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Experience the wondrous landscapes of the Top End on this 5-day camping tour from Darwin. With a knowledgeable guide, travel in a 4WD vehicle to three popular national parks: Kakadu, Nitmiluk and Litchfield. View Aboriginal rock art, take a crocodile cruise, visit Katherine Gorge and cool off in waterfalls including Twin Falls, Jim Jim Falls, Gunlom Falls and Buley Rockhole on this small-group tour, limited to 16 people. Enjoy campfire evenings, complete meals and sleeping at private campsites in a ‘swag’ (bedroll) or a permanent safari tent.
Note: This seasonal tour operates from June through October.
One of the Northern Territory's key attractions is its isolation, but an increasing number of visitors means that the Territory's most popular attractions are becoming very busy. Cruise the Adelaide River without bumping into lots of other groups on this early-morning tour, with the chance to swim in picturesque rock pools and meet a crocodile without a horde of onlookers spoiling the experience.
Explore the World War II sites of Darwin on this city sightseeing and cruise tour. Visit the Darwin war memorial and East Point Military Precinct, and explore Darwin Military Museum to chart the city’s wartime experience. Midway through, enjoy a small-boat cruise around Darwin Harbour, passing the modern naval base and the remnants and wreck sites of Japan’s devastating February 1942 air raids. Hotel pickup, entrance fees, and live onboard commentary included.
Enjoy a history tour from a unique angle: the seat of a World War II truck. The vehicle sets the scene for many of the places you’ll drive past and the stories your guide will tell you. See important wartime sites and get the chance to visit a military museum (extra cost). An ideal tour for history buffs and travelers curious to learn more about Darwin.
Enjoy a rare chance to visit the Tiwi Islands and witness an Aboriginal community that holds on tightly to its traditions. Located off the coast of Darwin, the Tiwi Islands experience is led by an indigenous guide who shares local history and traditions. Partake in a traditional morning tea with Tiwi Islanders before visiting the Tiwi Museum and joining Aboriginal artists for an art-making workshop. You can also shop for Tiwi paintings, fabric, carving, pottery and clothing at island prices (own expense).
See the highlights of Darwin on an afternoon coach tour with informative commentary. Your tour takes in Stokes Hill and Fort Hill Wharf, St. Mary's Cathedral, Government House and Parliament House, Mindil Beach and includes visits to Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory and Darwin Botanical Gardens. This cosmopolitan and multicultural city is known for its markets and festivals, along with a relaxed pace. Hear about the effects of the devastating 1974 Cyclone Tracy and more during this comprehensive introduction to Darwin.
Explore the ancient history and modern vibrancy of Darwin on a half-day sightseeing tour. Travel by coach and listen as your local guide shares commentary about the tropical city’s natural and cultural attractions. Delve into Aboriginal art at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, and stroll past fragrant orchid blooms at the Botanic Gardens. Upgrade to cap off the day with a sunset cruise through Darwin Harbor while enjoying a fish-and-chip dinner with sparkling wine.
A specially tailored tour for those with an interest in World War II, this guided tour takes you back in time to the day in 1942 when the war reached mainland Australia and the city of Darwin was bombed. Your guide shares stories from the fateful day as they lead you on a leisurely walk through the historic quarter of the city, past historic buildings dating from that era and through Darwin's streets and gardens.
This self-guided audio tour of Darwin is a great activity for travelers who want the independence of traveling without a guide while also wanting the information and entertainment that a guide provides. Download the audio file and follow the tour to some of the main landmarks of Darwin city, stopping wherever you want. Enjoy historical tales and be immersed in the city and its stories at your own pace.
Take a private military history tour in comfort during your time in the Top End. Our accredited local guides all have a passion for Darwin's history, heritage and culture, and they love sharing their knowledge and showcasing their town. Equipped with modern, comfortable air-conditioned vehicles, our guides are able to take you on a journey around Darwin describing the events of that fateful day in 1942 when Darwin was bombed, as well as the broader war history of the town. This private war history tour can be tailored specifically around the interests of guests. Price includes entrance fees to the Darwin Military Museum and the Defense of Darwin Experience, and Charles Darwin National Park.
Please note price is PER GROUP not per person, for up to 6 guests. A private small-group tour of real Darwin, no strangers. A great way to kick off your visit to Darwin and discover experiences to dig deeper into during the rest of your stay. Follow our suggested itinerary, or choose your own.Suitable for families and groups travelling together - maximum 6 participants. Exclusive private tour with a local long-term resident as your guide. Special interests and languages other than English can be accommodated, pickup from your location on request.