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If you live for adventure and love the great outdoors, you've found your spiritual home in the Northern Territory. Walk, swim, sail or fly to experience the region's dramatic landscapes, diverse wildlife and ancient heritage, from vast red deserts, hidden waterholes and outback stations to plunging gorges, rocky outcrops and pristine white beaches.
Northern Territory (abbreviated as NT) is a federal Australian territory in the centre and central northern regions of Australia. It shares borders with Western Australia to the west South Australia to the south , and Queensland to the east.
To the north, the territory is bordered by the Timor Sea, the Arafura Sea and the Gulf of Carpentaria. Despite its large area-over 1,349,129 square kilometres (520,902 sq mi), making it the third largest area in Australian it has only 233,300. It has the smallest population of any other state or territory of Australia.
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The Main Regions of Nothern Territory are -

- Arnhem Land
- Barkly Tableland
- Central Australia/Alice Springs Region/Red Centre
- Darwin Region
- Katherine Region
- Top End
- Victoria River

Best Things to do in Northern Territories are -

1. Uluru
Nothing in Australia is as readily identifiable as Uluru (Ayers Rock). No matter how many times you've seen it on postcards, nothing prepares you for the hulk on the horizon - so solitary and impressive. Uluru is 3.6km long and rises a towering 348m from the surrounding sandy scrubland (867m above sea level). If that's not enough, it's believed that two-thirds of the rock lies beneath the sand. Closer inspection reveals a wondrous pitted and contoured surface concealing numerous sacred sites of particular significance to the Anangu people. If your first sight of Uluru is during the afternoon, it appears as an ochre-brown colour, scored and pitted by dark shadows. As the sun sets, it illuminates the rock in burnished orange, then a series of deeper and darker reds before it fades into charcoal. A performance in reverse, with marginally fewer spectators, is given at dawn.

2. The Olgas
A striking group of domed rocks huddle together about 35km west of Uluru to form Kata Tjuta (the Olgas). There are 36 domed rocks shoulder to shoulder forming deep valleys and steep-sided gorges. Most visitors find them as captivating as their prominent neighbour. The tallest rock, Mt Olga (546m, 1066m above sea level) is approximately 200m higher than Uluru. Kata Tjuta means 'many heads' and is of great tjukurpa significance, so climbing on the domed rocks is not advised.

3. Kings Canyon
Watarrka (Kings Canyon) National Park features one of the most spectacular sights in central Australia - the yawning chasm of Kings Canyon. The Kings Creek Walk is an easy trail following the rocky creek bed to a raised platform with views of the towering canyon rim. Walkers are rewarded with awesome views on the strenuous Kings Canyon Rim Walk. After a steep climb, the walk skirts the canyon's rim before entering the Garden of Eden: a lush pocket of cycads around a natural pool.

4. Kakadu National Park
Kakadu National Park showcases the remarkable landscape, wildlife and cultural heritage of the Northern Territory. It is so much more than just a nature reserve; it is a celebration of the enduring link between the Indigenous custodians and the country they have nurtured for thousands of years. Visit wondrous and enigmatic rockart sites and explore spectacular wildlife-teeming wetlands with local guides.

5. Mindil Beach Sunset Market
At sunset, half of Darwin descends on Mindil Beach Sunset Market with tables, chairs, rugs, grog and kids to settle under the coconut palms for sunset, and decide which of the tantalising food-stall aromas has the allure; try a flaming satay stick from Bobby's brazier. Top it off with fresh fruit salad, decadent cakes or luscious crepes. But that's only half the fun: arts and crafts stalls bulge with handmade jewellery, fabulous rainbow tie-died clothes, Indigenous artefacts, and wares from Indonesia and Thailand. Patrons peruse and promenade, or stop for a pummelling massage or to listen to rhythmic live music.

6. The Tiwi Islands
Bathurst and Melville Islands lie about 80km north of Darwin, and are home to the Tiwi Aboriginal people. The Tiwis ('We People') have a distinct culture and today are well known for producing vibrant art and the odd champion Aussie Rules football player. Tourism is restricted on the islands and for most tourists the only way to visit is on one of the daily organised tours from Darwin. Well-known features of their culture are the pukumani (burial poles), carved and painted with symbolic and mythological figures, which are erected around graves.

7. Katherine Gorge
Spectacular Katherine Gorge forms the backbone of this 2920-sq-km park, about 30km from Katherine. A series of 13 deep sandstone gorges have been carved out by the Katherine River on its journey from Arnhem Land to the Timor Sea. It is a hauntingly beautiful place - though it can get crowded in peak season - but prioritise this as a visit from Katherine town. In the Dry, the tranquil river is perfect for a paddle, but in the Wet the deep still waters and dividing rapids are engulfed by an awesome torrent that churns through the gorge. Plan to spend at least a full day canoeing or cruising on the river and bushwalking.

8. The jumping croc circus
Few people seem to be able to resist the sight of a 5m-long saltwater crocodile launching itself out of the water towards a hunk of meat. Like a well-trained circus act, jumping out of the water to grab prey is actually natural behaviour for crocs, usually to take surprised birds or animals from overhanging branches. It is still a thoroughly amazing sight - have your camera at the ready.

9. Litchfield National Park
Litchfield National Park is renowned for bushwalking, camping and especially swimming, with waterfalls plunging into gorgeous, safe swimming holes. The 1500-sq-km national park encloses much of the spectacular Tabletop Range, a wide sandstone plateau mostly surrounded by cliffs. The waterfalls that pour off the edge of this plateau are a highlight of the park, feeding crystal-clear cascades and croc-free plunge pools.

10. Territory Wildlife Park
Aussie wildlife is showcased here in a state-of- the-art open-air zoo. You can spend years looking around in the wild and still not see half of what's on display here. Highlights include the Flight Deck, where birds of prey display their intelligence and dexterity; and the nocturnal house, where you can observe nocturnal fauna such as bilbies and bats. Pride of place must go to the aquarium, where a walk-through clear tunnel puts you among giant barramundi, stingray, sawfish, saratoga and a score of others, while a separate tank holds a 3.8m saltwater crocodile.

The Major Cities of Northern Territories are -
Darwin 0800
Alice Springs 0870
Palmerston 0830
Katherine 0850
McMinns Lagoon 0822
Nhulunbuy 0800
Howard Springs 0835
Tennant Creek 0860
Yulara 0872
Jabiru 0886
Maningrida 0822
Galiwinku 0822
Port Keats (Wadeye)

There are som Great Bars in the Northern territories are and night-clubbers love buying products from Adultsmart adult shop online -

- Adelaide River -
Adelaide River was the location for 30,000 soldiers during WWII. Location of Charlie the Buffalo from the Crocodile Dundee Movie at the Adelaide River Inn...
Adelaide River Inn

- Alice Springs -
Alice springs is located at the heart of what is known as Australias Red Centre. Located in the MacDonnell Ranges and nearby to Uluru (One of Australia's best known Natural Attractions)
Bojangles Saloon and Dining Room - (Bos' Saloon)
Todd Tavern -

- Annaburroo -
A locality 25kms before the western edge of the Kakadu National Park on the Arnhem Highway. Only features on the landscape are the Bark Hut Inn and the Annaburroo Billabong...
Bark Hut Inn

- Barkly Homestead -
210 klms from Tennant Creek in the centre of the Northern Territory. Located on the junction of the Tablelands and Barkly Highways.
Barkly Homestead -

- Barrow Creek -
Originally a telegraph station and cattle droving rest stop. Now a Pub and Service Station. 285klms north of Alice Springs.
Barrow Creek Hotel

- Batchelor -
Rum Jungle Motor Inn and Hotel

- Cape Crawford -
Located at Carpentaria and Tablelands highways 106 kilometers south-west of Borroloola.
Known as Cape Crawford although as the Local Pubs website notes it has been 10,000 years since the Cape saw the sea.
Heartbreak Hotel -

- Daly Waters -
A Historic Northern Territory Town (permanent population 18) the actual town is 3 kms west of the Stuart Highway on Daly Waters Kalala Road...
Daly Waters Pub -

- Hotels in Darwin -

- Dunmarra -
A roadhouse stop located on the Stuart Highway. 314 km south of Katherine and only 8 km south of the junction of the Buchanan Highway and the Stuart Highway
Dunmarra Wayside Inn

- Emerald Springs -
A roadhouse stop 112 kilometres north of Katherine on the Stuart Highway.
Emerald Springs Roadhouse -

- Glen Helen -
Glen Helen located surrounded by the MacDonnell Ranges in the Northern Territory. Nearby Redbank Gorge, Glen Helen Gorge and Goose Bluff
Glen Helen Hotel (Resort) -

- Grove Hill -
Situated south of Adelaide River. Grove Hill was an area rich in early NT mining - in a very harsh environment.
Grove Hill Hotel

- Hayes Creek -
Hayes Creek is located on the Stuart Highway between Katherine and Darwin.
Caravan Park and Motel accommodation available...
Wayside Inn

- Humpty Doo -
Humpty Doo Hotel is located on the Arnhem Hwy on the way to Kakadu National Park, 34km South of Darwin.
Humpty Doo Hotel

- Katherine -
Located on the Southern side of the Katherine Riverand a popular tourism destination for those visitng the magnificent Katherine Gorge...
Diggers Den Tavern
Katherine Hotel
Stuart Hotel -

- Kulgera -
21 kilometres from the South Australian - Northern Territory border, Kulgera is the first town you come to when you arrive in the Northern Territory...
Kulgera Pub

- Larrimah -
Larrimah is situated sth of Mataranka on the Stuart Hwy. Larrimah was once the southern extremity of the North Australia Railway from Darwin, that closed in 1976.
Larrimah Hotel (Wayside Inn)

- Marrakai -
Marrakai and the Arnhem land escarpment is between Darwin and Adelaide Rivers in Arn.
Corroboree Park Tavern

- Mataranka -
Located 106 Kms SE of Katherine. Features Hotel, Stockyard Gallery, barramundi feeding, Museum of the Never Never, barra fishing on the Roper River
Mataranka Hotel (Old Elsey Wayside Inn)

- Newcastle Waters Township -
Named it after the Duke of Newcastle, Secretary for the Colonies. Small town now virtually a ghost town...
Former Junction Waters Hotel

- Noonamah -
Noonamah Tavern

- Pine Creek -
A Gold rush established town situated 220 km south of Darwin and 90km north of Katherine at the junction of the Stuart and Kakadu Highways...
Pine Creek Hotel Motel

- Renner Springs -
A road-side stop on the Stuart Highway between Darwin and Tennant Creek. 150 kilometres north of Tennant Creek in the heart of the Barkly Tableland...
Renner Springs Desert Inn

- Stuarts Well -
On the Stuart Highway (The Explorers Way) in Central Australia, Northern Territory , 90 klms south of Alice Springs.
Stuarts Well Roadhouse - (Jims place)

- Tennant Creek -
Population of over 3500 situated at the meeting of the Stuart and Barkly Highways. The fourth most prominent town in the NT and is the administrative centre for an area larger than the state of Victoria...
Tennant Creek Hotel

- Ti Tree -
Located 314 kilometres south of Tennant Creek.
Possible named after Ti Tree Wells still to be seen on the western side of the Stuart highway...
Ti Tree Roadhouse

- Wauchope -
Service town for Stuart Highway travelers.
Operates as a centre for people wishing to visit the Devils Marbles and Devils Marbles Conservation Reserve...
Wauchope Hotel

- Wycliffe Well -
Features Wycliffe Well Holiday Park.
World renowned for its regular UFO sightings, recently ranked 5th for top reported UFO activity in the world...

Local Government details for NT are -
Local Government Association of the NT (LGANT)
The Local Government Association of the Northern Territory (LGANT) is a peak organisation representing the interests of Local Government in the Northern Territory.
Alice Springs Town Council
Welcome to the Alice Springs Town Council. See how the Town Council operates including information about the local Aldermen, Council meetings, services and activities.
Barkly Shire Council
The Barkly Shire is located in the Northern Territory of Australia. The Shire covers an area of 323,514 km's and has a population of approximately 7,531. The Barkly Shire Council acknowledges and pays respect to the Traditional Owners of the Barkly Region. Upon the amalgamation in July 2008 the Barkly Shire Council incorporated the following existing local government bodies; Tennant Creek Town Council, Elliott District Community Government Council, Aherrenge Association Inc., Ali Curung Council Inc., and Alpurrurulam Community Government Council. By agreement the Council also took responsibility for the Local Government functions of the Urapuntja Council Aboriginal Corp. and a large area of currently unincorporated land that includes the Barkly Tablelands, numerous land trusts and pastoral properties.
Central Desert Shire Council
Coomalie Community Government Council
Darwin City Council
Darwin City Council's mission is to promote and develop Darwin as a dynamic, different and diverse Capital City.
East Arnhem Shire Council
Housing, Local Government and Regional Services (Department of)
The Department of Housing, Local Government and Regional Services delivers local government, community development, housing, Indigenous housing, Aboriginal interpreter, animal welfare and water safety functions of Government.
Katherine Town Council
The town of Katherine is the fourth largest in the Northern Territory, situated 320 kilometres south-east of Darwin on the beautiful Katherine River.
Litchfield Council
Litchfield Council provides services to an area of 3,100 km2 and is situated on the outskirts of Darwin, nestled in tropical rural bushland. With a fast growing population of over 18,000, the Litchfield residents enjoy the diverse rural lifestyle which holds a unique mix of rural residential, horticultural, agricultural and industrial interests within its boundaries.
Local Government and Regions
The Department of Local Government's role is to strengthen local government capacity, and support animal welfare education and ensure legislative compliance across the Territory.
MacDonnell Shire Council
Palmerston City Council
Roper Gulf Shire Council

Tiwi Islands Local Government
The beautiful Tiwi Islands are situated 80 km north of Darwin in the Arafura Sea. There are two islands, Bathurst Island and Melville Island with a total land mass of 8320 sq km.
Victoria Daly Shire Council
Wagait Shire Council
West Arnhem Shire Council
The West Arnhem Shire is located in the Northern Territory of Australia. The Shire covers an area of 49,698.26 km2 and has a population of 6,591 (2008). The West Arnhem Shire Council acknowledges and pays respect to the Traditional Owners of West Arnhem. The Council provides essential services to the West Arnhem Shire and covers four wards. The communities of Minjilang & Warruwi are located in Barrah Ward, Maningrida community in Maningrida Ward, Gunbalanya community in Gunbalanya Ward and Jabiru situated in Kakadu Ward which also includes the World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park.

List of Cities Northern Territories
  • Darwin
  • Alice Springs
  • Palmerston
  • Katherine
  • McMinns Lagoon
  • Nhulunbuy
  • Howard Springs
  • Tennant Creek
  • Yulara
  • Jabiru
  • Maningrida
  • Galiwinku
  • Nguiu
  • Port Keats (Wadeye)
  • Milingimbi
  • Alyangula
  • Ngukurr
  • Oenpelli
  • Borroloola
  • Angurugu
  • Batchelor
  • Numbulwar
  • Lajamanu
  • Kintore
  • Gapuwiyak
  • Yirrkala
  • Daly River
  • Kalkarindji (Wave Hill)
  • Daguragu
  • Ramingining
  • Santa Teresa
  • Mataranka
  • Pine Creek
  • Hermannsburg
  • Milikapiti (Snake Bay)
  • Gagudju Cooinda Lodge
  • Elliott
  • Palumpa
  • Umbakumba
  • Pirlangimpi (Garden Point)
  • Beswick
  • Alpurrurulam
  • Willowra(Wirliyatjarrayi)
  • Barunga (Bamyili)
  • Warruwi
  • Timber Creek
  • Kaltukatjara (Docker River)
  • Papunya
  • Gunyangara
  • Mandorah
List of Towns Northern Territories
    Acacia Hills
  • Adelaide River
  • Aherrenge
  • Alawa
  • Ali Curung
  • Alice Springs
  • Amata
  • Amoonguna
  • Angurugu
  • Annie River
  • Antewenegerrde
  • Anula
  • Archer
  • Areyonga
  • Atitjere
  • Avon Downs
  • Ayers Rock
  • Bagot
  • Bakewell
  • Barrow Creek
  • Barunga
  • Batchelor
  • Bathurst Island
  • Bayview
  • Bees Creek
  • Bellamack
  • Berrimah
  • Berry Springs
  • Beswick
  • Border Store
  • Borroloola
  • Brinkin
  • Brunchilly
  • Canteen Creek
  • Casuarina
  • Charles Darwin
  • Coconut Grove
  • Coolalinga
  • Coonawarra
  • Cox Peninsula
  • Cresswell Downs
  • Croker Island
  • Cullen Bay
  • Daly River
  • Daly Waters
  • Darwin
  • Darwin International Airport
  • Darwin Mc
  • Darwin River
  • Delissaville
  • Docker River
  • Driver
  • Dundee Beach
  • Dundee Downs
  • Dundee Forest
  • Dunmarra
  • Durack
  • East Point
  • Edith River
  • Elliott
  • Elsey Station
  • Erldunda
  • Fannie Bay
  • Farrar
  • Finke
  • Fly Creek
  • Galiwinku
  • Gapuwiyak
  • Girraween
  • Goulbourn Island
  • Gove
  • Gray
  • Gunn
  • Gunn Point
  • Haasts Bluff
  • Hayes Creek
  • Helen Springs
  • Herbert
  • Hermannsburg
  • Howard Springs
  • Humpty Doo
  • Imampa
  • Kalkaringi
  • Kaltukatjara
  • Karama
  • Katherine
  • King Ash Bay
  • Kintore
  • Kiwirrkurra
  • Knuckey Lagoon
  • Kulgera
  • Lajamanu
  • Lake Bennett
  • Lambells Lagoon
  • Larrakeyah
  • Larrimah
  • Leanyer
  • Lee Point
  • Livingstone
  • Ludmilla
  • Malak
  • Manbulloo
  • Maningrida
  • Manton
  • Maranboy
  • Marlow Lagoon
  • Marrara
  • Mataranka
  • Mcminns Lagoon
  • Middle Point
  • Milikapiti
  • Milingimbi
  • Millner
  • Millwood
  • Minjilang
  • Mitchell
  • Moil
  • Moulden
  • Mount Liebig
  • Muckaty Station
  • Mulga Bore
  • Murputja Homelands
  • Nakara
  • Newcastle Waters
  • Nguiu
  • Ngukurr
  • Nhulunbuy
  • Nightcliff
  • Noonamah
  • Northlakes
  • Numbulwar
  • Nyapari
  • Oenpelli
  • Palmerston
  • Papunya
  • Parap
  • Patjarr
  • Phillip Creek Station
  • Pine Creek
  • Pinelands
  • Pitjantjatjara Homelands
  • Point Stephens
  • Pularumpi
  • Pulumpa
  • Raaf Base Darwin
  • Ramingining
  • Rapid Creek
  • Renner Springs
  • Rosebery
  • Rosebery Heights
  • Sanderson
  • Santa Teresa
  • Shoal Bay
  • Southport
  • Stuart Park
  • Tennant Creek
  • Thangkenharenge
  • The Gardens
  • The Narrows
  • Three Ways
  • Ti Tree
  • Timber Creek
  • Tindal Raaf
  • Tiwi
  • Tjirrkarli
  • Tjukurla
  • Tortilla Flats
  • Uluru
  • Umbakumba
  • Umpangara
  • Urapuntja
  • Victoria River Downs
  • Virginia
  • Wadeye
  • Wagait Beach
  • Wagaman
  • Wallace Rockhole
  • Wanarn
  • Wanguri
  • Warrego
  • Wave Hill
  • Weddell
  • Willowra
  • Wilora
  • Wingellina
  • Winnellie
  • Wollogorang Station
  • Woodleigh Gardens
  • Woodroffe
  • Woolaning
  • Woolner
  • Wulagi
  • Wycliffe Well
  • Yarrawonga
  • Yirrkala
  • Yuelamu
  • Yuendumu
  • Yulara