The remote schools and regions
Alice Springs region
With 28 very remote Indigenous schools, the Alice Springs region has the most remote schools in the Territory. Located at the heart of Australia, the region’s desert landscapes are home to the iconic Uluru and the MacDonnell Ranges. More information
The Arnhem region on the coast of the Arafura Sea has 14 very remote Indigenous schools in communities on small off-shore islands and the mainland. More information
The Barkly region has 16 remote Indigenous schools and approximately nine Indigenous groups call the region home. With sweeping grasslands and several huge cattle stations, the region is rich in pioneering and war history. More information
Sweeping from the Gulf of Carpentaria to the Western Australia border, the Katherine region has 15 very remote Indigenous schools. With a national park, hot springs, waterfalls and stunning gorges there is always plenty to see and do. More information
Palmerston and Rural region
The Palmerston and Rural region has 9 very remote Indigenous schools with spectacular scenery. The region is home to Darwin, the Territory's capital and includes the Tiwi Islands, Litchfield and Kakadu.