Inspiring guides for your holiday to the Northern Territory
The Red Centre and Northern Territory beckon you to explore its arid desert and sensational sunsets.
Boasting incredible landscape and outdoor adventure, it’s an extraordinary region – but where to begin? Our guides below will tell you all you need to know when exploring the natural beauty.
The Red Centre is the colloquial name given to this southern desert region of Australia’s Northern Territory, an extraordinary landscape featuring unique rock formations and spectacular gorges to dramatic mountain ranges, desert plains and some of the most sacred Aboriginal sites in the nation.
The ‘Top End’ is often referred to as Australia’s last frontier. It runs along the northern coast, from the capital city of Darwin in the west, through the wondrous wetlands of Kakadu National Park, and onto Arhem Land in the east.
From waterfalls cascading from dizzying heights to rugged cliffs decorated with fascinating Aboriginal art created up to 20,000 years ago, here are our five favourite things to do in Kakadu and Katherine Region.
With such a vast country, it can be hard to plan an intinerary to experience Australia’s highlights. A guided tour is generally the best way to get the most out of a trip, so here are two-, three- and four-week options for you.