Kakadu Gunlom Falls, NT
Northern Territory

From Kakadu to Uluru, the NT is brimming with iconic outback landscapes, fascinating wildlife, indigenous culture and endless things to do. This is a place where you can touch the silence, feel the earth and connect with nature like never before. Discover where to visit on your NT holiday, with our travel guides.

Travel guides

Experiences

From hot air ballooning at sunrise, swimming in secret waterholes and crocodile cruises, to Darwin’s eclectic night markets and the fascinating Aboriginal art and culture, incredible moments are waiting in the spiritual heart of Australia. Add in other highlights like the Parrtjima Light Festival and the Territory Arts Trail, and you’ll find the Northern Territory is one destination you just can’t miss.

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Events

We’re help to help you plan a magical experience in the Northern Territory with these top art and cultural events to add to your itinerary.

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Follow the Territory Arts Trail

Discover the Northern Territory’s world-class art and cultural centres, galleries, museums and events through a Territory Arts Trail. As a living, growing exhibition over 50,000 years in the making, you can tailor your trail to suit your needs so you can discover the art and artists that interest you the most.

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The Field of Light

A visit to Uluru isn’t complete without spending an evening at The Field of Light, where colours light up the dessert. Pathways draw you into the art installation, which comes to life under a sky brilliant with stars.
A global phenomenon by internationally acclaimed artist Bruce Munro, has come ‘home’ to the place that inspired it – Uluru. The installation named Tili Wiru Tjuta Nyakutjaku means ‘looking at lots of beautiful lights’.

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Darwin Festival

Discover the hottest winter arts festival this August, with outdoor festivities and a vibrant program of events running from 4 to 22 August 2022. Plan your trip to explore the Darwin Festival and enjoy an 18 day celebration of music, theatre, visual art, dance, cabaret, comedy and more. Image credit Tony Lewis.

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Cultural experiences

Discover the true spirit of Australia. Follow the trails and explore sites, stories, history of Australia’s First Nation cultures.

Visit our guide and book a tour of cultural experiences in the Northern Territory.

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