Reviewed on 13 Aug. 2019
Reviewed on 2 Nov. 2019
Explore Darwin’s scenic waterfront, where you can swim in the wave pool, see turtles up close and dine in restaurants overlooking the sea.
Explore one of Australia’s best beaches by day or visit by evening to enjoy Asian food, a massage, live music and indigenous crafts at Darwin’s sunset markets.
This wildlife park offers the chance to admire a number of local species, as well as the safest encounter you can have with a saltwater crocodile.
Learn the stories behind Aboriginal paintings, local wildlife, regional archaeology and the cyclone that flattened Darwin in this gallery that has free admission.
Head to Doctors Gully at high tide to see a natural phenomenon turned tourist attraction, as shoals of fish come to the shallow waters to be fed by hand.
Admire bush orchid displays, spiky palms and local bird species as you explore one of Darwin’s most diverse natural environments.
Rich in cultural heritage, known for its balmy weather, and boasting an eclectic dining scene, the laid-back city of Darwin is a visitor's delight. Explore the sights from atop a double-decker bus and set your own pace around the Northern Territory's biggest town.
Explore the natural beauty of Katherine Gorge on this day tour. Discover the lush gorges of Nitmiluk National Park. See the dramatic Edith Falls and Aboriginal rock art. Cruise through Katherine Gorge among freshwater crocodiles, wonderful bird life, and amazing scenery.
Lose yourself in the beauty of Australia's Kakadu National Park. Marvel at Aboriginal rock art at Nourlangie, immerse yourself in Aboriginal culture, and cruise the Yellow Water Billabong—home to myriad plants and wildlife (including the world-infamous saltwater crocodile).
Enjoy a fun-filled day exploring the Northern Territory's Litchfield National Park. Discover this unique landscape with its abundant waterfalls, monsoon rainforest, bushwalking tracks, and many swimming holes.
Take in the serenity and beauty of Kakadu National Park's diverse nature. Marvel at the tapestry of sandstone escarpments, take a cruise on the Yellow Water Billabong, spot crocodiles and native bird life, and immerse yourself in Aboriginal culture.
Make your own way to Stokes Hill Wharf to meet your spacious catamaran for your sunset cruise on Darwin Harbour. After your captain welcomes you aboard the boat, take a seat on one of the large decks or inside the cabin, or head to the bow to get comfortable on a beanbag chair.