Located in Australia’s Northern Territory, West MacDonnell National Park, also known as Tjoritja, is renowned for its ancient landscapes and awe-inspiring scenery. This stunning park features an array of natural waterholes, steep gorges, and picturesque camping spots. This photographer’s dream draws people from near and far to capture its beauty. Visitors can also enjoy exploring the Larapinta Trail, a popular 223-kilometre walk that traces the soaring West MacDonnell Ranges; visit Ochre Pits, an Aboriginal sacred site; and climb Mount Zeil, the Northern Territory’s highest mountain. Some other highlights include: Simpsons Gap, Ellery Creek Big Hole, Serpentine Gorge, and Roma Gorge.