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If You Only Have Two Weeks in the NT

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When your days are numbered you have to prioritize. In the Northern Territory, that means connecting with Aboriginal people, seeing otherworldly landscapes, and spotting, but not getting eaten by, a crocodile. Darwin is worth a stop, too, particularly for the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets. If you only have two weeks in the Northern Territory, make sure to hit these spots.
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Litchfield Park Road, Litchfield Park NT 0822, Australia

Just two hours south of Darwin, this lush 1,500-square-kilometer (580-square-mile) national park makes for a fantastic day trip. It's an untouched wilderness with a host of attractions: tropical waterfalls, abundant wildlife, dense rain forest,...

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2/13 Travers St, Coconut Grove NT 0810, Australia
Darwin's proximity to Indonesia is evident at the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets, a gorgeous place to be on a balmy tropical evening in this Northern Territory city. Held every Thursday in the dry season months between May and October, this fabulous...
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Petermann NT 0872, Australia
Ayers Rock – known asUluru to the Anangu Aboriginal people of the Northern Territory – is perhaps the most well-known symbol of Central Australia, though there are no photos, no stories, no tales of wonder that can prepare you for seeing the Rock...
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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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Kakadu Hwy, Jabiru NT 0886, Australia
Australia’s largest national park, covering 4.2 million acres, Kakadu is rightly famous for its rugged landscapes, epic waterholes and lily-filled floodplains, home to the largest concentration of saltwater crocodiles (‘salties’) in the world. It’...
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Stuart Hwy, Mataranka NT 0852, Australia
About 65 miles south of Katherine's famous gorges and waterfalls lies the local’s secret that is the Mataranka Hot Springs in Elsey National Park. Between May and September, the water is calm and, in some places, 93 degrees Fahrenheit. The best...
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Corroboree Billabong, Marrakai NT 0822, Australia
Just over 60 miles from Darwin at the edge of Kakadu National Park, the Corroboree Billabong is a healthy arm of the Mary River Wetlands known for white-bellied sea eagles, kingfisher, barramundi fish and the largest concentration of saltwater...