Northern Territory & Red Centre

An adventure seeker’s mecca, the Northern Territory teems with spellbinding national parks, Aboriginal culture, clear waterholes, desert monoliths and tropical town charms.

Why visit Northern Territory & Red Centre ?

  • Ride the infamous Ghan Train on an iconic journey from North to South Australia
  • Enjoy dinner under the stars beside Ayers Rock (Uluru)
  • Learn of the rich aboriginal traditions
  • Search for Wildlife on ‘safari’ at Bamarru Plains

The Northern territory is vast, extending from the centre of Australia’s map, near Uluru and the town of Alice Springs, to the coastal capital city of Darwin and its neighbouring islands.

Despite its geographical footprint, this is a territory rather than a state because of its small population. Just over 250,000 people live here – less than half the headcount in Tasmania.

Strong indigenous cultures offer thriving art practices, ancient storytelling and deep spiritual tradition. And diverse national parks provide striking landscapes.




A visa is required for UK passport holders

Health Requirements

No mandatory vaccinations are required

Time Difference

GMT +8 to +10 hours

Flight Time

22 hours with one stop


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