Australia's Northern Territory

With Darwin offering the shortest flying time between the UK and Australia and being home to one of the worlds’ most recognisable natural icons, Uluru (Ayers Rock), the Northern Territory is a fantastic starting point for any Australian holiday.

Darwin and the top end

The vibrant capital city of Darwin is a never visited by winter and offers a year round tropical climate. Life is lived outdoors and the city buzzes with al fresco bars and restaurants, beach side night markets and open air cinemas. It is also the gateway to Australia’s largest National Park, UNESCO World Heritage listed Kakadu.

The Top End is one of Australia’s last accessible wilderness’s offering a landscape of wetlands, sandstone escarpments, towering waterfalls and gorges as well as prolific wildlife all an easy drive from Darwin.

Malaysia Airlines flies four times per week between the UK and Darwin via Kuala Lumpur.

Alice Springs and Uluru

Further south from Darwin the landscape turns from the lush greens of the Top End to the fiery red deserts of the Red Centre. The quintessential outback town of Alice Springs is the gateway to this region, home to Australia’s most famous natural icon, Uluru (Ayers Rock). The Red Centre is accessible with Malaysia Airlines One World partner, Qantas.


For more information on the Northern Territory visit  www.australiasoutback.co.uk