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The Northern Territory is frontier country. From the dry Red Centre, to the lush tropics of the Top End and to coastal Darwin, the Northern Territory will introduce you to wild Australia at its finest.
Fly to Alice Springs, an oasis at the very heart of Australia. In this desert city, learn about ancient Aboriginal culture before exploring the vastness of the Red Centre.
Take a four-wheel drive tour through the spinifex grass and dunes of the Simpson Desert and cool off in a waterhole in the rugged MacDonnell Ranges.
Set out for Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and watch as the iconic Uluru (Ayer’s Rock) transforms from a speck on the horizon to a towering monolith. At the base of the rock is the Uluru Cultural Centre. Just over 30 miles (50 kilometers) from Uluru is the other mesmerizing rock formation, Kata Tjuta (The Olgas). See rocks in a completely different way at Kings Canyon, which is 3 hours from Uluru.
Fly to Darwin in the Top End or travel by train on the historic Ghan Railway. Don’t miss Katherine on the way through for crocodile spotting in Katherine Gorge and cooling off at Leliyn (Edith Falls).
Perched on the central coast of the tropical north is the small Northern Territory capital of Darwin. Keep watch for the colorful fiddler crabs as you wander along the East Point Reserve Mangrove Boardwalk. In the cooler months, stroll around the Mindil Beach Sunset Market on a Thursday or Sunday night. Enjoy the nightlife of Mitchell Street on just about any other night in this youthful, fun-loving city.
Walk in the footsteps of Australian movie legend Crocodile Dundee on a tour to Kakadu National Park within the Alligator Rivers Region and marvel at the abundant birdlife. In the wet season, see the mighty Jim Jim Falls in full flow.
South of Darwin, roll out your swag or enjoy a safari tent camping experience in the diverse Litchfield National Park.
The Northern Territory is vast and remote and you’ll have to come prepared, but with that remoteness comes truly breathtaking nature, and the real spirit of Outback Australia.
A: If you plan to get out and explore the region of Northern Territory, a rental car is a good idea. Roll down your windows and find the attractions and landscapes that this place has to offer. Just sticking to the cities of Darwin or Alice Springs? Your own set of wheels is the perfect way to step off the beaten track. For Cheap Car Hire in Northern Territory, we can help.
A: Get set to begin your wonderful holiday adventure when you touchdown at Darwin, NT (DRW-Darwin Intl.). Operating 87 international flights every month, this is one of the top airports in Northern Territory.
A: You're spoiled for choice when it comes to accommodation in Northern Territory. The most popular style are hotels. But if that's not quite right for you, you can also pick from apartments, motels, hostels and much more.
A: It all comes down to what kind of escape in Northern Territory you're hoping for. Opt for a hotel and flight, or hotel, flight and car, or hotel and car — or any one of these by themselves. If you like, you can also add on some experiences and attractions.
A: You'll be rewarded when you lock in a Northern Territory holiday package via Expedia. Combine your Flights, Hotels and Rental Cars and enjoy unbeatable discounts, such as up to 42% off select properties. You'll soon be looking at your dream itinerary with a price tag that'll knock your socks off.
A: Lake Alexander, Lyons Cottage and Howard Springs Nature Park are just the beginning if you're in search of top attractions in Darwin. You'll end up with a busy itinerary if you're visiting this popular city.
👍We are regulars and never disappointed - pool side service would be the only recommendations
Although we visited out of the normal tourist season, the facilities were good. Food in the restaurant particularly good.
Didn't stay long enough for a strong opinion. It is right in the centre so it is easy to walk around and see the historic sights.
They offered everything that one would need. Shopping mall across the street. Very nice spacious room. Price was very reasonable. We enjoyed our stay!!
Great location. Friendly and helpful staff. Lobby was clean and tidy. Room was fresh and clean
Room was spacious, good shower. We had a meal in the bistro which was good.Friendly staff would stay there again.
Security was good and access to amenities. Staff friendly and check in and out straight forward.