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Bed & Breakfast & Farmstay | Northern Territory

Northern Territory provides an abundance of attractions and experiences that can be enjoyed by staying at any of the 8 member's properties we provide.

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Renowned for its colourful outback characters and unique Aboriginal culture the Northern Territory stretches from the tropical north of Australia down to its red centre. Remote outback cattle stations where children take their lessons by Internet through the school of the air, and the Flying Doctor Service are synonymous with life in the bush. We do not have member properties at some of the very remote places you will wish to visit in the NT, but there are some wonderful places to stay in and around Darwin, Katherine and Alice Springs.  
Ancient Aboriginal rock art
Camel rides
Crocodile farms
Desert wildflowers blooming after the wet seasons rains
Didgeridoo playing and ancient aboriginal dreamtime stories
Pristine tropical beaches
Fishing, deep sea, inland billabongs, tidal rivers and mangrove-lined estuaries.
Hot air ballooning
Kakadu National Park
Katherine Gorge
Outback desert towns
Unbelievably stunning sunsets
Trek the Larapinta Trail
Tropical wildlife and lush vegetation
Uluru/Ayers Rock
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The Tropical North which includes Darwin and Katherine has an average temperature of 32 degrees celsius all year, with varying humidity. The wet season is from December to March. The dry season from April to November, has warm, sunny days and cool nights. From Alice Springs to Uluru the climate is semi-arid. It experiences hot summer days from December to February and cold nights during the Australian winter months from June to August. Spring and autumn are warm throughout the day and cool at night. 
GMT +9.5. The Northern Territory has daylight saving time.
The area code for the Northern Territory is (0)8.
Arriving by Air
Darwin International Airport is situated 13km northeast of the City.
Transfer to the city: Taxis take around 10 minutes to the city centre. There is also an airport-city shuttle bus between the airport and city accommodation.  More information: www.ntairports.com.au
The Northern Territory's second airport is located in Alice Springs. Alice Springs Airport is located 13 km from the city centre. 
Transfer to the city: A shuttle bus operates between the airport and city. More information: www.buslink.com.au
Arriving by Train
The Ghan is a truly great way to travel from Adelaide to Alice Springs and on to  Darwin. 
Public Transport
Bus services provide the only public transport options in and around Darwin and Alice Springs. Regular services run seven days a week. Almost all attractions are serviced by a bus route. The only other public transport option is taxi. The Alice Springs buses are renowned for their colourful artwork. There are good roads between Darwin and the larger towns. A number of buslines and outback airlines operate throughout the Territory including Greyhound Australia.  


Travel Information For Northern Territory