Best Hostels in Northern Territory, Australia

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You have properly been down under unless you have visited the top end of Australia, The Northern Territory. This is where things get really “Aussie-fied” and every cliche under the Australian sun is there for your enjoyment. Wildlife, staggering landscapes and empty endless roads, amazing national parks and of course, the adventure of a lifetime. But with all this you still need a place to get your head down, so here are the best hostels in Northern Territory Australia.

The Best Hostels In Northern Territory Australia

The Northern Territory can not be missed if you wish to have the the full Australia experience and to make sure you get the full thing here are the best hostels in Northern Territory, Australia.

Alice Lodge Backpackers

Address: 4 Mueller St, East Side NT 0870, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8953 1975

Darwin YHA- Melaleuca on Mitchell (advertiser)

Address: 52 Mitchell St, Darwin City NT 0800, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8941 7800

Chilli’s Backpackers

Address: 69A Mitchell St, Darwin City NT 0800, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8941 9722

Haven Backpacker Resort

Address: 3 Larapinta Dr, Alice Springs NT 0870, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8952 4663

Youth Shack Backpackers

Address: 69 Mitchell St, Darwin City NT 0800, Australia
Phone: +61 1300 201 361

Here Are Some Top Things to Do With the Best Hostels in Northern Territory Australia.

The Cage Of Death at Crocosaurus Cove

Right in the heart of Darwin City, Crocosaurus Cove hosts a completely unique and thrilling Crocodile dive experience. Housing almost 200 Saltwater crocodiles, some over 5 metres long, Crocosaurus Cove allows you to not only see their crocodiles from the safe viewing platform, but also share the water they swim in. The Saltwater Crocodiles are also known to be one of the most dangerous reptiles in Australia, and so it is no wonder that they call this thrilling attraction the ‘Cage of Death’.

Northern Territory 4WD Experience

If you like the idea of a thrilling ride behind the wheel of a man made beast then hop on the 4WD tracks that lead you straight to UNESCO World Heritage areas such as Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Hiking trails end at dramatic, cavernous gorges where the year round warm weather makes for perfect swimming conditions.

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Darwin to Uluru

Why not explore into the heart of Australia and back. Uluru is famously known as a Northern Territory excursion; making your way down on an epic adventure, through the open landscape and empty outback roads. Its a real touch of what the true aussie experience is and there is no reason to miss out whilst you are based in the Northern Territory!

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