This afternoon tour showcases the best of Darwin — Australia’s only tropical capital city. You’ll travel in air-conditioned comfort and see all the city’s key sights over the course of five informative hours. Highlights include visits to the Darwin Aviation Museum — one of Australia’s key museums dedicated to flight, and the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT) — the Top End’s premier cultural institution. You’ll also visit the George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens, which is home to many unique and exotic species of flora — and even some local wildlife!
Explore the Darwin CBD with a friendly local guide during this two-hour walking tour. Learn about the bombing of Darwin in World War II and the devastation caused by Cyclone Tracy in 1974. See Government House, Parliament House and the Northern Territory Supreme Court building on your stroll through the streets of this modern tropical city.
The Top End’s wetlands provide some of the most incredible wildlife viewing and photography opportunities anywhere in the country. See stunning birdlife and resident salt and freshwater crocodiles on this fabulous wetlands cruise on Corroboree Billabong east of Darwin. Enjoy your guide’s expert commentary during the drive and a picnic lunch on board your cruise boat. Cruise for 2.5 hours through the lush wetlands, wildlife spotting along the way.
The Big Croc Feed Experience at Crocosaurus Cove offers guests the unique opportunity to feed some of the country’s largest saltwater crocodiles. Get a personal introduction to the most feared of Aussie reptiles and enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour of the facility.
Cruise Darwin Harbour at sunset on board the fabulous Charles Darwin. Head up to the Sun Deck and take in the amazing views of the city and its famous sunset. This 2.5-hour cruise includes commentary. Bar facilities are available. Upgrade your cruise to include a buffet dinner.
A day spent exploring Litchfield National Park’s diverse range of landscapes is one of the must-dos while in Darwin. This fabulous full-day tour will introduce you to ancient rocky escarpments, pristine creeks and water holes, cascading waterfalls and towering termite mounds. Enjoy expert eco-friendly commentary from your local guide.
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Experience the magic of Kakadu National Park on this fabulous full day out from Darwin. It’s the perfect option for guests who have limited time in the Top End and want to experience this world-renowned natural landscape. You’ll visit Ubirr Rock and its ancient rock art sites, and head up to Nadab lookout, which provides an amazing view over the top of Ubirr Rock and across the Nadab floodplains towards Arnhem Land. Next stop is the East Alligator River, where you’ll board the Guluyambi Cultural Cruise, for an interactive and informative experience. Explore the history and culture of the region, through the eyes of the traditional owners.
Depart Darwin for the two-hour drive to Kakadu. Your visit begins at the Nourlangie rock art galleries, which share the age-old creation stories of the local Indigenous people. After a delicious lunch, you’ll board a cruise on the Yellow Water Billabong — Kakadu’s most famous wetland. The picturesque waters are home to thousands of saltwater crocodiles and up to 60 species of birdlife. The Bininj people are the traditional custodians of the region, and a visit to Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre will give you an introduction to their traditions and heritage.
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Enjoy an afternoon drive from Darwin to the Adelaide River, to board the famous Jumping Crocodile Cruise. While cruising the river, you’ll meet some of the 1,600 resident crocodiles and watch in awe as they leap in the air to snatch food dangling over the water. Enjoy the commentary from your crew about some of the best known of these scaly characters. You’ll also visit the fascinating Windows on the Wetlands Visitor Centre, and the Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve.
Arnhem Land in the northeast corner of the Northern Territory is a vast wilderness and restricted Aboriginal zone, under the control of the Yolngu traditional owners. A permit from the Northern Land Council is required for entry, which is arranged for you as part of this fascinating day tour from Darwin. Visit Injalak Hill outside the township of Gunbalanya for a guided walk to one of the country’s most extraordinary rock art sites with a local Indigenous artist. A picnic lunch is included.
You’ll also visit the Injalak Arts and Craft Centre in Gunbalanya, which is a co-operative of around 200 local artists. Shop for paper and bark paintings, screen-printed fabrics, and woven baskets and mats.
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