Red Centre 

The Red Centre is the colloquial name given to the southern desert region of the Northern Territory in Australia. The Red Centre is the place where you will find the most famous monolith of Australia, Uluru and it is where the heart of the outback beats.

Popular in Red Centre

Alice Springs is the heart of Central Australia and is comprised of cavernous gorges, boundless desert landscapes, remote Aboriginal communities and a charming pioneering history.

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is a park in the southern portion of the Northern Territory of Australia, part of the so-called Red Centre of the continent.

Yulara is a town near the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in the south of the Northern Territory, Australia.

Red Centre Photos

Loading photos…

In Red Centre

Watarrka National Park is in the Northern Territory, Australia, its main attraction being King's Canyon.

West MacDonnell National Park is in the Red Centre of Australia, west of Alice Springs, 1234 km south of Darwin.

Chambers Pillar Historical Reserve is in Northern Territory in Australia, on the edge of the Simpson Desert.

The MacDonnell Ranges are near Alice Springs in central Australia. The MacDonnell Ranges stretch east and west from Alice Springs.

The Rainbow Valley Conservation Reserve is a scenic natural reserve consisting of various formation of sandstones and rock in the Northern Territory of Australia, located 100 km South of Alice Springs.

Erldunda is a tiny town in Red Centre of the Northern Territory. The village describes themselves as a superior roadhouse.

The East MacDonnell Ranges are gaps, gorges and rocks in the Red Centre of Australia, east of Alice Springs.

Ewaninga Conservation Reserve is in Northern Territory of Australia, roughly 35 km south of Alice Springs, near Ewaninga.

Red Centre Map

Explore the map of Red Centre on Mapcarta.

Escape to a Random Place

Powered by Mapcarta. About Around Guides.
Photos provided by Panoramio under the copyright of their owners.
Loading photos…