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Darwin Citi

Darwin might not be the biggest kid on the block, but she's a cultural melting pot buzzing with vibes. This gem has blossomed into a tourist haven, rolling out the welcome mat for many visitors every year.


The town deeply bonds with its original custodians, the Larrakia mob. It's shifted from a laid-back spot to a bustling city centre, still keeping the charm of a small town. Darwin will throw you for a six – with top-notch digs, eateries, and sights-a place you can’t skip.

It'd be buzzing if you had to pick one word for Darwin. The place is a riot of colours, flavours, and lights. Kick back on the sand with some tasty street grub as the sun dips, or hunt through the night markets for a cracking addition to your art stash. Venture out from the city limits to the stunning national parks and wetlands. Darwin’s got a bit of something for everyone.

If you already think you need to visit our city, contact Darwin Tour. Then your holiday will be relaxing and comfortable.

Things to see :

Jumping Crocodile Cruise

To get up close with the salties, hopping on a Jumping Crocodile Cruise is the go. Watch these legendary creatures in their own backyard, leaping for a feed. These tours are a one-of-a-kind chance to see the crocs in the wild.

Back in the '70s, folks thought Crocs were on the out, so they were dubbed protected. Now their numbers have bounced back, and they're the kings of the Northern Territory waters. Get pumped for your cruise with a visit to the massive python display at the check-in. Snake shows kick-off fifteen minutes before each cruise. Brace yourself to hold one of these slithery beauties if you're game!

Window On The Wetlands

This spot boasts the top viewing deck over the Adelaide River floodplain. Inside, you can get the lowdown on Aboriginal culture and the Euro backstory. Dig into the ecology, the seasonal swings, and the teeming wildlife of the region.

Come the wet season, it’s all about the spellbinding lightning shows. In the dry, the floodplains cop the full brunt of the scorching sun, showing off the area's stark contrasts. The Limilngan-Wulna people are the voice for this stretch of land. The centre stands on the ground, which is key to their turtle dreaming, and holds heaps of cultural significance. They run the show here, making you feel right at home. While you're about, check out art by Limilngan-Wulna artists and snag a piece to take home.

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Litchfield National Park

Just a stone's throw south of Darwin, about an hour's drive, Litchfield National Park is a feast for the eyes. It's an absolute must-see, packed with tumbling waterfalls, dreamy waterholes, and lush vine rainforests. The dense rainforest offers a cool shelter, a sweet escape from the Territory's fierce heat.

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