6 Of The Best: North­ern Ter­ri­tory

Best half-dozen NT es­capes

Australian Geographic Outdoor - - Contents - Words and Pho­tos Justin Walker

The North­ern Ter­ri­tory is Aus­tralia’s least pop­u­lated state or ter­ri­tory. There are a num­ber of rea­sons for this, but we like to be­lieve it is so all that spare space could be used to fill the NT with a buck­et­load of ad­ven­tures. From epi­cally re­mote 4WD camp­ing and mul­ti­day treks that fin­ish each day be­side pris­tine wa­ter­falls, to one of Aus­tralia’s most im­pres­sive MTB trail net­works, or pris­tine pad­dling through an­cient gorges, we reckon our top six NT ad­ven­tures proves that the­ory… well and truly.

Out­back sun­rise in Finke Gorge NP. Camp­sites here are pris­tine and truly re­mote.

The Finke Gorge NP – the per­fect place for an out­back odyssey.

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