The Northern Territory's Epic Outdoors
Ancient gorges, high-definition dunes, giant boulders, and waterways filled with crocodiles and turtles—these are the reasons you come to the Northern Territory. Cultural tours, down bedding, and good coffee are simply a bonus. Whether you kayak through Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge, hike the world-famous Larapinta Trail, or rise and dine with Uluru (Ayers Rock), your time spent connecting with land and sea will form your most cherished memories.

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Sunrise at KataTjuta

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What could be better than sunrise in the Australian Outback? Or that same sunrise from the back of a camel—perfect cool and cloudless morning combined with the gentle swaying of a camel. As the sun rose in the east, the colors of Kata Tjuta became more vivid. Seeing the changing of the color on both Uluru and Kata Tjuta at sunrise is every bit as dramatic as watching the changing hues of Uluru at sunset. Getting up at 4am was well worth the lost sleep.

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