Add these to your list of things to do when you travel Uluru and surrounding areas.
From A–Z there’s a bounty of Aussie animals to meet in the Northern Territory, from the desert dwellers of the Red Centre to the water babies in and around Darwin. It’s the perfect destination for a family adventure.
Zoologists captured the call of the mysterious night parrot in audio recordings from southern NT.
From proud raptors and flighty finches to epic flocks of budgies – Alice Springs and surrounds are a paradise for bird-watchers. With 180 bird species to spot in the Red Centre alone, we’ve narrowed down 10 to put at the top of your list.
Dr Karl: Need to Know
The phrase ‘world’s largest monolith’ makes a nice story for tourists visiting Australia’s iconic Uluru. Just don’t say it near a geologist.
Tackling Australia’s amazing Red Centre with a young child in tow might seem like a daunting task, but with a bit of planning and the right attitude it really is a trip that any family can enjoy.
Travel with us
Join renowned Australian photographer Ken Duncan on a six-night photo safari in the Red Centre.
The bright glow of the Milky Way sets the night sky ablaze above Rainbow Valley, part of the James Range, 75km south of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. The planet Venus can be seen rising to the left.
History & Culture
Take to the air with the Uniting Church pastor whose Central Australian parish – at more than half a million square kilometres – is bigger than many countries.
These stunning aerial photos of Central Australia form part of a photographic exhibition called Ngura, which means ‘my country’ or ‘homeland’ in the Pitjantjatjara language.