Welcome to the Northern Territory, the most barren part of Australia due the vast plains of red soil that covers the region, known as the Red Centre. Tourists and visitors are drawn to the interesting history, geography and spiritual rich area of Australia for reasons like the incredible breathtaking views of the landscape surroundings.
The Northern Territory has one of Australia’s most famous national parks, as well as many natural attractions. Travel throughout the state is possible with roads in most locations, and passenger rail runs from Darwin through to Alice Springs.
Well known for being the home of Ayers Rock – this iconic tourist attraction known as “Uluru” by the Aborigines, is one of the oldest rocks of Earth. The National Park that surrounds the rock is habitat by many birds and animals.
National Parks find visitors camping under the stars absorbing the true beauty of the countries backdrop. For those wishing for a little bit more comfort and luxury for their family adventure, or for those wishing for an ultimate secluded away, you will discover a range of superb accommodation options to suit your travel needs.
For the richest cultural experiences, the city of Darwin makes a ideal natural stop in the Northern Territory. Accommodation here will put the tourist near the pristine Mindil Beach and its weekly sunset markets. Blue-water fishing tours are available off the city’s coast.