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Northern Territory

Northern Territory

Northern Territory
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The Northern Territory covers an area of 1,35 million square kilometers.

With a population of 182.000 (in 1998) there is 1% of the Australian inhabitants living in the Northern Territory, which covers the fifth part of the whole continent.

Amongst the nationalparks in the Northern Territory are Uluru-Kata Tjuta Nationalpark with Ayers Rock and Watarrka Nationalpark with Kings Canyon. In addition there is a bright fauna with lots of birds in Kakadu Nationalpark in the northern part of the territory.

The part of the Stuart Highway between Alice Springs and Darwin is home to the famous notorius roadtrains.

nationalparks in the Northern Territory
Markierung Alice SpringsAlice

entrance to Alice Springs

Alice Springs

view from Anzac Hill

Royal Flying Doctor Service
Tropic of Capricorn
Markierung Daly Waters, on the roadDalyWaters

Daly Waters Pub (outside)

Daly Waters Pub (inside)

termite mound
termite mound termite mound
wind turbine


'break down'
Markierung DarwinDarwin

Darwin Parliament

Darwin Mall

Darwin Mall



museum and art gallery
Victoria Hotel      
Markierung Devils MarblesMarbles

Devils Marbles

'test of strength'

view from the top

broken marble
labile position
backlit marble
altocumulus clouds
Markierung Litchfield NPLitchfield
Florence Falls Florence Falls Tolmer Falls
Wangi Falls
'magnetic' termite mound
Markierung Nitmiluk NP (Katherine Gorge)Katherine
self reflection
canoeing in Katherine Gorge

Katherine Gorge

canoeing in Katherine Gorge
Edith Falls
Edith Falls

Edith Falls
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