From the glittering Arafura Sea lapping the coastline, to the rugged Outback and mesmerising Red Centre, Australia’s Northern Territory is waiting to capture your imagination. Here you’ll find Uluru – known as Ayers Rock – this gigantic natural icon is the largest and most famous monolith in the world. Its size is even more incredible when you consider that an estimated two thirds of it lies beneath the surface. Australia’s most famous Outback attraction remains the centrepiece of any Australian holiday. The legendary Northern Territory where outback meets tropical – in the north there are glorious beaches, clear waters and rugged beauty, while deep in the heart of the country it’s a true Australian desert adventure. Home to some of the most amazing sights you’ll ever see, the Northern Territory offers world-famous, almost mythical landmarks as well as the vast and mysterious Outback


GMT: +9.5 hours
FLIGHT TIME: Approximately 17 hours
CURRENCY: Australian Dollar
CLIMATE: The Northern Territory climate has two zones. The first is the tropical north, which includes Darwin and the Kakadu and Katherine regions. The second is Central Australia, which includes Alice Springs, Tennant Creek and Ayers Rock. This central region is a semi-arid and desert environment, with fairly low humidity and low risk of tropical rains. The nights can get fairly cold in the desert, especially in the winter months.


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