The Red Center of Australia- Northern Territory

Posted by Jeremy Storer on August 30, 2011

Northern Territory which is also recognized as real Australia by most of the people is bordered by the Timor and Arafura seas to the north, and the states of Western Australia to the west, South Australia to the south and Queensland to the east. Darwin which is the capital of Northern Territory closer to Bali faces towards the Asia and the same time carry the eye catching splendor. The Red Centre of Australia where the sand is really red characterizes the stunning MacDonnell Ranges and the Simpson Deserts.

Opposite to it the luxuriant greens of the rainforests and the pampas woodlands of the northern lands that unifies into the monsoonal Timor and Arafura Sea spread its appealing beauty. Close to the geographic center of the continent is the swiftly detectable iconic Uluru which is also known as Ayers Rock. Nothing compares to the thrill and adventure which is experienced meeting this hulk of the horizon which is so lone and impressive. Close to it is the giant tabletop mountain which is known as Mount Connor is also impressive in scale.