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Aquatic Highlights of the Northern Territory

While the Red Centre provides some of the most enduring images of Australia’s Northern Territory—desert landscapes and the stark monolith of Uluru (Ayers Rock)—there's a lesser-known trove of natural beauty to be discovered among the Northern Territory’s coastal and aquatic wonders. From secret beaches in Arnhem Land to the cascades of Kakadu National Park, this remote and spectacular region offers aquatic-oriented diversions guaranteed to blow your preconceptions out of the water.
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Gorge Rd, Nitmiluk NT 0852, Australia
The township of Katherine is the gateway to one of the most awe-inspiring wonders of Australia’s Outback: Nitmiluk National Park. Owned by the Jawoyn Aboriginal people and jointly managed with the Parks and Wildlife Commission, the park features...
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Kakadu Hwy, Jabiru NT 0886, Australia
This World Heritage-listed national park is fed by pristine river systems, and it's alive with the various calls of over 280 bird species. But the best way to explore the floodplains, billabongs, and rugged stone landscape of Kakadu and Arnhem...
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Darwin City NT 0800, Australia
The cosmopolitan spirit of this remote city takes some visitors by surprise. But you’ll know not to underestimate the multicultural charms of Darwin, or its equally appealing waterfront setting. Sea Darwin offers a range of 'eco cruise'...
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The Yolŋu (pronounced yol-noo) people of North East Arnhem Land are members of the oldest living culture on the planet, dating back at least 50,000 years. As such, they have a time-tested belief system and knowledge base about land and culture and...
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Tiwi Islands NT 0822, Australia
The duo Bathurst and Melville make up the Tiwi Islands—also known as "the islands of smiles"—and they provide a brilliant primer on Aboriginal culture and art, along with tropical scenery and prime blue-water fishing. Join a SeaLink Tiwi Tour,...