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Northern Territory Travel Guide

With a terrain as vast as it is diverse, Australia's Northern Territory offers authentic Australian adventures that are still off the beaten track. From the dusty, red outback formations of Uluru and King's Canyon, to the tropical jungle of Kakadu National Park, this is a land where crocodiles and camels roam, waterfalls plummet and the locals are some of Australia's most interesting. Take a walk on the wild side.

What we love in the Northern Territory

Telescope on a tripod Stargazing
Due to the lack of light pollution, the Outback is one of the best places in the world to kick back and stare at the stars
The sun The rock
Sometimes brown, sometimes red, depending on how much sun it's had, Uluru is almost as tall as the Empire State Building
Cowboy style hat Cowboys & Cowgrls
Anna Creek Station is the largest cattle station in the world. It's almost the same size as Belgium!

Plan your trip to the Northern Territory

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Cheap flights to the Northern Territory

Whether you are looking for multi-stop flights across Australia or a one-way flight to the Northhern Territory we can help you find the greatest deal. 
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Work in the Northern Territory

Doing a working holiday in Australia is the best way to see this gigantic country - kick back and live like a local, soaking up the sunshine in Darwin, do that all-important regional work for your second year visa, or get the proper Outback experience working out in the bush.
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Australia bus passes

Whether you want every little thing sorted, and a guide to show you the very best of Australia, or you'd rather a reliable means of getting from A to B while you travel independently, we have a range of Australia bus passes for you. They're all flexible, meaning you can stay as long as you like in the places you love. 
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Hire a campervan in Australia

Speed off into the sunset, watch out for kangaroos, and leave a billowing trail of red dust behind you. Campervans are an ideal way to explore the Northern Territoy independently. 

Northern Territory tours & experiences

Outback Adventure

The Australian outback has to be experienced to be believed. You'll see it all from Darwin to Uluru in 8 incredible days, with time for sunset hikes, natural wonders, and lunar landscapes along the way.
8 days
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The Red Centre to Melbourne: Camping & Canyons

The great Aussie outback brings red dirt, rugged bushlands, hiking trails and fascinating Aboriginal history. Hike through the bush in Kings Canyon then continue on to Australia's beating heart, Uluru. Watch as the sun sets over Uluru and camp under the night sky. During this 10 trip you'll explore Alice Springs, Kings Canyon, Uluru, Adelaide, Grampians, Port Campbell, Great Ocean Road and Melbourne.
10 days
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Cockatoo Dreaming Red Centre Safari

Enjoy the wonder that is the Red Centre on this value for money adventure which explores the main highlights including Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon. Witness the most amazing stars you will ever see as you choose between a swag or tent for your two nights in the Outback. 
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Uluru Explorer

Kick start your outback voyage in the very heart of the desert, Uluru. On this tour you will explore this ancient and spiritual destination together with fun activities including barbecue dinners, visit to Kings Canyon, The Olgas && Valley of the Winds and Uluru sunset with drinks.
4 days
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Frequently asked questions about travelling to Northern Territory

When is the best time to visit the Northern Territory?

Australia's Northern Territory is a year-round destination which stays mostly warm and sunny, but if you want to make the most of the gorgeous beaches and national parks in the tropical northern part, we suggest you head there between December and March - during Australia's summer. The driest periods in this part of Northern Territory fall between May and October, when it's only a little cooler but there's less chance of rain. 

The Red Centre has a different climate entirely. This dry, arid expanse experiences super-hot summers from November to February, whereas during British summertime, it can get pretty cold, especially at night. 

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