Showcasing an incredibly versatile landscape, from tropical jungles to desert terrain, Australia's Northern Territory is full of fascinating surprises. There's no shortage of areas to explore, whether you're hoping for a coastal holiday, or an Outback adventure. This beautiful state is split into two main areas – Top End and Red Centre. In Top End, you'll find the multicultural capital of Darwin, where you can duck into museums, dine in excellent restaurants, and enjoy a spot of shopping on the promenade. Outside of Darwin, there are areas of extraordinary natural beauty like Kakadu National Park, Arnhem Land, or the idyllic village of Katherine, home to the world-renowned Katherine Gorge. This part of the Northern Territory boasts plenty of cultural and natural attractions, warm weather, and a deep-rooted and important indigenous culture. The second of the Northern Territory’s two main areas is the Red Centre. Throughout the region, you’ll find some of Australia's most sacred Aboriginal sites hidden among the desert lands, rugged mountains and rocky gorges. Discover quintessential landscapes and locations like the remote town of Alice Springs, the iconic and mythological Uluru rock, or the domed-shaped Kata Tjuta rocks. There’s plenty to explore here and this region allows you to experience the true Australian Outback.