Appreciate the breathtaking beauty of the NT’s wilderness by exploring it on two feet. With countless opportunities ranging from 30-minute nature trails to epic week-long hikes, you’ll find some of the best bushwalks in the country. From the vast Kakadu, Litchfield and Nitmiluk national parks in the north to Arnhem Land, the West MacDonnell Ranges and the iconic Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, there’s no end to the choices on offer. Explore the never-ending variation in landscapes, from the rocky chasms and lush oasis-like vegetation of the Red Centre to the tropics and wetlands of the Top End.

Yeperenye Trail (8km)

Jawoyn Valley Circuit (49km)

Eighth Gorge (34km)

Smitt Rock (24km)

Lily Ponds (21km)

Butterfly Gorge (12km)

Windolf Walk (10km)

Waleka Walk (22km)

Baruwei Loop Walk (4.9km)

Baruwei Lookout Walk (1.8km)

Ormiston Pound & Gorge Walk (9.5km)

Serpentine Gorge to Mount Sonder (92km)

Simpsons Gap to Ellery Creek (102km)

Standley Chasm to Ellery Creek (62km)

Ormiston Gorge to Redbank Gorge (36km)

Serpentine Gorge to Ormiston Gorge (43km)

Standley Chasm to Hugh Gorge (32km)

Counts Point (15km)

Mount Sonder (16km)

Brinkley Bluff (20km)

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