Self-drive touring

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Journey to a part of Australia where blue skies and breathtaking landscapes make driving a pleasure. 


From the red desert sands of Uluru, to tropical Kakadu National Park, and the bright blue waters of Darwin harbor - the diversity of the Northern Territory will astound you.


Traverse some of the country's most iconic touring routes, bringing together a world of ancient art and culture, pioneering history, rare wildlife and stunning sunsets.


Travel by car, campervan or 4WD across red desert landscapes and tropical savannah, lush rainforest and along rugged coastlines. Take to the bush tracks, dirt roads and endless highways of the vast Northern Territory and discover this ancient land at your own pace. 


Venture from place to place creating your own itinerary, or follow a particular route. Choose from three long journeys: The Red Centre Way, The Explorer's Way and Binns Track, or try a shorter drive through the Tennant Creek and Alice Springs' wilderness.


Remember, this is vast country. It can be hundreds of kilometres between water and petrol stops. Plan your stops and take rest breaks.

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