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Litchfield National Park: Full-Day & Lunch from Darwin

1. Litchfield National Park: Full-Day & Lunch from Darwin

Enjoy a full-day trip to Litchfield National Park from Darwin. See lush monsoon forests, termite mounds, unusual rock formations, waterfalls, and cascades. Experience a park that includes the spectacular Tabletop Range, a sandstone plateau surrounded by cliffs. During the green season, 4 major waterfalls thunder down to tropical rock pools below. They flow more gently in the dry season, making them perfect spots for a refreshing swim. Follow the Stuart Highway to reach Litchfield National Park. Visit park waterfalls like Florence Falls, where you’ll enjoy a scenic and interpretive bush and monsoon vine forest walk. Go for a swim by making your way down the stairs to the plunge pool below. Continue on to Tolmer Falls and see water cascading down into a deep waterhole at the base of the falls. Visit Wangi Falls, which features a large, crystal-clear pool that’s a perfect spot for a cool dip. Finally, enjoy a picnic lunch surrounded by the park’s natural wonders.

Darwin: Guided Jet Ski Tour

2. Darwin: Guided Jet Ski Tour

Zoom along the beautiful Darwin coastline on a guided jet ski tour. Enjoy the sites, wildlife, and scenery from the water. Meet your guide by the Bella Darwin Restaurant. Learn how to operate a jet ski during the safety briefing. Then, take to the waves. Cruise at full throttle or a more leisurely pace – you decide. Experience the thrill of the pristine open water as you follow the sun-drenched, unspoilt coastline. Enjoy your tour guide's informative commentary. Spot wildlife, such as sea turtles, seabirds, and dolphins, and feed the fish. Then, open up the engine and zoom full-throttle in front of Darwin’s iconic Mindil Beach Casino before making your way back to base.

Charles Darwin National Park: Guided Off-Road ATV Tour

3. Charles Darwin National Park: Guided Off-Road ATV Tour

This exhilarating off-road tour will take you through Charles Darwin National Park, located just outside Darwin City. On an ATV, discover some of Australia’s most impressive wetlands, woodlands, and indigenous and WWII historic sites. From climbing rocks to water crossings, ATVs make this adventure a truly unique way to explore Darwin's landscapes and history. Bring along the whole family for a fun-filled day in nature. Never gone off-road before? No worries, your experienced guides will steer you straight and are equipped to accommodate a range of skill levels and experience.

From Darwin: Litchfield National Park Full Day Tour

4. From Darwin: Litchfield National Park Full Day Tour

Join a group tour perfect for families, groups, and adventure-seekers alike and spend a full day exploring the Litchfield National Park in an air-conditioned minibus. Leave Darwin's heat behind as you make your way to the cooler climes of the park.    Enjoy your journey into the Litchfield National Park with a professional guide who will lead you to 3-4 of the most amazing spots in and around the park, including the incredible, century-old Magnetic Termite Mounds, and Litchfield's natural plunge pools where you can hop in to cool off. Watch magnificent saltwater crocodiles jump high in the air to grab food during an optional Jumping Crocodile Cruise on the famous Adelaide River. Alternatively, visit the Fogg Dam Conservation Center where you can learn all about the wetland protected area and its incredible flora and fauna. Hear stories and information about the region's formation, history, animals, and ancient inhabitants. After arriving at each destination or overlook, you will have plenty of time to explore and capture memories in photographs.

Darwin: WWII Reflections

5. Darwin: WWII Reflections

The day is Thursday the 19th of February, 1942. World War II has reached mainland Australia, and as a result, the Northern City of Darwin is bombed.  Move forward to present day Darwin, where you can embark on a tour that will allow you to relive that fateful and mournful day. Your friendly and informative guide will take you back to that WWII era on a 2-hour walk through the historic quarter of the city. Listen as your guide shares stories of that fateful day whilst you meander past the historic buildings of the time which have been re-built to provide lasting memories of life in the North during the War. This tour departs on a Thursday only, in memory of that fateful day in 1942.

Darwin: Small Group 2-Hour Heritage Walk

6. Darwin: Small Group 2-Hour Heritage Walk

Departing from the meeting point in Raintree Park, begin the 2-hour guided tour as you walk the paths of pioneers. Your guide will cheerfully share their passion for the town they call home as they share its history including World War II bombings, Cyclone Tracy, and toady's multicultural atmosphere.  Discover many of the remaining buildings such as the old courthouse and police station, Brown's Mart theater, and the Palmerston Town Hall ruins, all of which have been painstakingly reconstructed. View Government House, Parliament House, and the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory on a journey through the streets of this modern tropical city.  There are many hidden treasures to see on foot and plenty of opportunities to capture photographs of the public artworks, architecture, historic buildings, tropical plants, and wildlife.

Darwin: Guided Gourmet Food and Street Art Walking Tour

7. Darwin: Guided Gourmet Food and Street Art Walking Tour

Let your taste buds explore the rich culinary heritage of Darwin on a guided gourmet dinner tour. Taste local ingredients and Aboriginal bush foods, guaranteed to give a great introduction to any foodie. As you walk, admire the unbelievable street art, with detailed portraits and colorful murals. Sample from a roster of restaurants that rotate between top spots and see cultural and historic landmarks. As you take in Darwin’s fabulous street art, experience the augmented reality that brings the artwork to life. As for the menu, try at least 12 different types of dishes that are only sourced by local distributors and feature Aboriginal bush foods. Some dishes included are: • Paperbark-smoked barramundi with roasted bush tomato salsa and local beer damper bruschetta • Gin-cured Spanish mackerel, radish, herbs, grapefruit, mango vinaigrette • Buffalo carpaccio with river mint salsa verde, pickled Spanish onion and taro • Slow cooked pork belly with charred leak, saffron infused pear with a chilli ginger Kakadu plum caramel, topped with wattle seed and peanut crumble • Green papaya salad • Berber spiced kangaroo with tomato jam • Whole chargrilled gold band snapper with cashew sauce • Barramundi fillets in turmeric, lemongrass, fresh curry leaves, coconut • Char grilled beef in local betel leaf • Garlic mango prawn beetroot salad • Salt and pepper marinated crocodile • Garlic kai lan • Native pepperberry loaf with saltbush spiced dukkah • Kangaroo fillet, lemon myrtle, beetroot relish, yogurt mousse and dukkah crumb • Chargrilled NT banana prawns • Eggplant with a sweet and sour dressing • Black rice brulee, pandan-infused custard with black rice, brown sugar crumble and sesame meringue • Mango vanilla bean cheesecake, rosella and strawberry gum coulis, toasted coconut Enjoy an amazing time of great food, culture, and art.

Darwin: Guided Downtown Stroll and Food Tasting Tour

8. Darwin: Guided Downtown Stroll and Food Tasting Tour

Enjoy a 2-hour, relaxed stroll through Darwin’s compact downtown, with 3 stops to try yummy local foods. Dietary option available. Your experienced and knowledgeable guide talks about Aboriginal and WWII history, architecture and contemporary society. You'll also witness firsthand some of the devastation that was wrought by Cyclone Tracy, which flattened Darwin on Christmas Day in 1974. And see Darwin's fabulous street art with augmented reality that makes artworks seem to jump off the walls and come to life.

Darwin Self-Guided Audio Tour

9. Darwin Self-Guided Audio Tour

Download a vibrant MP3 self-guided audio tour combined with a fully detailed map of the area of your tour. Submerge yourself in the northern hub of Australia in the city of Darwin. This vibrant and exciting city, named after the famous Charles Darwin, will show you the beautiful coastal shoreline at the Darwin Skywalk Lookout. You'll hear tales of some of the terrible tropical storms that have battered the area. On this audio tour, you will also see the Christ Church Cathedral, the Brown's Mart Theater, the Chinese Temple and Museum, the amazing Mason Gallery, the Lyon's Cottage, the Bicentennial Park with the Darwin Cenotaph, and the Government House. An exciting and immersive tour which you can enjoy at your leisure.

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What people are saying about Darwin

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 35 reviews

Had a great time on the Darwin Harbour and surrounding beaches..i have only been on a jetski as a passenger so was a bit nervous to be driving my own Jetski but i had a great instucter/guide and was up and racing across the water in minutes. Got to see some lovely scenery Darwin looks very different from off shore. And the time flew past very quickly ..im definitely going to do another Jetski tour soon.

10/10 would recommend My partner and I did the Casino Royale tour and had an absolute blast. Definitely a top highlight for our Darwin holiday.

Was an excellent day. The guide was very knowledgeable and took us to some great sites.

Great experience but make sure you don’t get behind slower jet skiers!

Very comfortable and informative tour. Highly recommend