The Kakadu National Park in the Tropical North is one of the main attractions. It is listed in the list of World Heritage Sites and the main features include the beautiful landscapes, wildlife and the Aboriginal rock art. The Gulf Track is a lesser known attraction in the northern area. The southern parts of the Gulf of Carpentaria are also excellent to explore.
The northwest part of the Outback is occupied by the Kimberley and Pilbara regions. The main highlights of this area are the gorgeous waterfalls, gorges and the stunning coastline. The diversity in the desert landforms and the vegetation is worth seeing.
The Central Desert is the focal point of the Australian Outback and when mentioned this is what most people think about. The Uluru is the main attraction of this area where visitors can walk around the rocks. The Oodnadatta Track is the most historic track in the Outback area and also one of the easiest that can be traversed by almost everyone. From this track visitors can detour to the Painted Desert a photographers delight.
The Simpson Desert is one of the best examples of dunal deserts in the world. The desert spans over 170,000 square kilometers. The Birdville Track is another popular track in the eastern Outback.
Throughout the Outback visitors can find small towns and cities with many of them having Halal diners and masaajid. The main city of Alice Springs has a few massajid and Halal restaurants. The city of Broken Hill also has a masaajid.