An adventure seeker's paradise, the Northern Territory teems with spellbinding national parks, Aboriginal culture, desert monoliths and tropical towns. Known as the 'real outback', the Northern Territory features nature on a grand scale and contains some of the most recognisable natural attractions in Australia.
The Northern Territory is home to hundreds of rare species of flora, native wildlife and 52 national parks and nature conservation reserves, while the outback offers vast wide-open spaces and pioneering journeys. Also home to Australia’s largest population of Aboriginal people, it offers a rich array of Aboriginal culture with its 40,000 year old traditions, which include weaving, spear fishing, story telling, rock art and bush tucker tastings on Aboriginal guided tours. The Territory also contains the world’s biggest collection of Aboriginal art.