Day Trips From Darwin NT Australia

Day Trips From Darwin NT Australia

Things to do in Darwin, Book Here

3-Hour Gourmet Dinner Tour 6pm to 9pmCage of Death – 2 peopleCroc N Cruise
Big Croc Feed VIP ExperienceSunset Fish’n Chips CruiseDarwin Attraction Pass
3-Hour Gourmet Lunch Tour 11am to 2pmChampagne Sunset Sail (3 hrs 5 – 8pm)Croc N History Explorer
Tropical Light Tropical Bite Cruise + CHOW DInnerCage of Death – 1 personHalf Day Morning Offshore Fishing Charter
Crocosaurus Cove EntryCroc N HistoryFull Day Offshore Reef and Game Fishing Charter
Harbour Fishing Half DayOne Day Arnhemland Tour – Injalak Hill (ex Jabiru)4.30 pm – 2.0 hour Sunset Cruise (April – Oct)
Croc ExplorerBarramundi Fishing at Corroboree Billabong Full DayOne Day Arnhemland Sightseeing Day Tour (ex Jabiru)
Sole/Group Charter – Half DayBroome to DarwinOne Day Arnhemland Tour – Injalak Hill (ex Darwin)
Darwin Morning TourALL SEASONS – Wild Explorer – Berry Springs shuttle service9 DAY DARWIN TO BROOME 4WD FAMILY ADVENTURE
PUBLIC TOUR – Brunch by the BeachKakadu, Nitmiluk & Litchfield – 8 day walking tour7 Day Top End & Barunga Festival – Tue Jun 8th 2021

Where to stay in Darwin?

Sweets Lagoon and Berry Springs Nature Reserve, Robin Falls, The Mary River region and Litchfield National Park are some of the day trips you can take from Darwin.

Sweets Lagoon

Take a tour to Sweets Lagoon on the Finniss River with Outback Floatplane Adventures. Travel out of town via a floatplane for a river cruise, air boat ride through monsoonal rainforest, and a “hot lap” in which the boat completes 360 degree spins.

Berry Springs Nature Park

Drive 50 minutes south of Darwin for a chilled afternoon lounging at the Park. Surrounded by lush flora and home to archer fish, shrimp and rainbow bee-eater birds, these natural springs comprise of three iridescent swimming holes.

Adelaide River and Robin Falls

Visit the Village of Adelaide River and wander its peaceful World War II cemetery. Visit the nearby Robin Falls and trek along the creek to twin waterfalls, which during the dry season offer an idyllic spot for a swim.

Litchfield National Park

Travel two hours south of Darwin to Litchfield National Park. First stop at the magnetic termite mounds eerie, tombstone like marvels of nature. Visit Tolmer Falls. The viewing platform overlooking the falls is home to a protected colony of orange horseshoe bats. The park’s signature swimming hubs, Wangi has a huge cliff face and an emerald-toned swimming hole while Florence Falls has a double waterfall plunging into a deep pool.

Mary River and Fogg Dam

Drive along the Arnhem Highway and arrive at the Mary and Adelaide River region. You can enjoy a jumping crocodile cruise. Here, crocs jump from the water to eat buffalo meat hoisted on hooks. Ten minutes down the track on your way back to Darwin, visit Fogg dam conservation area full of wetlands that attract birds, such as egrets, jabirus, black cockatoos and kingfishers.

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