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Northern Territory

The Northern Territory extends over approx. one sixth of the Australian continent, however it is the least populated region of Australia. It stretches over entirely different climate zones, from the tropical north with the capital town Darwin to the deserts of central Australia with Alice Springs and Ayers Rock. As the name suggests, the NT is not a full state of the Australian Commonwealth. 

Northern Territory has two National Parks that are listed as world heritages, the Kakadu National Park in the North and the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park close to Alice Springs.

One of the most famous attractions is the red centre with Ayers Rocks (the Aboriginals official name is Uluru), the Olgas and Kings Canyon. Other highlights are the Kakadu National Park with Aboriginal Rock Art and fascinating wildlife, Katherine George and Litchfield National Park. 

Whoever is in search of the loneliness with an Australia flavour will certainly find it in the NT. It is quite difficult to find busy places outside of Darwin and Alice Springs.


Alice Springs

During its 125-year history Alice Springs developed from a forsaken telegraph station into the core city of the Northern territories. For tourists...

Cobourg Penisnsula

Cobourg penisnsula, located in the North of the Northern Territories, attracts tourists by the Cobourg Marine Park and the Garig Gunak National...


If you ask a local when is the best time to visit Darwin, most will say in the rainy season (October to March). Then everything is lush, there is...

Kakadu National Park

The exotic Kakadu National Park is famous for its large variety of wild life and for the famous rock art of Australia's first inhabitants. The...


Katherine is the only significant city, situated between Alice Springs and Darwin, and has everything necessary for a small city to be...

Uluru-Kata Tjuta

Uluru National Park rises about 350 meters above ground level, though in reality this giant is much bigger, because it is embedded in the ground...

Tiwi Islands

The Tiwi Islands consist of two flat islands – Bathurst and Melville. These islands are native land of Tiwi aborigines. In 1820 British...


Melbourne Cup Timetable 2009
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Melbourne Cup 2008
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Russian flag on Mount Kosciuszko
Russian climber Alexey Kuzminykh and his team of alpinists reached Australia's highest mountain peak, Mt. Kosciuszko at 2228 m, where the Sochi 2014 flag now flies.