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Darwin et ses environs et ses environs

Carte de Darwin et de sa région dans le Territoire du Nord

Traversez la baie à la voile, de Darwin jusqu'aux îles Tiwi, glissez en "air boat" dans les marécages à la rencontre de la faune locale, ou rafraîchissez-vous sous une cascade dans le parc national de Litchfield; vous n'aurez que l'embarras du choix à Darwin et dans ses environs, et vous adorerez découvrir les multiples facettes de cette région très spéciale.

Capitale prospère et accueillante du Territoire du Nord, Darwin attire les voyageurs du monde entier, qui viennent y profiter de son style de vie tropical et décontracté.

Avec ses restaurants au bord de l'eau, ses excursions à la rencontre des crocodiles, son émouvant patrimoine historique et l'accès facile aux charmantes îles Tiwi, il y a beaucoup à faire à Darwin, le temps d'un week-end ou pour un séjour prolongé.

Litchfield National Park est à seulement une heure et demi de Darwin en voiture et c'est l'un des lieux favoris des locaux, tout au long de l'année. On peut facilement en profiter pour une journée, mais avec avec tous ces lieux de baignade et ces magnifiques cascades, ça vaut vraiment la peine de passer la nuit à proximité.

Explorez les zones humides luxuriantes des Mary River wetlands, emblématique microcosme du Top End, grouillant de faune, d'oiseaux et de poissons endémiques. Située à environ une heure à l'est de la ville, la région de Mary River constitue une halte agréable en chemin vers le parc national de Kakadu, ou une excursion facile à la journée depuis Darwin.

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As far as rail journeys go, they don't get much better than #TheGhan! A unique and awe-inspiring experience, you'll explore the wonders of the country's diverse interior in style and comfort on a 2,979 kilometre journey from #Darwin to Adelaide. Known for its iconic place in Australian history and strong connection to the vast landscape, The Ghan is currently celebrating 90 years of outback adventure 🤠 Having been in operation since 1929, its conception and construction is an epic tale of pioneering endurance. At this time of year, @journeybeyondrail runs The Ghan Expedition over three nights (as opposed to the usual two) with excursions in #Katherine, #AliceSprings and Coober Pedy. @jarradseng and @thehatchling recently embarked on the southbound journey - check out our story to see more of the highlights! #NTaustralia #JourneyBeyond

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How's the serenity? 🤩 Our version of Goldilocks, Buley Rockhole involves hopping from pool to pool until you find one that's just right! With a cascading collection of emerald rock pools that seem to go on forever, you could easily spend the whole day here...so, you can skip those expensive spa treatments and take a seat while fast flowing whitewater gives you a shoulder massage 😜 At just over an hour from #Darwin, #Litchfield National Park is a water-lovers' paradise with a number of dip-worthy destinations dotted throughout the area, including Florence Falls and Wangi Falls. If you're looking to stay and explore longer, accommodation is available in the small township of Batchelor along with a number of camp grounds within the park.  Cheers for tagging #NTaustralia, @eefexplores!  #SeeAustralia #TourismTopEnd

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The outback is calling... 🧡 A visit to Simpsons Gap, near #AliceSprings, is a great way to experience the rugged landscape of the West  MacDonnell Ranges. Areas of white sand, huge river eucalyptus trees, and white-barked ghost gums lead to a permanent waterhole in the shelter of rugged cliffs, which are particularly impressive as the sun starts to go down. Nearby walking trails will take you to quiet spots where rock wallabies appear in the early morning and late afternoon, and Cassia Hill offers excellent views of the Larapinta valley. A 24 kilometre hike from Alice Springs Telegraph Station to Simpsons Gap marks the first section of the famous Larapinta Trail, one of Australia's most famous outback walks. The area is an important spiritual site to the Aranda Aboriginal people, where several dreaming stories cross.  Cheers for tagging #NTaustralia, @jarradseng! #SeeAustralia #RedCentreNT

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Get access all areas and unparalleled panoramas with a scenic flight over #Uluru and its vast, magnificent surrounds. By air you’ll get a sense of its enormity and see the fissures and crevices worn into its ancient surface 🙌 Choose your flight of fancy from a range of short, day-long, sunrise or sunset tours with @professional_helicopters or @ayersrockhelicopters. Cheers for tagging #NTaustralia, @seeseaimages! #SeeAustralia #SeeUluru #ExploreUluru

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Camping in #Kakadu is pretty stellar! ✨ The World Heritage-listed national park spans over 20,000 kilometres and no matter where you pitch your tent, you will be star struck by what a sky without light pollution looks like! If #glamping is more your style, check out @kakadutourism's new Dreaming @ HomeBillabong glamping village, located at Cooinda Lodge. Cheers for tagging #NTaustralia, @aurelienrob ! #SeeAustralia #TourismTopEnd #SeeKakadu

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Don’t let the name Bitter Springs fool you, this place is pretty darn sweet! 💦 These crystal clear hot springs are located in Elsey National Park, just two kilometres from #Mataranka and a one-hour drive south of #Katherine. The colours of this spot are almost edible, with decadent turquoise blues from the springs set against the alluring green foliage of surrounding tropical woodlands. Feel like a float? Bring your noodle then walk up from the first entry point to enjoy a short and relaxing natural ride down the stream. Cheers for tagging #NTaustralia, @amyrcooper! #SeeAustralia #TourismTopEnd #VisitKatherine

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The hidden beaches atop the northern point of @Australia’s rich #EastArnhemLand are hailed as some of the NT's, and even the country's, most remote and stunning coastlines. East Woody Beach (Galaru) and East Woody Island (Dhamitjinya), connected via sand banks, boast azure waters, expansive stretches of coastline and some of the best tropical sunsets you'll ever see. Just 3 kilometres away is East Arnhem Land's main centre, #Nhulunbuy, where there are a handful of accommodation options available. Cheers for tagging #NTaustralia, @iamsavi! #SeeAustralia #TourismTopEnd

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You’ll feel instantly at peace when you enter the beautiful Walpa Gorge 🙌 These towering ochre-coloured domes make up #KataTjuta (#TheOlgas), a large rock formation spread over an area of more than 20 kilometres, roughly 30 kilometres from #Uluru. The 2.6 kilometre walk through Walpa Gorge is one of the shorter and easier trails, but if you're looking for a challenge, we suggest the Valley of the Winds walk which will take you on a circuit of a few of the domes. Towards the end of the day, head to the Kata Tjuta sunset viewing area and soak in the changing colours of the domes and the desert sky. Cheers for tagging #NTaustralia, @haylsa and @kyle_hunter!  #SeeAustralia #RedCentreNT

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Calling all adrenaline junkies! If you're looking for a sure-fire way to get your blood pumping, powering through Finke Gorge National Park in Can-am ATV's will definitely do the trick 🙌 A tour with @finkeriveradventures is a must do for all thrill-seekers and is a great way to explore the rugged beauty of this lesser-known Red Centre region. Travelling along exclusive tracks where few others have been, you can go all the way to Palm Valley on a full day tour or alternatively, explore the winding Finke River on a half day experience. Transfers are available from #AliceSprings 👍 Cheers for tagging #NTaustralia, @jordhammond! #SeeAustralia #RedCentreNT #FinkeRiverAdventures

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