Backpacker Tours from Darwin

Backpacker Tours from Darwin

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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

Backpacker Tours from Darwin Northern Territory

Experience the World Heritage Kakadu National Park on this Backpacker tours from Darwin. On this small group Kakadu day tour, your off-road Guide will interpret for you, the Ancient Artworks at the Ubirr Rock Art Sites. Here you’ll visit an incredible ancient rock art gallery home to some of the oldest artworks in the world by booking your tour with Adventure Tours

Northern Territory

The Northern Territory is home to two spectacular natural rock formations, Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), which are sacred to the local Aboriginal peoples and which have become major tourist attractions.

The Wet Season

The wet season in Darwin is characterized by high humidity, monsoonal rains and storms. Average temperatures range from 24.7 – 32 °C and humidity can push past 80 per cent. The average annual rainfall is 1727.3 mm and January is the wettest month. Despite this, January and February are considered by many as the most beautiful time of year in the Top End. Sunny days and afternoon storms refresh the landscape, and animals and plants flourish.

Ancient Rock Art

Your guide will take you through the gallery, pointing out some of the iconic artworks as well as giving you an insider’s perspective and historical background on the Cultural stories behind the artworks. 

Nadab Lookout

As you walk through the gallery, you’ll slowly make your way towards the Nadab lookout. Here you will see incredible views out over the top of Ubirr Rock and across the Nadab floodplains towards the iconic Arnhem Land. And climb to the top to view the 360 lookout over the Wetlands from the Nadab lookout. For the less active, there is still plenty of art to view at ground level, but for those who make it to the top, the view is worth the climb. The climb is not difficult but can be steep in places. 

Guluyambi Cultural Cruise

Join the Guluyambi Cultural Cruise on the East Alligator River, to hear about the history and culture of the people and the land and take up their invitation for a step into Arnhem Land, where there will be a small cultural demonstration. Its unique terrain makes it a picture-perfect experience

Cultural Demonstration

An experience you won’t want to miss, your Indigenous guide will give you a historical and cultural perspective of the area through the eyes of a local. You are invited to stop midway through the cruise and take a walk out into Arnhem Land. Here you will be given a short Cultural demonstration. Like this, Read this: Darwin to Cairns Overland Adventures by Bus or Coach