My NT is... beauty, heart, spirit, adventure, and more. The Northern Territory is the perfect place to explore Australia's heartland. What's your NT?
Encompassing raw and rugged landscapes, some of the country’s most captivating wildlife and a strong Aboriginal heritage, there is no surprise the Northern Territory (NT) is a trending destination for Australian travellers.
Majestic gorges, thermal springs, numerous hiking and trekking options, a strong sense of ancient culture including a thriving Aboriginal art scene and world-class fishing.
Every month of the year features a festival in the NT. From light installations to traditional dance and music, food showcases and desert lifestyle celebrations, the atmosphere is constantly electric with excitement as visitors and locals come together and experience the Outback like never before.
The Northern Territory is a great spot to get active in the great outdoors. Run to Gunlom at Kakadu National Park (Waterfall Creek), take to the West MacDonnell Ranges National Park by bike, or run the Mitchell Street Mile and attempt to break world records.
Uluru is one of Australia’s most iconic landmarks. It’s located in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and is sacred to Aboriginal Australians. There is plenty to see and do here including sunrise and sunset experiences, skydiving, helicopter rides, wildlife adventures and cultural experiences.
When in NT, Top End is a must-visit location. Key destinations in this region are Darwin, Kakadu, Arnhem Land and Katherine. Don't miss the chance to explore the ancient and mesmerising Crocosaurus Cove, Litchfield National Park, Katherine Gorge and Nitmiluk National Park.
Wildlife and Aboriginal Safari (Kakadu) - this tour combines wildlife and traditional Aboriginal experiences. For more wildlife, visit for Kakadu Bird Week, which takes place in 2018 from 30 September to 7 October Kakadu.
Uluru Astronomy Weekend (September, Uluru) - take to one of the best stargazing location in the world, Uluru, for a weekend of engaging discussions, seminars, screening of films, trivia, and more astronomical celebration.
Jabiru Mahbilil Festival (August, Kakadu) - celebrate Kakadu culture by the banks of Jabiru lake. This festival is a celebration of music, dance, bushfoods, art, workshops, and culture.
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