These Northern Territory road trips are perfect for families and solo explorers alike.
Each trip is guaranteed to show off the Northern Territory’s unique landscapes, abundant wildlife and must-do cultural experiences.
Discover the stunning NT desert with Red Centre Way, a 1135km loop that starts at Alice Springs and travels around the West MacDonnell Ranges with pitstops at Indigenous art galleries, Henbury’s meteorite craters, Finke Gorge National Park and Uluru.
The seven-day, 735km Nature’s Way, from Darwin to Kakadu, takes travellers through the NT’s diverse city and natural landscapes, including Buley Rockhole and Litchfield National Park, before arriving at the picturesque Kakadu National Park.
Northern Territory road trips.
This easily accessible adventure will showcase the best of Darwin and Litchfield. Journeying along the Greater Litchfield Loop, travellers can enjoy everything from thundering waterfalls, taking a refreshing dip in blue swimming holes to 4WD and walking tracks.
For travellers seeking the ultimate Australian adventure, The Savannah Way stretches from Cairns in North Queensland, through the NT, to Broome in WA. This 3700km road trip passes through five World Heritage listed areas and 15 national parks, showcasing the best of Australia’s Top End, from east to west.
For the ultimate Northern Territory experience, travellers can’t beat a road trip from the red desert sands of Alice Springs to the tropical landscapes of the Top End. Alice to Darwin, via Kakadu, takes in all the natural wonders along the way, from the MacDonnell Ranges, Karlu Karlu/Devils Marbles to Nitmiluk National Park.
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