The vast and diverse landscapes of the Red Centre are simply iconic. Explore more by venturing to Kata Tjuta, Kakadu, Litchfield and the Tiwi Islands. Travel through red desert sands, mulga forest and green valleys to explore the ancient culture of this unusual Northern Territory. There’s no end to what you’ll discover here. Check out the best of The Red Centre Way.
Ride around the Alice Town
Alice is Australia’s most famous adventurous outback town. You can travel around the historic sites, visit Aboriginal art galleries, join a cultural event, and try adventure activities in the desert landscape. Enclosed by the MacDonnell Range, Alice hosts a number of festivals and events regularly. Spend a day watching animals in Central Australia’s habitats at wildlife parks or walk around the arid botanic garden. Fun seekers can go on bike rides to Simpsons Gap or simply view the MacDonnell Range from the cockpit of a helicopter.
Enjoy outdoor activities in Uluru
Uluru is well-known for its rock formations, dance forms, art and overall way of life. Get ready to be carried away by the sight of natural World Heritage sites. Choose from a range of spectacular options such as natural wonders and unique wildlife safaris. Explore this exquisite wilderness on camel back, a quad bike or by flying in a unique way.
A short trip to Kakadu
A short trip to Kakadu will take you to an adventure world where you can explore the ancient rock art spots, wind your way through untouched wetlands and get a glimpse of the best of Northern Territory. The natural landscapes, rich cultural heritage and exclusive wildlife of Kakadu are worth experiencing at least once in a lifetime.
Discover the beauty of the Katherine from the Gulf of Carpentaria on the West Australian border. Katherine is the fourth largest town of the Northern Territory and is an apt base for exploring Nitmiluk National Park. It is a perfect holiday place for travellers who want to walk around chasms, water-holes, waterfalls and thermal springs.
Camping at Tennant Creek
Whether it’s a short visit or you want to stay for long, Tennant Creek will blow you with its enlightening exquisiteness, native history and incredible desert landscapes. Stay in a tent at Karlu Karlu or Devils Marbles, walk through the Honeymoon Ranges, or go bird watching near scenic water-holes. You can also climb aboard a 4WD and race through the Davenport Range National Park.