|Area||34,604 km2 (13,360.7 sq mi)|
The Central Arnhem, an interim Australian bioregion, is located in the Northern Territory, comprising an area of 3,462,433 hectares (8,555,860 acres) of central Arnhem Land in the Top End of the Northern Territory.
The bioregion is characterised by gently sloping terrain with scattered low hills and breakaways. Open forest and woodland vegetation is dominated by Darwin stringybark. Almost all the land is Aboriginal freehold. There are no major industries. The bioregion is sparsely populated, andis the largest community.