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Northern Territory is a place rich in Aboriginal history and natural beauty. Immerse yourself in Darwin's cuisine and culture and explore the rainforest and Aboriginal rock art of World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park.

Stay in the Red Centre town of Alice Springs and visit the Uluru-Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon. Uluru Rock is synonymous with Australia’s iconic interior. The monolith stands 348 metres high, and has a great cultural significance for the traditional Aboriginal owners, the Anangu people. Located 40 kilometres to the west of Uluru are the massive rock domes of Kata Tjuta/The Olgas, which date back over 500 million years.

Cruise down vast Katherine Gorge or pan for gold at Tennant Creek. The Northern Territory also offers colourful outback characters and landscapes for outdoor adventure.

When to visit:
Northern Territory is a year-round destination. Take care of extreme summer heat in the inland region and the heat, humidity and rainfall during the wet season at the Top End.

Weather and Climate:
Top End has daytime temperatures average between 30 and 35 degrees all year round. The dry season (May - October) has sunny days while the wet season (November - April) is hot and humid with tropical storms. Other parts of the territory have four distinct seasons. Winter (June - August) has warm days and cool nights while summer (December - February) is very hot with temperatures in the high 30s.