Northern Territory Information
The Northern Territory is an environment that ebbs and flows with the seasons, ful of contrast and colour, where change is the only constant. Of awe inspiring iconic wonders - the World Heritage National Parks of Kakadu and Uluru-Kata Tjuta (Ayers Rock). Of flora and fauna as diverse as lotus lilies are to desert blooms and the fearsome saltwater crocodile is to the brolga, the elegant dancing bird that is the Northern Territorie's emblem.
The indigenous culture and the Aboriginal people, hold a special deep spiritual connection to the land that dates back tens of thousands of years, yet can still be shared in the present day - through a walk in the desert in search of bush tucker, a visit to the ancient rock art galleries, or simply sitting in on a story-telling session.
The Northern Territory is famous for its colourful characters. The type you'd meet at one of our legendary outback pubs, cattle stations or country towns. Uncomplicated, larger than life, and only too willing to share a story or two. It's hard not to fall in love with our down to earth attitude. Welcoming, friendly and laid back. You'll be struck by the spirit of the people.
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