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Northern Territory Highlights
World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park and Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park are two of the biggest names and have every right to hog attention. View rock art in Kakadu that dates back thousands of years and gaze in awe at the sight of Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) – postcards simply don’t do it justice.
Spotted within Watarrka National Park, Kings Canyon is another mind-boggling creation with its sandstone walls rising to massive heights.
Alice Springs is an action-packed town in its own right, but its ease of accessibility to the treasure-laden East and West MacDonnell Ranges provides even more appeal. Standley Chasm is one of the most prominent natural features to view along this stretch.
Easily accessed from the quirky UFO-themed town of Wycliffe Well, Karlu Karlu/Devil’s Marbles is another must-see formation where huge boulders appear to be precariously placed on top of each other.
Litchfield National Park, with its waterfalls and termite mounds, and Nitmiluk National Park, highlighted by imposing Katherine Gorge, are other areas that demand attention.
It’s not all about nature in the Northern Territory. A host of welcoming towns are full of history, while Darwin is a great capital that boasts superb attractions such as open-air markets and crocodile-themed parks.
Wherever you go, BIG4 provides you with a variety of accommodation options to match your needs, including powered and unpowered caravan sites and campsites or fully self-contained accommodation complete with air conditioning.
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