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Alice Springs, NT

Alice Springs YHA is built within the grounds of an historic outdoor movie theatre, in a great location in the centre of this atmospheric outback town.

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Ayers Rock, NT

Located in the heart of Yulara township, the Voyages Outback Pioneer Lodge has air-conditioning, a pool, restaurant, kiosk, internet, laundry facilities, foreign currency exchange and car rental company on site. 

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Kings Canyon , NT

Kings Canyon Resort is designed to blend in with the environment and complement the beauty of this unique area. The 36 hostel lodge include a mix of double and 4-share rooms. 

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Darwin , NT

Located in the heart of the Northern Territory's tropical capital, Darwin YHA is the friendly, quieter option on popular Mitchell Street in the city's entertainment precinct.

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Top 10 Things to do in Northern Territory
  1. Mindil Beach Sunset Markets (dry season only) -  Enjoy a spectacular sunset and live entertainment as well as multiple food and craft stalls and soak up the territory atmosphere
  2. Visit Museum & Art Gallery of the NT. Discover the Territories art, natural science, history and culture. Explore Aboriginal culture and art and learn about Cyclone Tracy.


  3. Head to Darwin Waterfront and Lagoon. Relax at the waterfront, go for a swim, walk along the wharf and wind down and relax for a while.
  4. Have a guided tour of the NT Parliament House during February to November; or, as it's affectionately known, ‘the wedding cake.’
  5. East Point Reserve and Lake Alexander. A large reserve with evidence of Darwin’s wartime history as well as a beautiful lake and stunning views and sunsets across Fannie Bay.
  6. George Brown Botanical Gardens. An oasis in Darwin and a great place to relax and discover the many plants that grow in our tropical climate.
  7. Litchfield National Park. Only 1.5 hours from Darwin, this spectacular scenery is well worth the visit. Monsoon rainforest, stunning waterfalls, termite mounds, weather eroded sandstone outcrops and historic ruins. (Tours are also bookable from reception for those without transportation.)
  8. Berry Springs Nature Park. Only 45 minutes from Darwin, an attractive area for recreational activities and refreshing swimming spots for walks, picnics, wildlife spotting and swimming.
Tours & Activities There are 12 Tour Packages featuring NT
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