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No matter how many pictures you've seen, nothing will prepare you for your first view of Uluru. Once you stand at its base, touch it and explore its mysteries, you will understand why it's..
Kata Tjuka (the Olgas) means "many heads" in the traditional Anangu language. They are situated in the Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park about 30 kilometres from Uluru. Kata Tjuta consists..
Running due west from Alice Springs, the West MacDonnell Ranges contain a variety of impressing and interesting geological features and landscapes. Simpsons Gap is a dramatic cleft in the..
There are many ways to experience the spectacular Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge) and its world-renowned gorge system - you can walk, swim, canoe, boat or fly.
Walks over the..
Kings Canyon, Watarrka National Park, is located 450 kilometres south west of Alice Springs in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta region of the Northern Territory. The Park encompasses the western end of..
Kakadu and Arhnam Land are home to the longest continuing surviving human culture in the world. Even a short visit to this environmental wonderland is enough to convince you of its deep..
Katherine is the third-largest town in the Northern Territory, with a population of around 11,000, and is located 300 kilometres south of Darwin. The town was named by the explorer John..
Nestled between ancient ranges that glow red in the evening light is Alice Springs, widely known as the 'capital of the outback', this is a town built on hard work and humour, courage and..
Book a guided tour through the Northern Territory’s only publicly accessible tropical limestone caves.
Cutta Cutta Caves Nature Park is located 30 kilometres south of Katherine and..
The Devils Marbles are clusters of mysterious rock spheres located in the scenic Australian desert near the outback town of Tennant Creek, scattered in heaps throughout a wide, shallow..
From its rough and tumble beginnings as a gold rush and cattle town, Tennant Creek has become an important regional centre. Located 507 kilometres north of Alice Springs the town has a..
World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park is a place of rugged escarpments, lush wetlands and cascading waterfalls covering over 19,000 square kilometres. Kakadu is Australia's largest..
Gunlom, located on Waterfall Creek in World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, is the magical combination of waterfall and serene plunge pool, with shady gums cooling the picnic areas. A..
Whether the falls are raging with water or the merest trickle, this majestic waterfall is a sight to behold. Set in the red ochre of the Arnhem Land escarpment, and boasting white sandy..
Litchfield National Park is an easy hour-and-a-half journey from Darwin, and is one of the Top End’s hidden treasures. This unspoiled wilderness is boasts monsoon rainforests, cascading..
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Mataranka Thermal Pool is a great place to unwind. The warm, crystalline waters of the natural pool is said to have the power to soothe aches and pains after a long day on the road. The..
The Simpson Desert stretches south from Alice Springs towards the South Australia border. Many attractions located on its fringes are an easy day trip from Alice Springs and provide a taste..
Watarrka National Park, and its most famous landmark, Kings Canyon, is located 330 kilometres south west of Alice Springs in the Uluru / Kata Tjuta region of the Northern Territory. The..
The spectacular Florence Falls, found in Litchfield National Park, cascade into a plunge pool, set in a pocket of monsoon forest. Take a refreshing dip in the plunge pool, then enjoy a..
The Larapinta Trail is an exciting long distance walking track through the West MacDonnell National Park in the heart of central Australia. The Trail runs for 223 kilometres along the..
Stanley Chasm (or sometimes Standley can be reached by sealed road 50 kms from Alice Springs. It is a large gap at the tail end of the spectacular West Mcdonnell Ranges. It has been..
A must see for every visitor to Alice.
In the space of just a few hours, you can discover many of the secrets of the Central Australian deserts at the Alice Springs Desert Park. Hundreds..
King Ash Bay is located around 50 kilometres past Borroloola on the McArthur River and is a popular fishing spot all year round. The King Ash Bay Boat and Fishing Club is a primary..
A one kilometre walk through monsoon rainforest leads to the base of a beautiful plunge pool. Maguk / Barramundie Gorge, in World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, is a scenic and..
N’Dhala Gorge Nature Park is located 90 kilometres East of Alice Springs, via the Ross Highway and is accessable by four wheel drive only. This shady gorge contains a wide range of rock..
Trephina Gorge Nature Park lies in the East MacDonnell Ranges, 85 kilometres East of Alice Springs, and is notable for its sheer quartzite cliffs, Red River Gums and sandy creek bed...
Surrounding a semi permanent waterhole on the Caranbirini Reserve near Borroloola, are sandstone spires known as the Lost City. These spires rise to 25 metres in height and provide a vivid..
The township of Yulara supports Ayers Rock Resort where visitors to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park are accommodated. The Resort features different levels of accommodation from 5 star hotel..
Journey to the heart of Alice Springs and be inspired by Rev John Flynn’s historic vision for the bush through stories of outback nurses, displays of Traegers pedal radios and Flynns 1926..
The Adelaide River snakes its way south from the Van Diemen Gulf, through Djukbinj National Park, to the Adelaide River settlement on the Stuart Highway. The river is perhaps best known for..
The Alice Springs Golf Club is one of the finest desert golf courses in the world. The manicured greens contrast vividly with the surrounding desert and MacDonnell Ranges. The course itself..
Barrow Creek is situated 283 kilometres north of Alice Springs on the Stuart Highway. Set against the backdrop of the Forster Ranges, Barrow Creek’s proximity to a freshwater spring made..
Visit the Battery Hill Mining Centre, located in Tennant Creek, 1.5 kilometres from the town centre along Peko Road. The Battery Hill Mining Centre overlooks town and the surrounding..
The West MacDonnell Ranges part briefly at Glen Helen Gorge, to make way for the Finke River. The Ranges are of pacoota sandstone and form steep, broken ridges and it is here that the..
Twin Falls is set in the Arnhem Land escarpment, in the magnificent World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park. Take a ranger-guided boat cruise, followed by a bushwalk and a scenic stroll..
Known as Victoria River, Victoria River Crossing and the Victoria River Inn, this tiny settlement is located on the Victoria Highway 194 kilometres west of Katherine. The settlement itself..
The Alice Springs Reptile Centre is the largest reptile display in the Northern Territory. Come and visit the extensive range of reptiles, including the huge perentie goannas, frilled neck..
Leliyn / Edith Falls is located on the western side of Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge). You can enjoy swimming in the paperbark and pandanus fringed natural pool at the base of..
High red cliffs, a large waterhole and a sandy creek fringed by gums make this one of the most popular and picturesque picnicking spots in the West MacDonnell Ranges. Much more than just a..
Mary Ann Dam Recreation Lake is a cool oasis, five kilometres north of Tennant Creek. This man made dam is a pleasant surprise in a rugged, Central Australian environment, offering an ideal..
Built in 1872, it is easy to underestimate the significance of the once remote Tennant Creek Telegraph Station. Early travellers welcomed the refuge from the harsh and unforgiving..
Careful. Few visitors who come here are unaffected by the spiritual quality of this ancient landscape.
And in the oldest and driest of inhabited continents, there is one natural highlight..
Explore the ancient landscapes of Finke Gorge National Park, 140 kilometres west of Alice Springs. The park covers an area of 46,000 hectares, and includes the impressive desert oasis Palm..
Umbukumba is a small aboriginal community situated on the picturesque east coast of Groote Eylandt in the Gulf of Carpentaria. It is governed by the Anindilyakwa Land Council. The..
The Alice Springs Cultural Precinct is home to some of the most interesting cultural and historical attractions in Alice Springs. It encompasses performing and visual arts, the natural..
The railway station at Alice Springs was built in 1988 based on a 1930 design for a station that was never built. The train did not actually reach Alice Springs until 1929 when the rail..
Borroloola is a remote fishing community on the McArthur River in the Gulf of Carpentaria. This historic town is considered the gateway to the Gulf region and is famed for its excellent..
Cape Crawford is a remote stop, home of the famous Heartbreak Hotel, at the junction of the Carpentaria and Tablelands Highway. Despite the first part of its name, Cape Crawford is situated..
Daly Waters is located 274 kilometres south of Katherine near the junction of the Stuart and Carpentaria Highways. Despite the tiny population of the settlement, the Daly Waters’ Pub is..
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