Crocodile in Kakadu National Park– Image courtesy of Tourism NT
Introducing Outback Australia
Discover the awe-inspiring beauty of the Australian outback, from the vertiginous walls of Western Australia’s Windjana Gorge and the diverse landscapes of the Kimberley mountain ranges, to the lush landscape of Kununurra and striped sandstone domes of Bungle Bungle.
What to do and see in the Outback
Explore the world’s oldest cave system, experience the cascading Miri Falls and stunning gorges in El Questro (photo), then swim amid the dramatic red cliffs and turquoise waters in Broome.
Cruise crocodile-infested rivers, soak in Katherine’s hot springs, encounter wildlife at Nitmiluk National Park and learn about ancient Aboriginal traditions and cultures.
In South Australia's Flinders Ranges, discover one of Australia's finest natural landscapes with an adventure across rugged peaks and through spectacular gorges that are more than 600 million years old.
Climb to the summit of Mount Remarkable for panoramic views over this ancient land, then hike through the deciduous trees of the Wirrabara and Bundaleer forests.
Discover charming historical towns by scenic railway or cycle the awesome Mawson Trail from the outskirts of Adelaide to Blinman in the Southern Flinders Ranges.
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› Northern Territories,
› Western Australia…
Best time to visit Outback Australia
Anytime, but best during the dry season from May and October, with an average temperature of 26°C.
In the tropical north, the wet season from November to April often makes roads impassible. Around the desert environment of Alice Springs and Uluru you can expect a temperature range of between 14°C and 30°C.
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10 March, 2017
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