Australia’s Northern Territory makes up much of the country’s famous red centre. Home to Ayers Rock (Uluru), Alice Springs, the Kata Tjuta rock formations and 22 national parks, it encompasses everything that comes to mind when you think of the outback. The Northern Territory also has a long history; archaeological studies date its first inhabitants to 40,000 years ago, when the land was first settled by Australia’s Indigenous people. Reminders of this history can be found in numerous ancient cave paintings, such as those in Kakadu National Park.
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