• Uluru-Kata, Tjuta National Park. Photo Credit: Tourism NTUluru-Kata, Tjuta National Park. Photo Credit: Tourism NT
  • Old Andado Track, Binns Track, Simpson Desert. Photo Credit: Tourism NTOld Andado Track, Binns Track, Simpson Desert. Photo Credit: Tourism NT
  • Crocodile, Yellow Water Billabong. Photo Credit: Tourism NTCrocodile, Yellow Water Billabong. Photo Credit: Tourism NT
  • Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk National Park. Photo Credit: Tourism NTKatherine Gorge, Nitmiluk National Park. Photo Credit: Tourism NT

Northern Territory

Population: 233,300

Size: 1,420,970 sq km

Major Cities: Darwin

Originally home to one of the world’s most ancient cultures, the Northern Territory is rich in history and dramatic landscapes. The iconic Uluru can be found here on the vast plains of Australia’s Red Centre as well as the World Heritage-listed Kakadu National park. Bushwalking, scenic flights and canoeing are great ways to experience the spectacular scenery and diverse wildlife. The cities of Alice Springs and Darwin are popular stopping destinations for individuals keen to experience the timeless nature of this unique state.

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