Northern Territory Tourist Guide

Northern Territory is well known for its numerous national parks. It has abundance of wildlife and biodiversity, alongside some amazing landscape views.

Kakadu National Park is spread across 20,000 square kilometers. It has ever changing landscapes depending on the season you choose to visit. Witness the ancient rock paintings. Experience the diverse wildlife along the way, and swim on pools under the waterfalls. Nourlangieand Ubirrare great for rock arts. Jim Jim will make you fall in love with the waterfalls.

Litchfield National Park is only 90 minutes’ drive from the capital city of Darwin.  It is a great place to swim in crystal clear water and is safe from crocodiles. It is well known for monsoon rain forests, wildlife and historical sites. Visit places like BuleyRockholes, Florence Falls, Wangi Falls and Walker Creekto relax and rejuvenate in water. Visit Magnetic Termite Mouldsas well. Lost City and Tjaynera Falls are the other off route adventures on the way.

Katherine Gorge is the main attraction of the Nitmiluk National Park. A series of sandstone gorges have formed along the river Katherine enroute from Arnhem Coast to the Timor Seas. During dry seasons, the river is comfortable to cruise through the calm waters however, when it rains hard fierce torrents flow turbulently through the gorges. Some of the other attractions at Katherine Gorge requires a few days of hiking. Although most of them are not included in regular tour packages. A 3.2 kilometers loop walk to the Barrawei Lookout provides a great view of the gorge.

Places of Attraction of Northern Territory Tourist Guide