Northern Territory



Uluru is synonymous with Australia. Think of one and the other comes to mind. 96 kilometres (60 miles) north of the Northern Territory-South Australian border

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Stuarts Well, NT

Stuarts Well

90 kilometres (56 miles) south of Alice Springs on the Stuart Highway, Stuarts Well is the perfect base for exploring some of the Northern Territory’s

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“Where lone Mount Desolation lies, Mounts Dreadful and Despair ‘Tis lost beneath the rainless skies In hopeless deserts there.” So wrote Henry Lawson in is

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The SA-NT border crossing is more than just a line drawn in the sand. The site includes a free campground, barbecues and picnic tables, toilets, and

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Katherine, in the Northern Territory, is known as the “Crossroads of the North”. The Katherine region stretches from the Gulf of Carpentaria to the Western Australian border

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Darwin is hot and humid for most of the year. And so it was when we arrived one afternoon in early autumn. To the locals

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Threeways Roadhouse, NT

Threeways Roadhouse

Threeways Roadhouse is at the junction of the Stuart and Barkly Highways in the Northern Territory. From there you can head south towards Alice Springs, north to Katherine and Darwin, or

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Kings Canyon

Kings Canyon in the Watarrka National Park, 307 kilometres (191 miles) from Uluru, is one of the Northern Territory’s most remarkable natural wonders. We left the

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Daly Waters

Even those who have never been to the Northern Territory have heard of Daly Waters. The historic Daly Waters Pub is one of those Aussie

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Alice Springs

Alice Springs beckoned and on a hot and sunny day we set off along the Stuart Highway to a town known affectionately as “The Alice”.

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