Discover Australia’s Northern Territory
Connect with local culture and sacred natural spaces in Australia’s Northern Territory. In Darwin, explore Asian flavors at the city’s celebrated outdoor markets. Kakadu National Park has the world’s largest concentration of ancient rock art. In Australia’s red heart, discover Ayers Rock at Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, a World Heritage Site, known for its bright, starry skies. Whether you want to trek the outback or journey into Aboriginal Dreamtime at Australia’s sacred natural spaces, a Northern Territory vacation package with Liberty Travel takes you from the familiar to the exotic and back.
Northern Territory at a Glance
Currency: Australian Dollar ($)
Tipping Customs: While Australians don’t generally tip, in recent years it has become more customary to tip for exceptional service
Popular Drink: Gulbarn bush tea
Must Eat: Discover the hunter-gathering food culture of the Anangu people in Uluru
Power Up: Type I (three-prong type) 240 V
Weather: Around Darwin, November to April is the wet season and May through October is the dry season. The central area (Uluru) sees all four seasons, with winter getting quite cold and summers being quite hot.
Best Time to Visit: Darwin is great to visit year-round, but if you plan to visit Uluru, come in the spring and fall when the weather is milder.
Ayers Rock rises 1,000 feet above the flat expanse of the outback. Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its significance to Aboriginal cultures, and for its natural wonders. The stars just seem closer here. The bird watching is incredible. Watch the sunset over the great rock, take a bush hike, go foraging, ride a camel through the desert, or enjoy a romantic night under the stars.
Northern Territory Deals
Top Things to Do in the Northern Territory
See Ancient Rock Art
Kakadu National Park is home to some of the world’s oldest Aboriginal rock art, with some pieces dating back 20,000 years.
Visit Australia’s Red Sacred Heart
Ayers Rock, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is a sacred site to the Aboriginal people and one of Australia’s most iconic natural landmarks. Go stargazing, hiking, or explore Aboriginal art, culture, and stories.
Gorgeous Views Await
Paddle to remote waterfalls or soak in the swimming holes at Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge).
Learn about hunter-gatherer ways of life and taste bush food and tea with Aboriginal guides across the Northern Territory.
Get in Touch with Nature
The Northern Territory is known for its natural wonders. Discover parks including Litchfield National Park, known for its incredible waterfalls, and Kings Canyon, for its spectacular views.
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