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Nitmiluk Gorge (Katherine Gorge)... is gorge-ous! And is now open for canoeing and swimming! Made up of 13 separate gorges, you can cruise, canoe, walk, fly or swim your way around this natural beauty.

Stunning photo taken by Garry Norris Photography (via @garry_norris IG)
#NTAustralia   #seeaustralia   #travel   #travelphotography  
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Beautiful
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Rolling and twisting across the country like the giant caterpillars from Aboriginal Dreaming, dotted with gorges, chasms, waterholes and ghost gum trees… We’re talking about one of the world’s best walking tracks, the Larapinta Trail! A must do in Alice Springs. #NTAustralia   #LarapintaTrail   #WestMacDonnellRanges   #Hike   #Worldsbestwalks   #SeeAustralia   #Travel   #quote   #quotestoliveby  
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Looking for NT travel inspiration? We've got 200 of the best NT adventures in photos - http://ow.ly/uEbK6 #NTAustralia    #travel   #bestphotos   #NorthernTerritory  
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Just another glorious day’s end in Australia’s tropical capital with harbour views all around! #NTAustralia  

This is this City of Darwin: In the front is the Darwin Waterfront and Stokes Hill Wharf, the foreshore to the middle left is the Esplanade (which runs alongside the city) and at the back is Cullen Bay and Mindil Beach (where the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets are held).
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And beyond on the horizon, is Cox Peninsula and the gorgeously tropical Wagait Beach, where I live!
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Territory True: “I’ll slip another shrimp on the barbie for you” was made famous by Paul Hogan 30 years ago, but the ad features a much bigger Australian icon and timeless beauty – Uluru. #NTAustralia

Photo Credit:@piscosescape(IG)
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Territory True: Lightning storms are always better in the Northern Territory! Especially during this time of year. Our bush photographer, Paul Arnold has become a local legend in snapping pics of the NT like this cracker here near Adelaide River. #ntaustralia   #Australia   #lightningphotography   #naturephotography   #travel  
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What is Australia's most iconic site? A recent survey shows that 57% of Australians believe Uluru is the nation's most iconic landmark…. We’d have to agree that it’s one of the most recognisable scenes in the world, often referred to as the spiritual heart of Australia. #NTAustralia   #Uluru   #SeeAustralia   #Australia   #travel   #NorthernTerritory   #Clouds   #sunset  

Photo by @mindys_life_in_photos(via IG)
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NT Adventurer of the Week: Beauty of a sunset captured by @mewyyy(via IG) in Darwin! Stokes Hill Wharf is not only a great place to dine and unwind but it's also full of history relating back to 1942 where it bared the full force of the Bombing of Darwin. #NTAustralia  
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Territory True: There is more to the MacDonnell Ranges than just great places for hiking, camping, picnics and swimming! Renowned Aboriginal artist Albert Namatjira drew inspiration for his watercolour outback landscapes from the West MacDonnell Ranges. #NTAustralia   #NorthernTerritory   #Australia  
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Territory True: There are about 52 national parks, reserves and nature conservation areas throughout the NT! You’ll find this beauty (Nitmiluk/Katherine Gorge) inside Nitmiluk National Park - An easy 3.5hrs drive from Darwin.
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NT has such a diverse range of beautiful parks if its not already on your bucket list you should add it now!!
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Today marks the 72nd anniversary of the bombing of Darwin – During WWII Darwin was bombed 64 times over almost two years, with the first two raids alone on 19 February 1942 resulting in the deaths of an estimated 243 people and many more injured. 

Bombing of Darwin Day is a National Day of Observance and remnants of WWII are still visible at many locations across Darwin, Katherine and Adelaide River today.

Photo: Northern Territory Library
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Nice to remind of this sad day! 
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Uluru is described as the spiritual heart of Australia... Which is fitting as it is also one of the top 5 places for marriage proposals. The perfect backdrop for a romantic adventure! #NTAustralia #Australia #wedding #travel  #love #SeeAustralia 
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The official meeting place for lovers of the Northern Territory, Australia.
Introduction
Welcome to the Northern Territory – Australia’s outback. 

This is the official page for Northern Territory, Australia. It is run by Tourism NT, the government tourism agency responsible for promoting Northern Territory to the world.

Follow us and share your stories, swap tips with ‘those in the know’ and find out more about the adventure of discovering the NT.

We will post new ideas for your next holiday, keep you up-to-date with the latest travel news and post handy tips. Visit us regularly to be the first to hear about special offers and competitions, find out what other Facebook fans are saying, submit your ideas, videos and photos, and much more.

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So, here goes...

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