Darwin & Surrounds

Enjoy the vibrance and yet laid-back lifestyle of this tropical capital city, rich in WWII history, culture and superb Asian-influenced dining. Explore the city’s bustling markets, including the famous Mindil Beach Sunset Market, and venture down to the modern Waterfront precinct for relaxed lagoon swimming, dining and seasonal events year-round.

Head to Crocosaurus Cove, in the heart of the city, for the world’s largest display of Australian reptiles and saltwater crocodiles. Catch a famous Top End sunset and experience picturesque views of Darwin Harbour on a sunset cruise. Indulge your sense of adventure on a thrilling airboat ride around the harbour and mud flats and watch crocodiles jump from the water on a Jumping Crocodiles tour.

Only an hour from Darwin is the must do Litchfield National Park, home to spectacular waterfalls and waterholes nestled amongst surrounding monsoonal vine forests. Float around in the invigorating natural pools and marvel at the impressive and enormous Magnetic Termite mounds unique to northern Australia.