The massive Kings Canyon is situated within the Watarrka National Park and is an essential addition to any Northern Territory itinerary. Surrounded by desert, this magnificent natural wonder plunges 885 feet deep and is one of the Red Centre’s most astounding attractions. A selection of walks allows you to explore the soaring sandstone walls, sheltered valleys, and verdant plant life within the mighty chasm, while scenic flights will save your feet and offer sublime views from overhead. However you choose to experience it, Kings Canyon will not disappoint.
The overwhelming enormity of Australia’s most famous natural landmark, coupled with the strong sense of spirituality and amazing changing colours of reds, ochres and purples ensures that a visit to this area is a must.Get inspired nowSeptember 24, 1:01 pm
Experience the extraordinary natural beauty of the Top End, perfectly positioned at Australia’s northernmost point. Combine a balmy tropical climate with an endless itinerary of things to see and do, and you’re in a traveller’s utopia. The Top End is the ideal place to encounter the country’s most exotic wilderness, resplendent in its contrasting colours and vivid landscapes that need to be seen to be believed. From Kakadu to Katherine you’ll find unspoilt water holes and rugged bushland awaiting your exploration, so put on your adventurer’s hat and prepare to be amazed.Explore the Top End nowSeptember 24, 12:57 pm
Experience the beauty of the Watarrka National Park and Kings Canyon via a spectacular scenic helicopter flight.Savour that viewSeptember 23, 6:35 pm
Imagine the romance of a table for two in a wilderness setting under a canopy of the southern night sky.Dine and unwindSeptember 23, 6:33 pm
Gentler than the rim walk, this shorter walk highlights the splendor of this natural wonder.Enjoy a strollSeptember 23, 6:30 pm
This moderately challenging 3.5 mile walk provides stunning panoramic views of the Canyon rim.Explore moreSeptember 23, 6:28 pm
Watarrka National Park is home to Kings Canyon, a mighty chasm cleaving the earth to a depth of 885 feet.Take a breath and look down!September 23, 6:24 pm
Experience the quirky activities and events ranging from riding a camel to dinner to a Flintestone-styled boat race.
Experience the extraordinary natural beauty of the Top End, perfectly positioned at Australia's northernmost point.
Uluru / Ayers Rock is arguably Australia's most famous natural icon.
The Red Centre is the geographical and spiritual heart of Australia.
Watarrka National Park is best known as the home of Kings Canyon, a mighty chasm cleaving the earth to a depth of 270 metres.
The Red Centre's extreme conditions have allowed it to support some of the most unique flora and fauna on the planet.
With only a piece of clear acrylic separating you from a crocodile - it's the ultimate action-packed adventure!
Framed by the MacDonnell Ranges, the township of Alice Springs is Australia's most famous outback town.
Discover Australia’s real Outback in the Northern Territory. From its iconic natural wonders including Uluru and Kakadu National Park, to its rich Aboriginal cultures and spectacular wildlife, the Northern Territory is the place to be for an unforgettable escape.Find out more
Explore the wonders of Kakadu National Park on this 5 day adventure.September 24, 4:06 pm
Experience the magic of Uluru on this 5 day tour.September 24, 1:14 pm
There is no place better to engage with local outback characters and find dramatic sunsets and sunrises, and home of the Aboriginal people.September 24, 1:11 pm
7 Day Highlights of the Northern Territory from $2239.September 24, 1:09 pm
Travel on the famous Ghan journey from Adelaide to Alice Springs - the heart of the Red Centre.September 24, 1:08 pm