Northern Territory – Capital Darwin

Top School Holiday Activities for Families

Uluru
The magnificent Ayers Rock is a must see for anyone visiting the Northern Territory.  The rock changes colours at dawn and dusk as the sunlight reflects off it in different ways.

The Olgas
Another fantastic group of 36 dome rocks called The Olgas is just 35km west of Uluru.  Standing side by side the rocks form deep valleys and very steep sided gorges.

Kings Canyon
Also known as Watarrka National Park, the Kings Creek Walk produces magnificent views and you are rewarded when you reach the ultimate goal at the Garden of Eden, with a natural pool.

Katherine Gorge
About 30km from Katherine, the Katherine Gorge is one of the most spectacular and beautiful places you will ever see.



 

Top Festivals Northern Territory

Bass in the Grass
This is now the largest musical event in the Northern Territory with big ticket acts and artists.

Darwin Festival
This small festival that celebrates the town’s spirit and pride has grown to 18 days and nights of concerts, performances, workshops, dance, theatre, comedy, film and the visual arts.

WordStorm Festival
This has become a festival of Australasian writing with many great writers taking part in the Festival.

Alice Desert Festival
Up to 50,000 people attend this major arts and cultural event that is conducted over 11 days and has more than 50 events as a part of it.  The Festival celebrates the Red Centre.