Journey to a part of Australia where blue skies and breathtaking landscapes make driving a pleasure.
From the red desert sands of Uluru to tropical Kakadu National Park, and the bright blue waters of Darwin Harbour – the diversity of the Northern Territory is astounding. Travel through some of the country's most iconic touring routes, bringing together a world of ancient culture, pioneering history, rare wildlife and stunning sunsets.
Nature’s Way is a drive through a wetland wilderness, steeped in pioneering and cultural history. Beginning in Darwin, meander through the Adelaide and Mary River wetlands to World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park and Litchfield National Park with its thundering waterfalls. With an abundance of natural and cultural experiences this is a dream drive for photographic, wildlife and birdwatching enthusiasts, all on a fully sealed road – suitable for a two-wheel-drive vehicle.
Discover the Australian outback and the world-renowned landmarks of Uluru (Ayers Rock), Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) and Kings Canyon in Watarrka National Park on an adventure drive along the Red Centre Way. Starting in Alice Springs, travel through red desert sands, lush valleys, towering gorges and natural waterholes.
Accommodation options range from campgrounds to luxurious resorts on this epic journey through Australia’s magnificent red centre landscape.
Journey along the Explorer’s Way for an Outback adventure that passes through a modern nation to the heart of an ancient land. Connecting Australia’s north and south, this drive links many of the Northern Territory’s most recognisable wonders, including the World Heritage-listed Kakadu and Uluru-Kata Tjuta.
This trip of contrasts passes rich farmlands, arid cattle grazing lands and ancient mountain ranges in Central Australia and lush tropical wetlands.
Ensure an NT road trip is an adventure of a lifetime by following the below safety tips: