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    13 Beautiful Locations In Central Australia That Will Confirm Its Spot As Prettiest Part Of Down Under

    Give me a home among the gum trees.

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    1. Spend your afternoon bathing in Udepata / Ellery Creek Big Hole.

    2. Swim by an ever-flowing waterfall in Maguk Gorge / Barramundi Gorge.

    3. Cruise, canoe, bushwalk or fly over the breathtaking Nitmiluk Gorge / Katherine Gorge.

    4. Be dwarfed by the iconic Karlu Karlu / Devils Marbles.

    5. Set up camp for the weekend by Leliyn / Edith Falls.

    6. Gaze in awe at the World Heritage-listed art at Ubirr.

    7. Traverse the length of the majestic Rungutjirpa / Simpsons Gap.

    8. Take a quiet dip, surrounded by a monsoon rain forest, in Wangi Falls.

    9. Stare up at the towering, sheer rock faces of Angkerle Atwatye / Standley Chasm.

    10. Climb up to one of the most spectacular natural infinity pools at Gunlom Falls.

    11. Make sure to drive along Larapinta / Finke River — one of the oldest riverbeds in the world.

    12. Plus, strap up your boots and finish at least one leg of the long and winding Larapinta Trail.

    13. And lastly, Uluru, by the light of the art installation, "Tili Wiru Tjuta Nyakutjaku" or "Field of Light".

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