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Driving the West MacDonnell Ranges to Uluru, NT

Linking together three of Central Australia’s drawcards — the West MacDonnell Ranges, Kings Canyon and Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park — this 729km route is one of this country’s great ‘must-do’ drives.

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Pub camping craze

From humble beginnings in 2014, Country Pub Camping has grown to include 120,000 members and 1200 pubs Australia-wide.

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Keep River National Park

This tropical sandstone playground on the WA/NT border dishes up indigenous history, cabbage palms and gigantic beehive rock formations. If you can handle the heat, read on.

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West of Centre

Rich natural history meets picturesque scenery in Australia's hot, red centre

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Kakadu Through the Eyes of a Jabiru

Kakadu Air offers one of the world’s most unique airborne experiences

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 Butterfly Falls

NT’s Lost Lands: Lorella Springs and Limmen National Park

Low range 4WDing, off-grid camping, hot springs, sandstone pillars, and emerald rivers. You’d be kicking yourself if you didn’t weave these two hotspots into your next Top End Adventure.

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Ruby Gap is littered with tiny little garnets that are easily visible in the sand

Family Adventure, Part 5: The MacDonnell Ranges

On the road with the family, living out of a camper trailer, exploring the NT desert. Does it get any better than this?

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Swimming in Bell Gorge Falls infinity pool

Waterholes in Northern Australia

Waterholes in Northern Australia

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The lesser known of the red centre icons is Kings Canyon. Located in Watarrka National Park, it's a

Kings Canyon, NT

DESTINATION: KINGS CANYON, NORTHERN TERRITORY

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Head off-grid with Projecta 12V Semi-Flexible Solar Panels

We all love exploring Australia’s best off-grid campsites, and having a good solar power setup is a must.

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How to drive on dirt and gravel roads | Top tips

From deserts to beaches, forested high country to savannah plains and everything in between — Australia’s huge variety of terrain makes four-wheel driving one of our most popular pastimes.

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