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Events and Festivals in the NT

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The Northern Territory event calendar includes the traditional (Katherine's Barunga Festival), the animal-centric (the Lasseters Camel Cup), and the hilarious (the Darwin Beer Can Regatta). There are also options for alternative arts and music junkies, nature aficionados, and everyone else in between.
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Alice Springs NT 0870, Australia
Watching camels gallop (if gallop is indeed what camels do) around the dusty Outback track at the Lasseters Camel Cup is a sight unlike anything you've ever seen. Each of the 5,000 guests in attendance carries on like they're in on some great...
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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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2/13 Travers St, Coconut Grove NT 0810, Australia
One of the best sunsets you can experience with the most beautiful views is in Darwin, Northern Territory. I went on a Sunday night so I also got to taste of the different flavors from around the world at the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets (Thursday...
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Jabiru NT 0886, Australia
Every September, Kakadu's Jabiru Lakeside Park presents Mahbilil: a day of live music, traditional dance, circus, bush tucker, cooking competitions, sports, workshops, and market vendors. Much of the entertainment focuses on Aboriginal artists and...
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Macdonnell Ranges, Hugh NT 0872, Australia
Hidden in the MacDonnell Ranges about 50 miles east of Alice Springs, one of Australia's most intimate festivals unfolds along the 300-million-year-old N’dhala Gorge. Wide Open Space, usually held at the end of April, was born in 2009 as a way for...
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Barunga NT 0852, Australia
Katherine's biggest annual event, Barunga brings together locals, foreigners and the traditional owners of the land to celebrate art, music, dance, sport and the sharing of stories, culture and food around campgrounds—both literal and...