Not to be missed in the Northern Territory

The wild and magical home of the Aboriginal culture

The northern territory is an immense wilderness where nature and Aboriginal culture are very present. Of the 200 000 inhabitants, 40,000 are Aboriginal. Explore this vast region by motorhome from Darwin and Alice Springs.

Kakadu National Park

This park is full of wildlife and exceptional flora. It is also known for its rock art and many ancient Aboriginal sites.

Kings Canyon

Kings Canyon is part of Watarrka National Park. This arid landscape, with its imposing rock cliffs, has a rather green vegetation and a river, making it like an oasis in a desert.

Uluru et Kat Tjuta

Ayers Rock, or Uluru, is the emblem of Australia. It is an impressive, gigantic monolith. There are other monoliths, the highest being Mt Olga, just 30 km form Uluru.

Litchfield National Park

This is a beautiful park where cliffs meet waterfalls and tropical vegetation. It is possible to swim in certain areas. 

Tiwi Islands et Arnhem Land

About 80 km north of Darwin are the Tiwi Islands, home to the Tiwi Aboriginal people. Visits to these areas can only be done through an organised, guided tour. Arnhem Land, in the northestern area of the Northern Territory, is also fairly inaccessible without a guide and is home to a large Aboriginal Reserve. These preserved sites offer spectacular landscapes and rock art that are protected and intact.

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Alice Springs