Australia - Northern Territory, Darwin, Ghan and Uluru

The Northern Territory is the third largest Australian federal division but the least populous of Australia's major states and territories, having half as many people as Tasmania. Today the economy is based on mining and on tourism, especially Kakadu National Park and the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park (Ayers Rock). The capital city is Darwin. The population is concentrated in towns along the Stuart Highway including Palmerston, Alice Springs, Katherine, Nhulunbuy and Tennant Creek.
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Australia. Uluru Waterfalls

Waterfalls on Uluru (Ayers Rock, Australia) caused by heavy rains between November and March. At such times, the famous monolith is covered with innumerable streams of water that changes the very color of Ayers Rock to a rare shade of violet.

Kings Canyon, Northern Territory

♥♡♥♡ Watarrka National Park, Northern Territory, Australia (by John Dekker on ♥♡♥♡ Beautifully captured!

The Ghan, heading towards Alice Springs, Northern Territory.

The Ghan . The trip between Darwin and Adelaide provides glimpses of Australia's unique landscape and wildlife. I travelled on the Ghan between Adelaide and Alice Springs in Despite travelling through desert, a flood isolated us for seve

Devils Marbles, Northern Territory in Australia

Northern Territory - Australia - LinkedIn Guides (Devils Marbles, Northern Territory in Australia)

Alice Springs in Australia - its location smack bang in the middle of the continent makes it THE place to go if you want to see some of the Australian Outback.

épinglé par ❃❀CM❁✿Alice Springs in Australia - its location smack bang in the middle of the continent makes it THE place to go if you want to see some of the Australian Outback.

The Roulettes fly in wedge formation over Ayers Rock,

The Royal Australian Air Force Roulettes fly in wedge formation over Uluru (Ayers Rock) - Northern Territory

Magnetic termite mounds, Litchfield National Park.

Magnetic termite mounds, Litchfield National Park - They are named so as the termites build their mounds with the thin edges facing east and west, to act as cooling towers for the colony underground.

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