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Things to do in and around regional Northern Territory
Vast, rugged and wild, the Northern Territory is an adventurer’s paradise. Covering more than 1.3 million square kilometres, the Northern Territory is one of the largest of Australia’s states and territories – but the least populated, with only 233,300 people calling it home. Immense and sparsely populated, NT has much to discover and explore.
The Northern Territory is a delight for nature enthusiasts, with more than 400 species of birds, 300 reptiles, 50 frogs, 150 mammals, and several hundred species of fish all calling NT home. Visitors can get close to nature by visiting one of the many stunning National Parks and Nature Reserves, or by taking a tour.
There is an abundance of cruises and tours around NT, allowing visitors to meet the local crocodiles, do a spot of barramundi fishing, or explore the Red Centre and Top End by 4WD. Visitors can ride a camel across the desert, or fly across it in a hot air balloon. They can also learn more about the Northern Territory’s important cultural ties and its past.
While big cities are generally more popular for business events and conferences, Regional NT certainly has a lot to offer. Accor has several excellent hotels offering conference facilities in Regional NT, making it the ideal destination for business trips that require meeting rooms, for functions and events, and for team building and incentives.
About Accor Conference Venues in regional Northern Territory
Ayers Rock Resort offers an outstanding range of conference facilities and accommodation options. The resort itself includes four hotels – the 5 star Sails in the Desert, the Desert Gardens Hotel, the self-contained Emu Walk Apartments, and the Outback Pioneer Hotel and Lodge, as well as the Ayers Rock Campground, offering powered campsites and air conditioned cabins.
The resort also features a shopping centre, four swimming pools, two tennis courts, a spa, a playground, a medical service, a tour desk, and a visitor information centre. Each hotel also has a wide range of restaurants, cafés and bars, perfect for any occasion. And of course, given its location, the resort is in the perfect spot to allow visitors to explore Uluru, Kata Tjuta and the rest of the Red Centre.
As an NT conference venue, Ayers Rock Resort has a variety of versatile event spaces. Those event spaces offer a range of flexible function layouts, catering for everything from intimate boardroom meetings of 12 people, all the way up to large conferences accommodating 420 people. Conference facilities are well equipped and well presented, offering the latest presentation technology.
For visitors looking to host a conference in Alice Springs, ibis Styles Alice Springs Oasis is just minutes from Alice Springs town centre, and features a range of superb accommodation options and conference facilities. With 102 contemporary, stylish guest rooms, two swimming pools, a restaurant and bar, an event space that accommodates up to 80 people, and a nearby 18-hole golf course, ibis Styles Alice Springs Oasis is the ideal choice.