In pictures: South Australia and the Northern Territory’s highlights

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South Australia Remarkable Rocks
South Australia Remarkable Rocks

From ocean activities to outback adventures, starry skies and vast landscapes, these are our highlights of South Australia and the Northern Territory, in pictures

There are tens of thousands of ‘roos on Kangaroo Island, south of Adelaide

Uluru, or Ayers Rock, is one of the Northern Territory’s – and indeed Australia’s – greatest sights

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Uluru

The Flinders Ranges, Australia’s largest mountain range, are an easy drive from Adelaide

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Flinders Ranges

Ubirr, in the Northern Territory’s Kakadu National Park, is famous for its rock art sites

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Ubirr, Kakadu National Park

The white salt pan of Lake Gairdner contrasts with the red of the surrounding landscape

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Lake Gairdner

Ballooning over the outback at Alice Springs

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Hot air ballooning

Bethany Wines is found in the Barossa and is one of the oldest producers in the region

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Bethany Wines, Barossa

Ormiston Gorge can be found in the Red Centre, and you can camp in the area too

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Ormiston Gorge

The Remarkable Rocks are one of the icons of Kangaroo Island

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The Remarkable Rocks

You can swim at the Mataranka thermal pools in Katherine, Northern Territory

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Mataranka thermal pools

 

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