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It was a choppy day so we couldn't make it all the way to the memorial, well we could have but the guides said we'd all be soaking wet; so a vote went against it. What can I say the tour guides were fantastic, locals certainly can make the trip most informative and also by adding amusing anecdotes they make the whole trip feel like a friends get together. By the end of it all passengers were interacting with each other a truly good experience. My only regret is not having the time to go on the "Fish and Chip" special sunset tour but the next day speaking with those that did they stated it was enjoyable and not at all formal again more like a friends get together. Maybe next time :)
Coach was clean and comfortable. Driver/ guide has extensive experience in Darwin and was clear about the history. Interesting sites and certainly enough time to see everything properly. Boat cruise was interesting and also well researched. Half a day was a good amount of time for the tour.
Very informed about the bombing of Darwin in 1942. Jim?? Our tour guide really knew what he was talking about as well as guide on harbour/boat cruise. We had a great day!!
Enjoyed the bus and boat trip, learned heaps and seen a lot . I highly recommend it to anyone.
Definitely recommend this tour, the guides were knowledgeable and made the tour very interesting.
Our coach driver/tour guide was very informative. Unfortunately the harbour was too rough on the day to fully complete the cruise but our last stop at the WW11 museum really made up for it.
The tour was very good. The driver was informative and fun .
It would be good if the tour included the aviation museum .
The driver was knowledgeable about the land sites we visited, and we thoroughly enjoyed the harbor cruise - he was funny and knowledgeable about the sites. The Darwin Military Museum was excellent, so informative the only complaint and that was out of the hands of Viator was the air conditioner was malfunctioning and it was so cold down to 15 degrees after being out in 33 degrees. You couldn't really enjoy sitting and taking it all in as it so uncomfortable with the cold. Overall a very good tour if you are interested in the history of the bombing of Darwin.
The Darwin WWII Museum is definitely worth a visit and this tour provides a great overview of both the city and how Darwin fared during the war.
Note: there is considerable overlap between this tour and the Darwin City Tour, so be prepared to cover the same ground.
The driver was friendly, the tour showed us the historical WW11 content promised - except for the oil storage tunnels. As guides ourselves (of the WW11 battery on Rottnest Island in WA) we were disappointed to not be given the chance to see them. By the time we found out about them, we were on a train out of Darwin!