Northern Territory takes up a large part of the north-central part of Australia, including large desert areas and Kakadu National Park. The state capital is Darwin.
Please do not submit to this category unless you cannot find an appropriate category under localities or one of the sub-categories listed at Territory level. Submitting here will delay your listing whilst evidence is gathered to prove eligibility.
Intended for arts and entertainment related sites
Please submit all sites to their correct locality and category.
Departments and agencies of the Northern Territory Government.
Please only submit NT Government sites to this category.
Includes general interest online guides and directories specific to the Territory; those that are specific to a particular topic should instead be placed within the appropriate topic subcategory within the Territory.
This category contains links to health sites including medical related services and providers.
Please submit all sites to their correct location and category.
This category contains a list of Northern Territory localities that currently have web sites.
Please submit all sites to their correct locality and category.
Intended for maps and views covering more than one region of Northern Territory
Outlets for news and broadcast media in the Northern Territory.
This category is for listing sites relating to Bushwalking in the Northern Territory.

If the site you are submitting is more broadly related to bushwalking in Australia or to another state or region, please refer to national category or the applicable state category. See the link below for the national category and links to the state categories:


The Barkly Region is located in the central east of the Northern Territory and covers an area, of approximately 301,000 square kilometres - from 200 kilometres west of the Stuart Highway, eastwards to the Queensland border and from Dunmarra in the north, to Barrow Creek in the south. Major communities include Tennant Creek, Alpurrurulam, Ali Curung, Elliott, Canteen Creek, Epennera and a further 47 outstation communities serviced by the Julalikari Buramana Aboriginal Corporation based in Tennant Creek. The 1991 census listed the regional population at just under 5,300 with 43% of people identifying as Aboriginal.
Intended for personal pages by residents of NT or exclusively about NT.
Please DO NOT submit your site to this category unless your site clearly indicates that you have multiple physical branches of your travel and tourism business in several different regions of the NT or you are an umbrella organisation for NT travel and tourism. Please select instead your nearest locality or, failing that, municipality or region. If you do not qualify for listing here, submitting here WILL DELAY your listing whilst an alternative home is found for it.
Includes all weather-related sites for the Northern Territory