Northern Territory

If hiking to the tops of waterfalls, swimming in crystal clear rock pools, watching the sun go down on Ayers Rock with a glass of wine in your hands sounds like fun then the NT is for you!

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Alice Springs

Great fun camping tours, by Australian guides, in Outback Australia: Uluru/ Ayers Rock, Kings Canyon. Darwin to Alice Springs

Alice Springs

The full outback experience with a range of accommodation, helicopter flights, quad safaris and just by Kings Canyon Rim Walk

or Nitmiluk National Park

UNESCO World Heritage listed.


Inimitable outback camel tours in the unique Uluru setting. Enjoy the sights of Ayers Rock and the Olgas on a camel's back

Alice Springs has gone from a single telegraph station to central Australia's key town. It is the service provider for the hordes of tourists that flock to the centre to experience the Outback.

Sited by the Great Ocean Road the Twelve Apostles are a collection of limestone formations up to 50 metres high.

Karlu Karlu or Devils Marbles Conservation Reserve 105 km south of Tennant Creek.

A sleepy settlement 111 Km south of Darwin. It has an amazing cemetery that is filled with modest plaques dedicated tot he service people who died in WWII.


In Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, the Olgas gentle ramble is an absolute must do when visiting Ayers Rock

The National Park has a number of hot springs, including Bitter, Mataranka and Rainbow springs. These thermal pools are a fantastic place to unwind, relax and soothe aches and pains.

The isolated village is the only service centre for Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. It is the only base from which to explore Ayers Rock and the Olgas