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People swimming in Litchfield National Park

Swimmingin the Northern Territory

Im NT gibt es tolle Bademöglichkeiten – erfrischende Wasserlöcher, romantische Wasserfälle, den blauen Ozean und natürlich den Hotelpool.

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If there’s one thing you need to put on your Northern Territory bucket list, it’s finding a natural waterhole and taking a dip amongst nature. From the Top End down to the arid zones of Central Australia, there are sparkling waterholes to be discovered all over.

Maybe a beach is more your style across the Top End? With soft sand and cool water to entice you on a hot day, find your nearest patrolled beach and take a well deserved dip.

If you’re not sure about swimming with nature, don’t worry. There are plenty of pools across the Territory. Take the kids to one of the water parks in Darwin, swim at one of the caravan parks or hotels in Katherine and Tennant Creek, or just enjoy a swim-up bar at your hotel in Alice Springs.

The rules for swimming across the Territory are simple: obey all signs to keep you and your family safe.

Veranstaltungen rund ums Essen & Trinken im NT

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