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Kakadu

The Kakadu national park is perhaps the best-known of the Territory's extraordinary natural assets. Its World Heritage status ensures its popularity, and it is the largest of Australia's mainland national parks. READ MORE

Katherine and Nitmiluk

Katherine is one of the original European settlements in the Northern Territory. It's situated past Pine Creek, just over 300km on the Stuart Highway south of Darwin, en route to Tennant Creek and, eventually, Alice Springs. READ MORE

Alice Springs

'The Alice' is the unofficial capital of the Red Centre, Australia's heart. Alice Springs locals joke that their town is closer to all Australia's beaches than anywhere else! Just for the record, the closest beach is about 1,500km away in Darwin. Whether you drive, fly or take the train, you will feel you have indeed 'travelled' when you arrive in Alice Springs. READ MORE

Uluru and Kata Tjuta

Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock, has been called the world's largest monolith, but in fact it's part of a bigger underground connection of rocks. [For the record, the world's largest monolith is Mt Augustus in Western Australia.] READ MORE

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