The Katherine and Tennant Creek regions are must see places that offer unforgettable experiences during your journey through the Northern Territory.
Fascinating landscapes steeped in ancient culture and populated by unique characters make them great places to stop off and explore.
Both Katherine and Tennant Creek are on the Explorers Way (Stuart Highway), which links Alice Springs in the south to Darwin in the north. The highway weaves past spinifex and rocky outcrops through Mitchell grass plains to savanna woodlands, ending abruptly at the shores of the Timor Sea.
This journey is a world away from traffic congestion and noise. You feel the freedom and space of the dramatic landscape, making for a journey that will always be remembered.
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