Houseboats
Tours Northern Territory
Car Hire Darwin