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Darwin City Site Seeing Coach Tour
View the restaurants and cafes on vibrant Mitchell Street, cruise down Smith Street Mall and see the trendy Darwin Wharf district, located on the harbor. Head to Stokes Hill and Fort Hill Wharf, and visit Darwin Botanical Gardens and Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. Drive by Mindil Beach, where the popular outdoor Mindil Beach Sunset Market pops up two evenings per week, with an amazing variety of food vendors and crafts. Read below to know about Darwin Day Trips Excursions & Full Day Trips.
Darwin Sunset Cruise
Set out from Stokes Hill Wharf in Darwin for a fabulous sunset cruise with refreshments. Relax and enjoy watching a colorful Top End sunset over Fannie Bay from the best spot in Darwin Harbour.
Full Day Trips From Darwin
Katherine Gorge Day Tour From Darwin
Take a full-day detour from Darwin to explore the beautiful natural playground of Katherine Gorge. Cruise between ancient sandstone cliffs for an up-close perspective of Aboriginal rock art and crocodiles lounging on the riverbanks. Take a dip in a natural swimming hole at the base of Edith Falls, and recharge with a delicious picnic lunch.
Day Tour From Darwin to Litchfield National Park
Discover the landscape of ancient rock formations, monsoon forests and cascading waterfalls on this full-day tour from Darwin to Litchfield National Park. The spectacle at massive termite pillars, take a dip in natural swimming holes and explore rock pools at the base of the sparkling falls.
Full Day Air Tour, Helicopter & Cruise to Kakadu & Katherine Gorge from Darwin
Spend an action-packed day exploring two national parks the Nitmiluk and Kakadu. Fly round-trip from Darwin to Katherine Gorge, then hop aboard a helicopter for a scenic ride. Explore the magnificent landscape for an hour by air followed by a riverboat cruise. See the spectacular Mary and Adelaide rivers on your return.
Jumping Crocodile Day Trip from Darwin
Take a half-day tour from Darwin that includes a crocodile cruise on the Adelaide River and a stop at the Wetlands Visitor Centre. Watch crocodiles jump up from the river to snatch chunks of meat just outside your boat, then take in the region’s wildlife and wetland.