Tailor-made Northern Territory Holidays

Uluru at dusk in Australia

Rugged, raw and rich in natural beauty, the Australian region of the Northern Territory spans from Australia's Red Centre in the very middle of the country right up to the tropical Top End. The territory is, of course, most famous for Uluru (Ayers Rock), the iconic rock formation located towards the south of the territory in Australia’s Red Centre. And while Uluru is definitely a must-do for any Australia holiday, we also recommend exploring the rest of the state as well. At the top lies the beach-side city of Darwin, as well as a range of national parks and natural adventures to enjoy. It’s here you can tour the multicultural food markets of Darwin, go on a crocodile safari in the wildlife-rich region of Kakadu National Park, journey onto Katherine to cruise or kayak the breath-taking Katherine Gorge in Nitmiluk National Park, and experience Aboriginal culture first hand in Arnhem Land or the Tiwi Islands. To experience all of these highlights and more, talk to one of our Australia Experts today.

Popular Tailor-made Northern Territory Holiday Itineraries

If ever there was a place to feel like a pioneer, the Northern Territory is it. From camping out under a canopy of stars at Uluru, spotting crocs in Darwin or hot-air ballooning over Alice Springs, our Experts are here to help you make it happen. As an Australian born company with stores located throughout the Northern Territory, we know Australia better than anyone. And to prove it, we’ve create a range of Northern Territory holidays based on local knowledge and years of experience. So from hotel recommendations to tour ideas and unique experiences, these holidays are the ultimate way to explore Australia.

Where to go in the Northern Territory

The Northern Territory begins in the Red Centre of Australia and stretches north to the coastline. To get a feel for this region of the country, we recommend visiting both extremes, namely Uluru in the Red Centre and the city of Darwin on the coastline. It’s possible to drive between the two, although this can take a few days and travels across outback terrain. Otherwise you can fly from Alice Springs, which is near Uluru, to Darwin in around 2 hours. From Darwin, be sure to explore the surrounding area, known as the Top End, which promises incredible tropical landscapes and unique wildlife.

Northern Territory Holiday Types

If you’re heading to the Northern Territory, chances are you’re looking to experience a wildlife and nature holiday. Home to some of the greatest landscapes in the country, exploring the national parks and the outback is one of the highlights of visiting the Norther Territory. But it’s not the only one. In the territory you can also learn about ancient Indigenous culture, get off the beaten track by camping under the stars or upgrade to a luxurious stay complete with VIP experiences. For more ideas, browse our Northern Territory holiday types below.  

Flights to the Northern Territory

Our Airfare Experts specialise in finding the best Northern Territory flights for you. Whether you want to fly from London or from within Australia, we can book all of this and more, saving you time and money. For a bespoke quote, contact our Airfare Experts today.

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More About the Northern Territory

Capital city: Darwin

Currency: Australian Dollar

Language: English

Vaccinations: Extra vaccinations are not required.

Getting There

Flight time: The London to Darwin flight time is around 19 hours will include a stopover

Main airports:

  • Darwin International Airport
  • Alice Springs Airport

Visas: British Citizens require a tourist eTA visa, which you can apply for online.

Top 3 Things to Do in the Northern Territory

  • Watch the sunset over Uluru
  • See crocodiles in Kakadu National Park
  • Cruise through Katherine Gorge

When to Go to the Northern Territory

From arid desert in the south to tropical bushland in the north, weather and seasons in the Northern Territory vary quite greatly. To make it easy, the region typically ranges from warm and dry to hot and humid. Each season and region has its advantages but if you’re looking to see wildlife or running waterfalls, then some seasons are better than others. Check out our when to go to the Northern Territory guide for more information.

Why Book Your Northern Territory Holiday with Flight Centre

Local knowledge: As an Australian born company, we know the Northern Territory because we have stores throughout the region. So from restaurant recommendations in Darwin to driving times between Alice Springs and Uluru, we can offer you up to the minute advice thanks to our local network.

Flexibility: We offer flexible deposits, the opportunity to pay the balance of your holiday just 10 weeks before departure and fixed change and cancellation fees.

Travel Butler and 24/7 Emergency Assistance Service: When you book a holiday to the Northern Territory from our range of tailor-made Journeys, you’ll also enjoy access to our inclusive Travel Butler concierge and 24/7 Emergency Assistance services.