19 October 2017

 

Amazing things to do in
Darwin

Darwin

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Jumping Crocs & Nature Explorer
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Jumping Crocs & Nature Explorer

Jump to it and see the crocs

Just 50 miles from Darwin lies the Adelaide River, the location of the famous jumping crocodiles. And on this exciting trip you get to cruise the river and watch as these awesome creatures launch themselves out of the water. Your local guide will entice the crocodiles to 'perform' and you'll be able to see them at a close but safe distance.

Afterwards continue to the Window on the Wetlands Visitor Centre for view over the Marrakai Plains and then to Fogg Dam Nature Reserve to view a wetland ecosystem up close. It's also a good opportunity to spot for birds and other wildlife

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Litchfield & Culture Safari
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Litchfield & Culture Safari

Safari for culture vultures

You are picked up from your hotel in Darwin to begin this full day Litchfield and Culture Safari. First travel towards Litchfield National Park stopping to visit an indigenous host to gain first hand knowledge of the rich culture and amazing landscape on a bush tucker walk and talk, when you see didgeridoo and clapstick performances and basket and dilly bag making demonstrations.

Then drive into Litchfield National Park to view the Magnetic and Cathedral Termite mounds, an amazing architectural feat containing arches, tunnels and chimneys. They are plentiful in this region and can stand as high as 18 feet. In the park you discover waterfalls, spring-fed streams and the rugged sandstone escarpments. Lunch is included and later you can swim, hike and explore rock holes and waterfalls.

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Kakadu National Park Explorer
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Kakadu National Park Explorer

Wonders of the national park

Begin this full day tour to Kakadu National Park by leaving Darwin and travelling east into World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, with a breakfast stop enroute. Kakadu is Australia's largest national park and its vast wetlands and ancient escarpment are home to one of the country's largest and most diverse bird populations. This region has outstanding natural and cultural significance.

Visit rock art sites at Nourlangie Rock where the most famous picture is called Namondjok. For some Aboriginal groups he is a Creation Ancestor who now lives in the sky and can be seen only at night, when he appears as a dark spot in the Milky Way galaxy. Enjoy lunch at Cooinda before boarding the Yellow Water billabong cruise to view the myriad of birdlife and keep an eye out for crocodiles.

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Tiwi Islands Aboriginal Culture Experience by air
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Tiwi Islands Aboriginal Culture Experience by air

Wake up to Dreamtime

Board your plane at Darwin airport for the 30 minute scenic flight to Bathurst Island. On arrival you are met by a local guide who will take you on a journey through the progressive, modern day Aboriginal community of Nguiu. Visit the museum to view interesting displays of traditional art and depictions of the Tiwi 'dreamtime' stories and Early Mission Precinct with its unique Tiwi style Catholic Church.

Hear about the colourful history of the early mission days before being taken through the Arts and Crafts Centres to see where the artists work, with the chance to buy souvenirs at island prices. Spend time with some Tiwi ladies and enjoy billy tea and damper while they work on their crafts. Then have a scenic drive through the wilderness areas, enjoy lunch and visit a pristine beach before flying back to the city.

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