5 Things to Look Out For On Your Way From Darwin To Alice Springs
There’s lots of ways to make your way down from Darwin to Alice Springs for an Uluru tour, but hop on the Darwin to Alice Springs express and you can expect to see some spectacular things along the way.
Places to stop off at on your way from Darwin to Alice Springs
Here are some of the fantastic attractions you can explore and places to tick off on your NT bucket list.
Situated in Nitmiluk National Park (another one to tick off the NT list), Edith Falls presents a stunning area of natural beauty. Paddle below the falls in the tranquil swimming hole as you take in the stunning surroundings and lush banks around the falls.
Mataranka Thermal Springs
Tropical fantasies don’t come much more real than at the Mataranka Thermal Springs in Katherine. Take a dip in the crystal clear waters that sit at around 34 degrees celsius as they sooth you from tip to toe – perfect whilst on a long journey if you want to regenerate before the next leg.
Otherworldly rock formations are no stranger to Australia’s Red Centre. As the landscape begins to unfold and you leave the north behind, you’ll come across these great marble shaped rocks that litter the landscape – a brilliant place for a few photo opportunities!
Spend the night at the famous Daly Waters Pub as you make your way from Darwin to Alice Springs. Known as the original Outback pub, Daly Waters is a great place to rest up for the night, as they serve up everything from steak to salad and even fresh caught Territory Barramundi and Thread-fin Salmon.
Once you’ve had your whirlwind journey down into the heart of the Red Centre, you’ll arrive in Alice Springs ready for your Uluru tour! Just remember to get a shot at the famous Alice Springs sign.
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