Northern Territory (NT)

The Northern Territory covers about one sixth of the Australian continent with an area of 1.35 million km2 which is equal to the combined areas of France, Spain and Italy. About four- fifths of the Territory (1.09 million km2) lies within the tropics and the 6200 km coastline is generally flat and backed by swamps, mangroves and mudflats, rising to a plateau no higher than 450 m. In central Australia, the Territory is crossed by the east-west ridges of the Macdonnell Ranges, which reach heights of more than 600 m. The well-known monolith, Uluru (Ayers Rock), 348 m high, is near the south-west corner of the Territory. The northern quarter, known colloquially as the “Top End”, is a distinct region of Savannah woodlands and pockets of rain-forest. In the north-east, the Arnhem Land plateau rises abruptly from the plain and continues to the coast of the Gulf of Carpentaria. Much of the southern three-quarters of the Territory consists of desert or semi-arid plain.

Darwin

Darwin, the capital is situated in the north-western corner of the Territory and is a modern, cosmopolitan and tropical city with a vibrant multicultural population and long-standing cultural and trading links in the Asia Pacific region.With a population of over 110 234 people Darwin is built on a low-lying peninsula located on a working harbour that’s twice the size of Sydney Harbour. The suburbs are lined with tropical palms with a mixture of low set southern Australian style houses and traditional elevated Darwin housing which are built to benefit from the tropical breezes, with lush gardens of palms, bougainvillea, frangipani, orchids and other species. Wide streets, shady parks, a pedestrian mall, superb ethnic restaurants and contemporary and outback style pubs and clubs have all contributed to an upsurge in the popularity of Darwin city living. Mitchell Street is the main entertainment street, with the Darwin Waterfront Precinct offering a more family style entertaining area with cafes, retail stores and wave pool. Darwin has a more stress free environment than in other cities. There’s less traffic, less population and rarely any queues: a city with a holiday feel all year round.

 

If you are interested in moving to the Northern Territory, please contact Concept Australia for advice and assistance:

London/Kent Office

Kingfisher House
21-23 Elmfield Road
Bromley
Kent
BR1 1LT

Telephone: 020 8315 6700 or email: info@conceptaustralia.co.uk

Office hours - Monday to Friday from 09:00 -17:00

 

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