The Northern Territory is rugged, beautiful and the place that you head to in search of adventure. We’ve spent a fair bit of time exploring this amazing region, and can’t wait to head back for more. If you are chasing guides on what to do, where to go and more, you’ll find it here.
If you are looking for some amazing camp sites in the Northern Territory, this is where you’ll find them!
Kakadu National Park is one of the most well known parks in Australia, and for good reason. If you are wondering whether its Kaka-do, or Kaka-don’t, check this out!
There’s been so many breath-taking places that we’ve been to in Australia, and Ubirr is high up on the list. What you see is so unexpected, and truly beautiful.
Litchfield was a huge surprise for us; its an absolutely mind blowing place with so many amazing water holes that are for the most part, extremely accessible
The Katherine Hot Springs are one of the easiest to access in the country, and are great for a dip at any time of the day. Find out everything you need to know about them here.
We love nothing more than a location that exceeds our expectations, and Robin Falls did this by a country mile. It’s a beautiful place to have a hike and dip, and to camp at too, if you want.
There’s a lot of impressive places in Kakadu National Park, but Gunlom is a highlight for many.
Our favourite destination in Kakadu National Park is Koolpin Gorge. It’s beautiful, peaceful, away from the crowds and you need a 4WD to get there. Find out more here.
If you are after something a little different, the Zebra Rock Mine just on the edge of Lake Argyle is truly amazing.
Our primary destination in the NT was Lorella Springs, and for good reason. This is like no where else; amazing coastline, incredible fishing, camping options galore and throw in some of the best hot springs and water holes you’ve ever experienced; you get the idea.
One of the most beautiful and easy to get to waterfalls in Litchfield National Park is Florence, and if you get there early it can be quiet and truly stunning.
In order to kill a day at Dundee Caravan Park, we headed into Territory Wildlife Park, not sure of whether it would be worth it or not. We were seriously surprised on a number of levels, and have done a review here.