Uluru might look just like it did at the dawn of humanity, but that doesn't mean everything in the Northern Territory stays the same! For first time visitors or those hankering for a return, there's plenty of new experiences on offer in the Territory.
Enjoy the burgeoning culinary scene, see some old favourites from a new perspective and light up your NT nights – literally.
Oh, and did we mention you can take a helicopter to swim in a private waterfall?
When you think you’ve seen it all, there’s always something unexpected on offer in the Territory. Here's what's new …
Light up your Red Centre experience
The stunning natural colours of Australia's Red Centre will stay with you forever. Building upon these natural wonders, two internationally-acclaimed light festivals create an astonishing feast for your eyes.
Parrtjima, Australia's only Aboriginal-inspired light festival, combines traditional painting with state-of-the-art light shows, creating a truly unique experience.
Meanwhile, Field of Light Uluru, created by renowned British artist Bruce Munro, is an outdoor light gallery with over 50,000 solar lights, creating a once in a lifetime experience that's not to be missed. But be quick, the installation is due to end 31 December 2020.
Float high above the Aussie Outback
Outback Ballooning will take you up above the Red Centre, where you can soak in the stunning views in every direction. Watch the sun come up over the horizon and see the colours change right before your eyes.
Their new 24-passenger balloon is the largest in the southern hemisphere, so there's even space for large groups.