How to Spend a Week in Australia’s Northern Territory | Northern Territory Travel Guide

What's on in Darwin January 2019
Crocosaurus Cove in Darwin, Northern Territory

Things to do in Darwin, Book Here

3-Hour Gourmet Dinner Tour 6pm to 9pm Cage of Death – 2 people Croc N Cruise
Big Croc Feed VIP Experience Sunset Fish’n Chips Cruise Darwin Attraction Pass
3-Hour Gourmet Lunch Tour 11am to 2pm Champagne Sunset Sail (3 hrs 5 – 8pm) Croc N History Explorer
Tropical Light Tropical Bite Cruise + CHOW DInner Cage of Death – 1 person Half Day Morning Offshore Fishing Charter
Crocosaurus Cove Entry Croc N History Full Day Offshore Reef and Game Fishing Charter
Harbour Fishing Half Day One Day Arnhemland Tour – Injalak Hill (ex Jabiru) 4.30 pm – 2.0 hour Sunset Cruise (April – Oct)
Croc Explorer Barramundi Fishing at Corroboree Billabong Full Day One Day Arnhemland Sightseeing Day Tour (ex Jabiru)
Sole/Group Charter FULL DAY Family Fun Day 2A + 4C 9 DAY DARWIN TO BROOME 4WD ADVENTURE
Sole/Group Charter – Half Day Broome to Darwin One Day Arnhemland Tour – Injalak Hill (ex Darwin)
Darwin Morning Tour ALL SEASONS – Wild Explorer – Berry Springs shuttle service 9 DAY DARWIN TO BROOME 4WD FAMILY ADVENTURE
PUBLIC TOUR – Brunch by the Beach Kakadu, Nitmiluk & Litchfield – 8 day walking tour 7 Day Top End & Barunga Festival – Tue Jun 8th 2021

Northern Territory Travel Guide

Planning a trip to the Northern Territory? It’s best to visit during the  dry season from mid to late April through to October. During the wet season the NT pretty much shuts up shop along with many of the attractions and some areas of the National Parks become inaccessible. Planning your visit from April – October will ensure you can see and do lots more things to make the most out of your time up North!   We’ve put together a Northern Territory 1 week itinerary travel guide for a week’s itinerary including where to stay in Darwin, activities around the city and exciting adventure tours departing from Darwin so you can make the most out of Australia’s wildest State!
melaleuca on mitchell hostel darwin
Book your stay in Darwin at Melaleuca on Mitchell

Best Places to stay in Darwin

Melaleuca on Mitchell  This hostel is Darwin’s newest Backpacker accommodation situated right in the heart of the city.  Big screen TV, 2 pools, licensed bar and great range of accommodation options to suit all budgets. 52 Mitchell St, Darwin City NT 0800 www.momdarwin.com or call (+61) 08 8941 7800 Darwin Down Under Hostels  Conveniently located on the edge of Darwin CBD,  this darwin hostel offers a quieter stay with 4-6 bed accommodation options and a comfortable walk to all the must do sites in Darwin. 4 Harriet Pl, Darwin City NT 0800 downunderhostels.com or call (+61) 427 347 102 Darwin YHA  The Darwin YHA offers all the essentials you would expect, plus outdoor pool, and lively bar opening out onto Mitchell Street. 52 Mitchell Street, Darwin , NT 0800 www.yha.com.au or call 1300 723 437

What to do in Darwin?

Stokes Hill Wharf Head to Stokes Hill Wharf and have a wander around the harbour.  Book a boat tour or cruise, enjoy a yummy lunch or do a spot of fishing off the free fishing platforms. www.waterfront.nt.gov.au Mindil Beach Sunset Market Northern Territory Travel Guide Mindil Beach Sunset Market  Everybody loves a classic market. World famous Mindil Markets are renowned for awesome sunsets over the sea, in a relaxed, yet vibrant, tropical setting. Sunday and Thursday, April to October. www.tourismtopend.com.au Crocosaurus Cove, Darwin City A must see NT attraction that boasts the largest collection of Australian reptiles and some of the largest ‘Salty Crocs’! And if you are feeling brave, opt for the once in a lifetime ‘Cage of Death’ experience bringing you face to face with these fantastic beasts! www.crocosauruscove.com

Best Activities and Tours to do around Darwin

Kakadu Wild’s 3 Day Kakadu & Litchfield Tour This 3 day, 4wd guided safari is the perfect way to get to grips with the diverse and rich landscapes of  both Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks. Cruise the croc-inhabited waters of the Mary River Wetlands, hike to Ubirr to see ancient Aboriginal rock art and marvel at the beautiful Maguk Waterfalls.   Grab 10% off today in the early bird sale kakaduwild.com.au Mulgas Adventures Darwin To Alice Springs Tour If you’re looking for a creative way to move on to your next destination, then Mulgas Darwin To Alice Springs tour will give you a complete outback experience whilst taking you to your next destination. Think sleeping in swags under the stars, tasting outback foods such as camel and kangaroo and hiking through some of the best scenery in Australia. Check out Darwin to The Rock Ultimate Tour package. Package includes: a 3 day camping tour of Uluru; stop over in Alice Springs and numerous awesome stops en route including Mataranka Hot Springs and Edith Falls! Check out these Uluru tours from Darwin www.mulgasadventures.com.au ATA’s Darwin to Broome Tour Heading west after your time in the Northern Territory? ATA will take you on an epic adventure across State borders into Western Australia crossing the stunning Kimberley Region. Departing from Darwin you’ll encounter famous sights such as the Bungle Bungle Ranges, the Echidna Chasm, Lake Argyle and more over the course of 10 days! Find out more about this tour here By Gemma Glover [divider] Learn more about Northern Territory highlights and Darwin to Uluru Tours