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Australia Northern Territory to Tap Tourism Market

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Australia Northern Territory to Tap Tourism Market

Darwin to Alice Springs and Uluru

Australia's North has many tourist attractions that are relatively unknown. There is Uluru, the vast red rock which is likely the Earth's largest single rock. It has a strangely mystical aura and feel to it. It's a highly sacred place to the local aboriginal people. Then there's Kakadu, a vast natural area and National Park. There's Gun Barrel Highway and of course, Alice Springs. The Capital City is Darwin. A 'party town.' Please see the video.

 

Australia's north yet to tap tourism market

Radio Australia

"Tourism Australia says the Northern Territory needs to make sure its travel … Visitor numbers to the territory's major attractions of Uluru and Kakadu have been …"
http://www.radioaustralia.net.au/international/radio/program/asia-pacific/australias-north-yet-to-tap-tourism-market/949036

 

 

 

Kakadu National Park is introduced in the above ten minute video. Then immediately below you can experience the most memorable sunrises and sunsets of your life at Uluru (Ayers Rock), generally considered Australia's most recognisable natural icon. It's a sight astonishing to behold. Spiritual indeed for those so minded. Just watch this video:

 

 

 

Next, is Darwin, the capital city of The Northern Territory. Darwin is a port for the beef farming industry and a growing military support base. It's an outdoor lifestyle, too.

 

 

Darwin has a super relaxing, always warm climate and superb lifestyle. Enjoy the outdoor markets and the sunsets out on the beach. Attend a party, barbecue or local night club.

 

 

Alice Springs in The Northern Territory of Australia. A base for many miners and an historic place for both Aborigines and early European settlers in The North of Australia. See the structure and layout of the vast country you'll discover in Australia's far north.


 

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