Visit Northern Territory
One must-see location in the Northern Territory is Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, where visitors can get up close to one of the most iconic landmarks in Australia: Uluru (Ayers Rock). The park also contains Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), which offer breathtaking views from every angle.
For a more historical experience, travelers should visit Alice Springs, an iconic town filled with fascinating Aboriginal culture. Here you can learn about Indigenous art and traditions from local artists or take part in educational activities like bushwalking and bird watching.
Finally, if you're looking for an interesting historical fact about the Northern Territory, here it is: The Barkly Tableland was once home to tens of thousands of buffalo until they were wiped out by introduced diseases in the late 1800s.
Cities in Northern Territory
Alice Springs, Driver, Ross, Darwin, Katherine, Johnston, Durack, Rapid Creek, Desert Springs, Parap, Muirhead, Cossack, Bakewell, Herbert, Larrakeyah, Alawa, Milingimbi, Braitling, Central Desert, East Arnhem, Araluen, Larapinta, Millner, Brinkin, Berrimah, Gray, Nakara, Alyangula, Nhulunbuy, Palmerston, Yulara, Coomalie, Moulden, Gunn, Ngukurr, Jingili, Maningrida, Pine Creek, Humpty Doo, The Gap, Stuart Park, Moil, Barkly, Sadadeen, Bellamack, Virginia, Belyuen, Tiwi Islands, Anula, Nightcliff, Rosebery, Karama, Roper Gulf, Adelaide River, Tiwi, Fannie Bay, Woodroffe, Marrara, McMinns Lagoon, Katherine South ...