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Toluna

  4 months ago

Toluna's ANZ Road Trip: Northern Territory
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We've reached the Outback and some of the Australia's most iconic scenery! The Northern Territory is a wonderful mix of wetlands and waterfalls, and stark desert landscapes.

World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park is Australia's largest national park, and can be explored on foot, by car, or by boat cruises through its waterways. In addition to the vast array of wildlife, Kakadu is also home to many sacred Aboriginal sites and rock paintings.

Further south is the Red Centre and the formidable Uluru, but let's not overlook Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), which is just 40km from Uluru. The Devil's Marbles is another spectacular rock formation in the Northern Territory. In Aboriginal mythology these massive rocks are the eggs of the rainbow serpent and are called Karlu Karlu.

The NT is definitely a unique and culturally important part of the world. If you have been to the Northern Territory, how was your experience? If you haven't, which sites would you most like to visit? Our favourite responses will get 1000 points, and you could also be featured in our video postcard!

Join us and win some points and prizes along the way! Keep track of our journey at our blog: http://tolu.na/l/z4F9SiAs6

To play our special Road Trip games, select "Games" from the "Community" menu.
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Stonehenge

  4 months ago
Never, never been, so I never, never know. But would love to go!
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H2647702e

  4 months ago
Its sounds good but there are so many other thinking with kids
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J2485444e

  4 months ago
If you"ve ever ever been, you'll, never go, again.
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carmolin

  4 months ago
Travelling through the outback can be long and boring and if you get out of the car you have the millions of flies to contend with but when you come across the unique areas it is worth the trip - once. I would never attempt it again.
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callanjohns

  4 months ago
epic expidition
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watsoc

  4 months ago
Sounds awesome!
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Shimmerandshine1

  4 months ago
Sounds like an exciting place to visit! Would love to see Kings Canyon.
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undura

  4 months ago
NT, just over the borders into desert WLD and desert WA are awesome in the true sense! The vibe there is the richest of the whole continent. I travelled on buses throughout and met the nicest, most gentle people compared to coastal, city and more populated rural Australia. Kookaburras to welcome every day, mist rising off waters, that orange earth, wow. I have many places I loved but I'll keep quiet so that others can go discover their own NT experience. It's so diverse in just one territory and although there is desert, there's also so much abundance in the land, something I really want to learn more about - the seeds, the tubers, the leaves.
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M9190660x

  4 months ago
I would love to do a road trip through the NT. Catherine Gorge would definitely be on my list to visit.
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rgars2000

  4 months ago
it's one place that i would love to visit!!!
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