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Northern Territory - Australia Destination Information

Welcome to the Outback, or the “real Australia.” As one of the most sparsely settled areas on the planet, the expansive Northern Territory is a quintessential Australian experience. Nature is the one of Northern Territory’s greatest assets, and the region is home to some of Australia's most extraordinary plants and wildlife. Connect with the Aboriginal people, who have lived in the Northern Territory for more than 50,000 years.
Venture to Darwin, the Northern Territory’s tropical capital city located on the shores of an expansive harbor. The culturally diverse city is gateway to explore the best natural and cultural attractions the Northern Territory, including 24 national parks and 73 nature reserves.

Vacation Destinations in Northern Territory

  • Alice Springs

    In the center of the Northern Territory is Alice Springs, a spirited bush town that grew from humble beginnings. “The Alice,” as locals call it, has since grown into a modern town that wears its Outback heritage proudly. 
    Because of its central location and its nearby red colored rock formations and the red sand desert area, the town is also called the Red Centre. It has some wonderful sights to explore, such as the telegraph station, the botanical garden and the Spencer and Gillen museum. This rollicking town is also a day trip from the iconic attractions of Uluru-Kata Tjuta, Kings Canyon and several nature parks.

    Hotels & Resorts in Alice Springs, Australia

    Crowne Plaza Alice Springs 
    Aurora Alice Springs 
    Chifley Alice Springs Resort 

  • Ayers Rock

    Southwest of Alice Springs is Ayers Rock/ Uluru, the world's largest monolith, an Aboriginal sacred site, and Australia's most famous natural landmark. Visitors may wish to make the tough ascent to the top, or take a walking tour around the rock with an aboriginal guide to learn about its history with the Uluru people and its importance in dream time legend. 
    At the base of Uluru, there are cave paintings and carvings made over many thousands of years by Anangu belonging to the Luritja, Yankuntjatjara and Pitjantjatjara language groups. Ayers Rock and its surrounding area is an ancient sacred place for the Anangu people.

    Hotels & Resorts in Ayers Rock, Australia

    Longitude 131 
    Sails in the Desert Hotel 
    Desert Gardens Hotel 

  • Darwin

    Darwin has a relaxed outdoor lifestyle and enjoys warm weather all year round. Perched on a peninsula with sea on three sides, it is an excellent base to explore the natural attractions of World Heritage listed national parks. Its city has the most youthful population in Australia, giving it a distinctly optimistic vibe. 
    Historic Darwin Harbour is dotted with sunken ships from World War II and confiscated Indonesian fishing vessels. Its healthy population of tropical fish makes it a world class fishing destination. Turquoise waters set the scene for a sunset cruise.

    Hotels & Resorts in Darwin, Australia

    Mantra on the Esplanade 
    Novotel Darwin Atrium 
    Holiday Inn Esplanade Darwin 

Fun Fact: The Northern Territory covers about one sixth of the Australian continent, equal to the combined areas of France, Spain and Italy.