|Area||20,922 km2 (8,078.0 sq mi)|
The Daly Basin, an interim Australian bioregion, is located in the Northern Territory, comprising an area of 2,092,229 hectares (5,170,010 acres) of central Arnhem Land in the Top End of the Northern Territory.
The bioregion includes gently undulating plains with scattered low plateau remnants and some rocky hills and gorges along its western edge. The dominant vegetation is Darwin woolybutt and stringybark open forests. Land uses include extensive grazing, intensive horticulture, and tourism. There are also areas of Aboriginal land. The major population centre is .
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- "Interim Biogeographic Regionalisation for Australia (IBRA7) regions and codes". Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities. Commonwealth of Australia. 2012. Retrieved 13 January 2013.
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