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How many Crocodiles are there in the Top End?

1. 50,000 – 100,000
2. 100,000 – 150,000
3. 150,000 – 200,000
4. 200,000 - 250,000

There are more than 200,000 crocs in the Top End!

What is the name of the iconic loop that goes from Darwin to Katherine via Kakadu?

1. The Nature's Way
2. Outbackers Journey
3. Top End Loop
4. The Ghan

If you loop from Darwin to Katherine, you are on The Nature’s Way

How long is the drive from Alice Springs to Uluru?

1. 30 mins
2. 2 hours
3. 4.5 hours
4. 6 hours

Uluru is 4.5 hours from Alice Springs via the Stuart and Lasseter Highways

What species of fish is tagged in the Top End’s Million Dollar Fish competition?

1. Barramundi
2. Salmon
3. Cod
4. Black Jewfish

Catching a Barramundi could land you a million dollars in this unique competition

In which Northern Territory town would you find the most remote set of traffic lights?

1. Humpty Doo
2. Daly Waters
3. Borroloola
4. Pine Creek

Daly Waters holds this record - there isn’t another set for 500 kilometres

Which Northern Territory National Park is the largest in Australia?

1. Karijini National Park
2. Litchfield National Park
3. Kakadu National Park
4. Uluru Kata-Tjuta National Park

At nearly 20,000 square kilometres, Kakadu is the largest National Park in Australia

In the iconic Australian film The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, which outback town were the main characters enroute to?

1. Tennant Creek
2. Borroloola
3. Katherine
4. Alice Springs

The main characters were enroute to perform at Lasseters Hotel in Alice Springs

Which city in the Northern Territory is named after a famous British naturalist and geologist?

1. Katherine
2. Darwin
3. Perth
4. Uluru

In 1839, Darwin Harbour was named by Lt John Lort Stokes after his former shipmate, Charles Darwin. The city was renamed from Palmerston to Darwin in 1911.

What is the name of the famous crocodile at Croc Cove that starred in the Crocodile Dundee film?

1. Harry
2. Denzel
3. Burt
4. Dundee

Burt is the oldest and most famous resident at Crocosaurus Cove!

Darwin is famous for a regatta where the boats are crafted from something a little different, what is it?

1. Aerosol cans
2. Beer cans
3. Water bottles
4. Corks

The annual Darwin Lions Beer Can Regatta sees competitors race in boats constructed from beer cans in ‘The Battle of Mindil’. It will be next held on 14 July 2019.

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