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Car Hire Northern Territory

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Why Hertz

  • Best price guarantee

    In the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we will refund the difference.

  • No Fees

    No cancellation or amendment fees** and no credit card fees.

  • No Hidden Extras

    No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included.

Experience the best of Australia’s deep outback

There is no place that says outback quite like the Northern Territory. Australia’s diverse and dramatic northern state is infused with wildlife and natural icons at every turn, providing you easy access to some of the most rugged deserts in the world.

The territory offers endless sites of Indigenous culture for you to immerse yourself and learn about our first nations people. Unlike in other states, you’ll be able to truly get to know the peoples that make up the world’s oldest living cultures by exploring their art and sacred sites.

At the bottom of the state stands one of Australia’s most widely known natural landmarks: Uluru. Standing at over 800 metres tall, the dusty red monolith is a sight to behold in the middle of a flat outback landscape. It is one of the most sacred sites for the local Pitjantjatjara people, whose rock paintings line the surface of the rock.

Nearby Uluru stands Kata Tjuta, a group of towering rocks about 30 kilometres away. Again sacred to the Pitjantjatjara nation, the rock faces change colours in the sunset and sunrise.

Up north, you’ll come across Arnhem Land, a stretch of beautiful coastline that is home to the Yolgnu people. Here, the natural landscape is mostly untouched, and offers a superb insight into the lives of the traditional landowners. Further inland, you can explore Kakadu and enjoy some of the most unique cultural experiences.