If you are heading to the Red Centre, (the Northern Territory), to live or travel, this page is set up by migrants to give you some ideas of where to camp, holiday, visit or even visit for free.
From Darwin to Alice Springs, and all of the amazing places in between, the Northern Territory is renowned for its culture, amazing sunsets, unique wild life and red earth.
The Northern Territory Government has a Park Stay Locator. This will show you all of the available parks in the NT along with the amenities at each park or convenient accommodation in the surrounding areas. To view the locator click the image in the Blue Box.
If you have found a gem of a spot to holiday, please fill out he below form so other migrants can enjoy what NT has to offer.
Road Trip Stops
Uluru is the aboriginal name for what was known as Ayres Rock. The red earth is incredible! I have never seen any thing like it before. The days are hot and the nights are cold.
If you have Australia on your bucket list then Uluru is some thing you must see. We walked the base of the rock and you can feel the history. We even got dinner and a glass of sparkling after the tour.
Make sure you pack comfortable shoes, sunscreen and water bottles for your adventures
Not at all what I expected! Katherine is what happens when a desert has water… Hot springs, lush greenery and red sand. Such an incredible weekend away. Wish we went for longer. The hot springs where amazing (make sure you red the signs) and the water ways and rock formations are stunning.
”If you are road tripping through the Northern Territory either from Darwin to Uluru or Coober Pedy to Katherine, then it is tradition that you stop at the Daly Waters Pub. It is like nothing else you will see on your adventures and feels like the most Aussie place that ever existed. I genuinely believe that if you want to see Australia that you must see the NT!Tullie