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Tropical Light
Explore Darwin’s 2.5km outdoor exhibition of spectacular illuminated sculptures. World renowned artist Bruce Munro presents Tropical Light, the first major event taking place throughout Darwin’s tropical summer. Darwin’s CBD comes to life at night! T... See more
Maguk Gorge Kakadu National Park
A good twenty - twenty five minute walk from the car park makes it all the more worthwhile, as does the climb to the top of the falls - relatively easy - which, apart from the views affords you the pick of half a...
This waterfall was so easy to get to, it is a good idea to wear shoes or boots as you are rock hopping a little.
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Gunlom Waterfall Creek Kakadu National Park
Close to the car park there is a lagoon where you can swim and the view of the waterfall is amazing.
Two wheel drive accessible but four wheel drive preferable to reach this stunning spot in the Kakadu National Park.
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Adelaide River War Cemetery Adelaide River
Walking through the cemetery reading the brass plaques of those who paid the ultimate sacrifice is a very moving experience.The whole area is in an immaculate condition with beautiful plants, lawns & quality stone...
There is also a short movie to be watched what tell you the story of WW II and Australia under attack of the Japanese armada.
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Litchfield National Park Batchelor
It's everything most people think about when they think of the natural beauty of the top end, and all without having to travel all the way to Kakadu or further; waterfalls, swimming holes, bush walking, it's all t...
Best value is a self-drive tour: stop at places you want to explore and walk or swim at your own pace.
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Ubirr Kakadu National Park
The climb from the car park, past the Aboriginal Rock Art to the top of the rock formation, where the best views and photography is available, takes around 45 minutes to an hour, depending on fitness and your own...
Ubiir is on elf the main rock art sites in Kakadu, once you have purchased your parks pass you then get access to free ranger guided talks and activities - Our guide was fantastic and very good at what he does, a...
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Katherine Outback Experience Katherine
We recently went on the Ghan and chose in Katherine to visit the Outback Experience Show and what a show it wasHosts are excellent and his knowledge and feel for both horses and dogs amazing.We are race horsing pe...
Tom demonstrates his years of experience breaking horses and working on outback cattle stations with a fantastic show of horsemanship, working authentic Australian cattle dog and a little singing along the way.
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Wangi Falls Litchfield National Park
it is beautiful so calming ,plenty of shade and bbqs clean toilets and showers, plus plenty of parking you could spend all day there
From the car park it is a short distance along a good path to a nice grassed area in front of a huge pool the water of which comes from the 2 falls which arise from the one stream at the top.
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Ormiston Gorge and Pound West MacDonnell National Park
The largest and most colourful of the the West Mac gorges, Ormiston boats excellent walking and impressive scenery, permanent water and sweeping views from the nearby mountains.
It follows the slope past first lookout into the flat expanse of the pound surrounded by ridges, then through sandy dry river crossing and rock hopping along narrow gorge to the waterhole.
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Florence Falls Litchfield National Park
Bring your swimmers for this unforgettable experience of a swim in the cool waters beneath a natural waterfall ..... there is an easy walk ( after first descending 150 stairs ) from the car park along an easy , sh...
We decided to use the path to return to the car park and walk through the forests which were lovely and although it took a bit longer, it wasn’t as strenuous as walking back up all the stairs.
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Ormiston Gorge Alice Springs
Ormiston Gorge is a great place to visit, great scenery and a great place to camp, The Kiosk is outstanding, service is excellent and, although small, the food is terrific.
The kiosk has new ownership and a new menu with homemade treats as well, and is open more frequently, which is awesome as it's so good to get a cool drink here after a refreshing swim.
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Valley of the Winds Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
... the valley if it gets to hot in summer, you can refill drinking containers before you start, take your time, there are seats along the way if you need a break, you can do the full loop, or just do the shorter ...
As a ‘Younger ‘ Senior, I found the walk to the first lookout manageable, however it is stoney underfoot and I appreciated my hiking boots.
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Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory Darwin
This Museum has a beachside setting and many unique exhibits, including fantastic Indigenous artworks, Indonesian fishing vessels and local flora and fauna (the famous croc exhibit ‘Sweet Heart’ is a must see).
A lovely display of local, indigenous and other art, geology, prehistoric and natural history, local flora, fauna, reptiles, fish, crocs, boats, etc. well worth a visit, and entry is free!!
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Edith Falls Katherine
Swimming is very safe for all ages, but of course supervision for tots, the ablutions are spotless, interpretative boards by the kiosk are very good, as with all our bush walks, hats, water and good sturdy shoes (...
This was a highlight of our week travelling the Territory- the campground is delightful - in the end we stayed two days - the wading pool is great for lolling around while the walk to the upper pool is well worth...
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Kings Canyon Red Centre
If you have the stamina and agility to complete the walk we highly recommend it - the views are fantastic and you are right in amongst it, the Garden of Eden was excellent (we had it all to ourselves so were very...
We did it in about three hours enjoying every step, the garden of Eden is a magnificent spot to stop for lunch, the scenery so beautiful this was the highlight of out trip simply stunning
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Berry Springs Nature Park Darwin
Perfect for a day out with the family or friends swimming & relaxing, picnic benches and BBQ areas, always lovely and clean and well maintained, with a small kiosk for essentials, right across from a great tavern...
this is a beautiful spot for a swim the top pool has a small waterfall that you can go in behind and then just sit with the water flowing down over the top of you this is very relaxing, this area is quite shallow.
Leanyer Recreation Park Darwin
The kiosk has a great selection, or just bring your own!
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Buley Rockhole Litchfield National Park
Cool flowing water with plenty of people having a swim on a gloriously warm spring day, brings a smile to any face.This has a short walk down with a car park up the top and is highly desirable to the young ones as...
Beautiful ... water is nice and amazing for a sunbath Be careful though as rocks are quite slippery, There are some really deep holes and some are shallow so people of all ages can enjoy People were diving but I w...
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MacDonnell Ranges West MacDonnell National Park
Great day well planned fabulous food brilliznt guide Kieren.Recommend you do it The stops were well distanced and planned.Not too much walking.A great day.Remember fly masks tho.
The scenery is breathtaking and a visit here makes a fantastic day trip from Alice Springs.
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Nourlangie Rock Jabiru
If you hike up the lookout (only about 200-300 metres from car park) there are great views of the rock escarpment.
We had done this on a previous trip so kept walking, however well worth the visit.
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Yubu Napa Art Gallery Alice Springs
Karl Bajzik, co-owner, gave me a personal tour and spent lots of time teaching about the evolution of this original art form and the venture into more contemporary dot art with the addition of stunning colors (blu...
From the street it might look like a small ‘gift’ shop but when you venture in, you’ll see that it is a truly fantastic, deceptively large gallery showcasing a variety of local artists’ work.
Finke Gorge National Park Alice Springs
I highly recommend that you do the south east walk that exits from the campground as it has the most gorgeous scenery and beautiful flora.
This is a serene, beautiful spot and the camping ground is the best in the area set on a stunning plain dotted with rocky outcrops.
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Bitter Springs Mataranka
We had a marvellous overnight stay at Bitter Springs Caravan Park in one of their excellent cabins, Would highly recommend this park, friendly staff & clean, well appointed cabins
we called in here after a long day of driving from Camooweal to Katherine, after such a long drive this was a lovely spot to go for a swim , the water is nice and warm, crystal clear and has a gentle current that...
East Point Reserve Darwin
East Point Reserve is home to abundant wildlife, and we love to go for a stroll to look for wallabies, bandicoots, brushtail possums and numerous species of reptiles, butterflies and birds.
Take a walk or a bike ride around to see the wallabies, WW2 military buildings and the military museum.
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Nightcliff Jetty Darwin
great spot for a walk, a swim in the pool or just sitting on the rocks, enjoying a glass of champagne and nibbles while enjoying a great sunset
It was a lovely stroll to the end, where one can stand and watch the sunset or take spectacular pictures from many angles.
Karlu Karlu-Devils Marbles Conservation Reserve Wauchope
It was one of our most enjoyable and spectacular one night stops and I'd recommend everyone at least stop for a quick wander around as they drive up or down the Stuart Highway.
I would think a perfect stop over for Aborigines passing through It is very close to the camping area see if you can find it
Kuniya Walk Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
A short walk from Kaniya car park to Mutitjula Waterhole, very easy walk to dd, worth the effort to see the wall paintings.
The walk from the car park to the Mutitjulu Waterhole is flat and easily accessible.
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Anzac Hill Alice Springs
On the other side being located on a hill at one end of the town, the lookout gives you a great 360 view of the town and surrounding McDonald Ranges and the Todd River.
A wonderful tribute to those ANZAC' s who made the ultimate sacrifice, as are the Avenues of Honour throughout Australia.
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Ayers Rock and the Olgas Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
... must do We have also watched the sunset from the sunset viewing area and recommend this too The sunset from near the Yulara Resort is also definitely worth seeing too and I have included a photo Just fabulous
... to and from the resort, ongoing culturally sensitive commentary but experienced tour guides, alcoholic beverages including beer, wine and champers, nibbles and of course the outstanding visual scenery experience.
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Alice Springs Telegraph Station Historical Reserve Alice Springs
... in the mid 1800s The are is situated on the Todd river in a very picturesque spot with easy access for all abilities,there is also many options for cycling and walking, with bicycle hire available at the kiosk.
This was a fascinating insight into outback life over a hundred years ago, leaving one full of admiration for these pioneers who really had to be self-sufficient as supplies came from Adelaide only once a year.
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Araluen Arts Centre Alice Springs
Aviation museum, arts centre with two indigenous art galleries, superb museum of natural history, plus a cafe and gardens - very interesting.
... was the museum that had samples of meteorites and demonstrations of their impact on landforms, the display of various rock types , the show of (stuffed) Australian outback wildlife ( beautifully displayed).