Check out the WW II War Cemetary and Adelaide River Heritage Railway Museum while your using the township as a gateway to Litchfield National Park, though most the visit the town to enjoy a cruise on the river and see the main attraction of this famous landmark, awesome jumping crocodiles.
Ranked the best attraction in Darwin, the Defence of Darwin Experience located within the Darwin Military Museum Precinct offers visitors an ‘immersive, interactive, multimedia experience’ that elucidates the Bombing of Darwin and the Northern Territory’s role in the confict of World War II.
As a result of eons of erosion into the sandstone plateau of the Table Top Range in Litchfield National Park, there are several beautiful falls and other attractions to check out, the double plunge Florence Falls being one of the most popular to take a refreshing swim in as they are easliy accessable.
The World Heritage Listed Kakadu National Park is a whopping 19,804 km2 (7,646 sq mi), which is about half the size of Switzerland. The park contains a multitude of diverse and vibrant habitats, from estuaries, rivers, woodlands and wetlands to rugged gorges and rocky escarpments.
In Nitmiluk National Park which borders Kakadu, the Katherine River meanders through the town of Katherine to join the Daly River. In one of the most beautiful places in Australia, 13 majestic gorges combine to make Katherine Gorge a must see when visiting the Top End of Australia.
Located in the heart of the Northern Territory, Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock, is the largest monolith in the world. Noted for its natural and cultural value, it is certainly one of the most well known Aussie Landmarks and the greatest of all Australian landforms if you are touring and sight seeing Down Under.