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Ride a camel near your holiday cottage in the Northern Territory
Feed a baby crocodile, take a hot air balloon ride over dune-filled deserts, or discover Aboriginal rock art. It's all waiting for you near your holiday home in the Northern Territory, Australia.
Be part of ancient Aboriginal traditions
Immerse yourself in the ancient traditions, stories and artworks of one of the earth's oldest groups of people. The first inhabitants of these shores arrived some 50,000 years ago. Hear Dreamtime stories, watch artists at work, or venture to the Tiwi Islands where Aboriginal and Polynesian customs mix.
Nourlangie Rock Art Site is situated in the World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park. The rocks are a canvas, letting you take an in depth tour of ancient spiritual traditions. Listen to the Park Ranger speak about this ancient collection of artworks or climb to the park's Gunwarddehwardde Lookout for stunning views.
Encounter a crocodile
Alice Springs is home to many exciting adventures. Take your family on a camel ride through the desert with Pyndan Camel Tracks, go hot air ballooning over this remarkable landscape, or visit the Alice Springs Reptile Centre.
The North Territory's saltwater crocodiles are its most famous creature. Come face to face with these dinosaur-like beauties at Darwin Crocodylus Park, home to 10,000 crocodiles. Snap up this chance to hold a baby crocodile or feed a full-sized one, see fascinating artefacts and learn about the crocodile's unique biology.
Visit the Northern Territory's other World Heritage listed National Park, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Here, you will find 32 rock domes of spiritual significance to the Indigenous people. Don't forget to cruise the Katherine River through its 13 gorges in Nitmiluk National Park, and cool off at the falls in Litchfield National Park.
Boab trees, sculpted limestone gorges and eucalyptus forests welcome you at West MacDonnell National Park. Check out the stalactites at the Cutta Cutta Caves and discover the historical Alice Springs Telegraph Station.
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