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In the NT Red Centre, the Aboriginal sacred site of Kata Tjuta - Photo: Oliver Strewe
Photo: In the NT Red Centre, the Aboriginal sacred site of Kata Tjuta - Photo: Oliver Strewe Visit the Northern Territory

Northern Territory Attractions

Map of Attractions in Darwin: Darwin Map showing Attractions or the Northern Territory Map.

Name Attraction Extra Info Address

Alice Springs Cultural Precinct

The Alice Springs Cultural Precinct is a great way to explore Aboriginal culture. Here are some of the best cultural and historical attractions in Alice Springs. Araluen Centre and Galleries, Namatjira Gallery, Grand Circle Yeperenye Sculpture, Museum of Central Australia, the Strehlow Research Centre, Central Australian Aviation Museum, Territory Craft and Memorial Cemetery.

Alice Springs Cultural Precinct

Open open: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm Wknds, Public Holidays 10am to 5pm. Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day and Good Friday.Phone
+ 61 8 8951 1120.

Corner Larapinta and Memorial Drive

NT
0870

Alice Springs Desert Park

Designed to move well beyond the boundaries of traditional zoos, botanic gardens and museums, the park has adopted a holistic "habitat-based and story driven" approach. 10 mins drive from the center of Alice Springs.

Alice Springs Desert Park

Open 7.30am to 6.00pm everyday except Christmas Day. Admission Fees. Phone
+ 61 8 8951 8788

Larapinta Drive

NT
2000

Aquascene

Hand feed the fish - at high tide hundreds of fish come into the shallows looking for a free feed - and they certainly get it at Aquascene!

Aquascene

While the property is still primarily a private residence, it is opened up to the public each day for the feeding. Open 7 days a week except Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year"s Day. Phone
08 8981 7837. Feeding times available on website.

Doctors Gully

NT
0800

Name Attractions Extra Info Address

Christchurch Cathedral Darwin

Damaged during WWII by Japanese bombing, and destroyed by Cyclone Tracy in 1973, the cathedral has been rebuilt using parts of the original structure.

Christchurch Cathedral

Smith St and Esplanade S, Wharf Precinct

NT
0800

Crocodylus Park

A wildlife educational adventure - Come on a journey of discovery as you meet the largest reptiles on the planet, in the capable hands of trained tour guides

Crocodylus Park

Phone
+ 61 8 8922 4500

PO Box 530

NT
0813

Kakadu National Park

Dramatic rock formations amidst an ancient landscape, Kakadu National Park is the largest of all the national parks in Australia. Covering almost 20,000 square kms. this park has been listed as a World Heritage. A third of all known animal and bird species found in Australia inhabit this park, majestic waterfalls and the Alligator River make this park unique. Co-managed with the Aboriginal traditional owners and the

Kakadu National Park

Certain areas are of this park are not accessible during the Wet season. Phone
Phone: +61 8 8938 1120 for more information regarding Aboriginal tours and the park.

NT
0886

Territory Wildlife Park

The Territory Wildlife Park, self guided with over six kilometres of walking trails that link each exhibit and a free shuttle train also circulates continuously picking up and dropping off at the main entrance to each exhibit. We recommend you allow between 4 hours and a full day.

Territory Wildlife Park

Open every day of the year from 8.30am to 6pm except Christmas Day. Phone
+ 61 8 8988 7200

Cox Peninsula Road

NT
0871

Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park

This park, now co jointly managed with the traditional owners of the land, the Anangu and the Australian Government, is the location of the Red Centre heart of Australia, Uluru, formerly Ayers Rock. Anangu do not climb Uluru because of its great spiritual significance. There are many other walks around this ancient rock formation, taking in the environment, animals, flora and Aboriginal culture.

Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park

Phone
+061 8 8956 1128 for more information.

Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park

NT
0872

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