Check out the Hottest 100 things to do in the Northern Territory! Get ready to embark on an adrenaline-fueled journey through the awe-inspiring landscapes of the Northern Territory. From heart-pounding adventures that will leave you breathless to serene experiences that will soothe your soul, we present to you the hottest 100 things to do in the NT’s Top End and Red Centre. So, unleash your wanderlust, and prepare for an epic countdown that will ignite your passion for exploration like never before.
Image Credit: Mark Fitz & Tourism NT
#1. Uluru & Kata-Tjuta National Park
Arguably one of the best places located in the heart of Australia, Uluru & Kata-Tjuta National Park is home to famous Uluru & the 32 weathered rock domes known as Kata-Tjuta or the Olgas. Anangu welcome you to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, a living cultural landscape where earth and memories exist as one. More than just a photo opportunity, the iconic rock formations hide ancient wisdom and diverse plant and animal life. Look closer to discover an awe-inspiring environment where Tjukurpa whispers the creation stories. From self-guided walking trails, sunset & sunrise tours, ranger guided activities, rock art, bird watching & segway or cycling tours, exploring the ancient surrounds and natural wonders of Uluru & Kata-Tjuta National Park will leave you in awe of this beautiful place we call home.
#2. Scenic flight over Kakadu National Park
Take to the air and witness the magic of Kakadu National Park. The complexity of this diverse landscape becomes a simple delight of colour and life as you fly over world-famous wetlands, mighty floodplains, and on to the ancient sandstone plateaus of Arnhem Land. Helicopter and fixed-wing flights operate in both wet and dry seasons, departing from both Darwin and within Kakadu (Cooinda and Jabiru).