Nature & wildlife
Observe a variety of rare species of flora and native wildlife unique to the surrounds around the many established walking trails, swimming holes and camping areas throughout the Northern Territory.
The NT is home to some of the most incredible habitats in Australia (and arguably the world), including World Heritage-listed sites, numerous national parks, conservation reserves and wildlife sanctuaries. There are boundless opportunities to observe and experience the unique plants and animals of the Territory in their natural environment.
There’s a long list of areas and facilities in Darwin & Surrounds where you can camp or glamp in the great outdoors. The same applies to the Red Centre and in both regions you can find plant and animals species not found anywhere else in the world. Plan your trip around the iconic locations of Kakadu National Park and Uluru–Kata Tjuta National Park. Both are respected internationally and UNESCO World Heritage-listed for their natural and cultural significance to the world.
You can choose to travel as far and as wide as you like in the NT to interact with nature and whether you’re travelling by road, by air, or on the water, the experiences that await are extraordinary and different in every sense.