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Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park is a protected area in the Northern Territory of Australia. The park is home to both Uluru and Kata Tjuta. It is located 1,943 kilometres south of Darwin by road and 440 kilometres south-west of Alice.
A unique destination walk hike or picnic only 40 minutes drive from Melbourne CBD the Organ Pipes are one of the worlds oldest volcanic lava flows. A truly breathtaking geological structure named so because of the 2.5 million-year-old basalt columns.
Krka National Park is a spacious, predominantly unchanged area of exceptional and multiple natural values, and includes one or more preserved or slightly altered ecosystems. Its purpose is primarily scientific, cultural, educational and recreational
Kosciuszko National Park lies in Australia's state of New South Wales, near the Victorian border. Its rugged alpine landscape is defined by gum trees, wildflowers, waterfalls and limestone gorges. It's home to mainland Australia's highest peak, Mt. Kosciuszko,
Kakadu National Park is an enormous, biodiverse nature reserve in Australia’s Northern Territory. With terrain encompassing wetlands, rivers and sandstone escarpments, it’s home to some 2,000 plant species and wildlife from saltwater crocodiles and flatback turtles to birds
Established in 1988, was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2009. Apart from the spectaural limestone and scenic veiws there are many outdoor outdoors activities that you can take part in, including skiing, climbing, hiking, and paragliding.