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Northern Territory

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Northern Territory destinations

Alice Springs

Around the Northern Territory

Darwin

Uluru and Kata Tjuta

Northern Territory

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Alice Springs

Around the Northern Territory

Darwin

Uluru and Kata Tjuta

When To Go

Time Zone

Australia has several time zones, and some states observe Daylight Saving during summer months.

Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) covers Queensland, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), Victoria and Tasmania.
Central Standard Time (CST) covers the Northern Territory and South Australia, and is 30 minutes behind AEST.
Western Standard Time (WST) covers Western Australia, and is two hours behind AEST.

Daylight Saving time, when the clocks are turned forward one hour, runs in all states except Queensland, the Northern Territory and Western Australia, from the first Sunday in October to the first Sunday in April.

What it Costs

Abstract Pricing at a Glance

Prices often fluctuate dynamically depending on capacity, seasonality and deals. We don’t want to lead you astray by quoting exact prices that quickly become wrong. To give you a rough idea for budgetary planning purposes, though, we have indicated general price ranges for all points of interest.

Price ranges are quoted in $AU.

See & Do
N/A => Not applicable
Free
$ => Tickets less than $20 per person
$$ => Tickets $20-70 per person
$$$ => Tickets $70 per person

Sleep
$ => Rooms less than $200 for a double
$$ => Rooms $205-300 for a double
$$$ => Rooms $300 for a double

Eat
$ => $1-$35 per person for a meal (without alcohol, tax, tip)
$$ => $35-$80 per person for a meal (without alcohol, tax, tip)
$$$ => $80 per person for a meal (without alcohol, tax, tip)

Shop
N/A => Not applicable

Tours
$ => Tickets less than $20 per person
$$ => Tickets $20-$50 per person
$$$ => Tickets $50 per person