Northern Territory

The Northern Territory has much to offer the camping and caravanning public!

Iconic destinations such as Uluru and Kakadu make the Northern Territory a popular destination with travellers. Diverse landscapes, waterfalls, wide open spaces, aboriginal culture and wild and untamed wildlife provides the opportunity for visitors to immerse themselves in the natural wonder that the Northern Territory offers.

The Territory’s population is concentrated in coastal regions and along the Stuart Highway. The largest population centre is the capital city of Darwin. Other major settlements in order of size are Palmerston, Alice Springs, Katherine, Nhulunbuy and Tennant Creek.

Sail across the harbour from Darwin to the Tiwi Islands.
Cool off under a waterfall in Litchfield National Park.
Visit cascading waterfalls and ancient rock art in Kakadu.
See giant crocodiles and an amazing variety of birdlife in the spectacular natural destination, Arnhem Land.
The Kathrine region is full of gorges, misty waterfalls, thermal springs and ancient cultures. It is where the Outback meets the tropics.
Take a trip to the Outback. A vast land of brilliant blue skies and boundless horizons and see iconic rock formations and ancient Aboriginal sites.
Alice Springs is adventure country. With the Larapinta Trail and the vast Simpson Desert to the sacred Aboriginal sites around Palm Valley there is just so much to see!

Wander the tropical beaches of the Top End or visit the icons of the Red Centre. The Northern Territory will amaze you with what it has to offer.

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