Ten Free Things to Do in Darwin

Ten free things to do in Darwin

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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

Visit the Museum and Art Gallery

the Museum and Art Gallery is located only a short ride from the city centre and the entrance is free. The museum covers natural history, a bit of local history and art. It has an aboriginal art gallery, native animal exhibit and the Cyclone Tracey. It’s a really good way to explore the history of the Northern Territory.

Road Trip to Litchfield National Park

Road trip to Litchfield National Park is about a 1 1/2-hour drive. Drive to Florence Falls, walk down the steep steps to the plunge pool at the bottom of the water fall. Enjoy the beautiful scenery and go for a for a swim, you can also drive to Wangi Falls nearby which is an ideal picnic area.

Go for a Swim at Berry Springs

Berry Springs is about an hour’s drive from Darwin Berry Springs Nature Park, it is close to Darwin where you can enjoy a refreshing swim and a picnic. Berry Springs Nature Park is a popular swimming area in Darwin. There are three main pools along the length of the river.

George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens

The George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens is located just 2 kilometers from Darwin with over 400 species of plants. It’s free and an ideal place to spend the day.

Explore the Art Galleries

Get to know Northern Territory art at the Darwin art galleries. You can find a number of art galleries around Darwin such as the Tactile Arts building, Jilamara Arts and Craft Association, Paul Arnold gallery and the Merrepen Arts centre.

Go to the Darwin Fridge Festival

The Darwin Fringe is a festival that supports the development of the arts community, providing opportunities for all artists to showcase new and various art works in Darwin to local and national audiences.

Visit the Mindil Beach Sunset Market

the Mindil Beach Sunset Market is located in an accessible part of Darwin where people can walk to or come by vehicle. The market is filled with good food street foods, or if you are just there to walk on the beach just before sun set is the ideal time for a stroll.

Visit the Darwin Parliament House

The Darwin Parliament House is a fabulous building in terms of its architecture and space. You get to see some of the fascinating interior of the building and learn about its history.

East Point Reserve

Heading to East Point Reserve is also one of the best free activities to do in Darwin. The park area is the perfect place to take a walk, enjoy a cycle ride to the city and have a picnic by the lake.

Watch the Sunset at Casuarina Beach

Darwin is one of the top places to snap a sunset in Australia. Casuarina Beach or Mindil Beach are some of the ideal places to watch the sunsets in Darwin.