Natura e fauna
View rare species of flora, native wildlife and birds around the many established walking trails, swimming holes and camping areas in the Northern Territory.
There are hundreds of species of birds, fish, marsupials, reptiles, mammals and native plants found throughout the Top End and Red Centre regions of the Northern Territory.
There are plenty of national parks including two World Heritage-listed sites, conservation reserves and wildlife sanctuaries where you can see the unique plants and animals of the NT in their natural habitat.
On the outskirts of Darwin, pockets of bushland and coastal mangroves thrive within the city limits. The Alice Springs Desert Park is a must visit to learn about the flora and fauna of the desert region and the iconic locations of Kakadu National Park and Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park are known internationally for both their natural and cultural significance.
You can travel as far and as wide as you like to get in touch with nature in the NT – on a road trip, over the water or by air.