It has several wild destinations including four-wheel drive escapades, trekking on iconic landscapes, water adventures on imposing gorges in the Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks, not to mention, Australia's most recognizable natural icon, Uluru or Ayers Rock located at the Red Centre. NT is Australian Outback at its finest.
The major tourist destinations which are the most used in Northern Territory include its major cities; the National Parks of Kakadu, Kings Canyon and Litchfield; The Red Centre and Uluru; Katherine's Gorge; and the like.
As mentioned, the majority of NT is Outback desert with large ranches and farms called stations. Some of these stations actually have a bigger land area than some countries. It is in the Northern Territory the world-famous Kakadu National Park is situated, with the section of 3.2 million acres and renowned for your wildlife, waterfalls and mangroves there, not to mention the indigenous sacred sites in the Aborigines, that has probably the most cave and rock paintings anywhere inside the entire country.
Other places worth visiting include the Devils Marbles, that are famous large and red round boulders close to the capital of scotland- Tennant Creek; spectacular hiking destinations inside the McDonell Ranges; the vast wilderness of Aborigine Arnhem Land; Tiwi Islands, especially Bathurst Island; Rainbow Valley; and of course the Australian Outback desert.
Desert attractions in the Northern Territory add the aforementioned Kakadu and Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Parks, also as Tanami Track inside Tanami Desert for anyone of the more adventurous streak.