Australia’s Wild Top End
The NT is famous for rugged, beautiful landscapes. It’s home to Australia’s largest terrestrial national park (Kakadu) and for Uluru (formerly known as Ayre’s Rock). Throughout the Territory, Indigenous connection to Country is strong and a large percentage remains in, or has been returned to, Indigenous ownership. We work closely with Indigenous Traditional Owners, assisting with science-based land management.
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Unique animals of northern Australia
We’re working with partners across northern Australia in places like Fish River Station to better manage the natural environment. Meet some of our northern neighbours and help us to continue our work to secure their futures.