NT Attractions

Crocodylus Park, the brainchild of world-renowned crocodile biologist Professor Grahame Webb, was officially opened on 29 August 1994. It includes a unique, comprehensive crocodile museum through whic...
Cape Crawford is a remote stop situated at the northern extremity of the Abner Ranges. The Abner Ranges are home to the impressive towering sandstone formations, covering an area of approximately 8 sq...
The popular Tjuwaliyn / Douglas Hot Springs are located approximately 130 kilometres from Katherine and 200 kilometres from Darwin City. Here, thermal pools create an oasis in the surrounding dry wood...
Situated an hour south-east of Katherine is the township of Mataranka and its thermal pool. Situated on the upper reaches of the Roper River, the crystal clear water of the thermal pool is surrounded ...
Also known as Mount Olga or The Olgas, Kata Tjuta are a group of large rock formations, located approximately 25 kilometres from the famous red rock itself, Uluru. Translated from the indigenous Abori...
The Tiwi Islands, Bathurst and Melville, are abundant in arts and crafts, and the colourful culture of the Tiwi people. It is necessary to join an organised one or two-day tour to visit the islands as...
Dotted with sunken ships from World War II, Cyclone Tracy and confiscated Indonesian fishing vessels, Darwin Harbour is surrounded by scenic mangroves and pristine tidal beaches, meeting at Darwin’s c...
The Devils Marbles are located in the Devils Marbles Conservation Reserve approximately 100 kilometres south of Tennant Creek. These clusters of mysterious rock spheres are scattered in heaps througho...
Open every Thursday & Sunday evening between May & October. Choose from up to 60 food stalls featuring cuisine from Turkey, Greece, Sri Lanka, South America, North Africa, India and South East Asia, t...
Darwin's major detention centre for about a century, Fannie Bay Gaol contains some of the most important social histories of the Northern Territory. The former Labour Prison and Her Majesty's Gaol, th...
Trust the Aussies to race homemade boats made out of beer cans and have it be a major event. A day like no other, the Darwin beer can regatta is a uniquely Australian event, where a plethora of beer c...
Litchfield National Park is an easy hour-and-a-half journey from Darwin, and is one of the Top End’s hidden treasures. This unspoiled wilderness boasts monsoon rainforests, cascading waterfalls, diver...
Home to Simpsons Gap, Standley Chasm, Ellery Creek Big Hole and Ormiston Gorge, the West MacDonnell National Park, located west of Alice Springs, encloses a vast section of the MacDonnell Ranges. Each...
An absolutely spectacular place that you simply must visit at least twice; once in the wet season, (December to March) and again in the dry (All other months). This is one place that surpasses all exp...
Possibly Australia’s single most recognisable icon, Uluru lies 465km southwest of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. Uluru lays claim to a circumference of over 8 kilometres, a height of over 31...
Explore the Pine Creek Railway Precinct. The initial terminus of an uncompleted 19th Century transcontinental railway system, the Railway’s contribution to the development of the mining boom in the la...
Fishing in the Top End is largely famed for its impressive catch - the iconic barramundi. An angler's paradise, Arnhem Land offers a myriad of fishing locations to reel in the mighty barra, alongside ...
The rocky outliers, gorges and escarpments of Kakadu National Park are home to some of the world's greatest indigenous rock art, 5000 sites recorded with a further 10,000 thought to exist. Truly a sit...
Disappearing into the skies in a big balloon stands as one of life’s unforgettable experiences in itself, but instead of the usual picturesque blue and green scene, why not try outback ballooning, bei...
Explore the famed floodplains and lush monsoon forests of Mary River National Park and you'll understand why the Northern Territory's natural beauty is an Australian icon. A thriving display of Top En...