About Darwin

Welcome to Darwin - here in the Outback you’re closer to Jakarta than to Sydney and closer to Singapore than to Melbourne. Darwin’s closeness to Asia is indicative in the way it celebrates Chinese New Year. Turquoise water, spectacular storms, beaches, and the Outback, Darwin has plenty to choose from.

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Activities in Darwin

  • Darwin Crocodiles, Reptiles & Sights with Cruise

    Spend time with lunch included at Crocosaurus Cove and see some of the largest crocodiles in captivity. Next is a comprehensive sightseeing tour of Darwin. Then into enjoy the Indigenous Sunset Dreaming Cruise.

  • Darwin Salt Water Crocodile Cage Diving for 2

    Darwin's ultimate urban wildlife experience is home to the Cage of Death! enclosures, gradually becoming submerged in the very same waters as some of Australia's largest crocodiles. Each cage dive will spend approximately 5 minutes in each of the 3 enclosures!

  • Full Day Litchfield National Park Tour D5

    Tour Litchfield National Park, Florence Falls (opportunity to swim in the plunge pool), travel to Buley Rockhole (when accessible) then visit Tolmer Falls for a magnificent view of the water cascading down below. Finally, to Wangi Falls for an optional climb to the top.

  • Darwin Salt Water Crocodile Cage Diving

    Darwin's ultimate urban wildlife experience is home to the Cage of Death! enclosures, gradually becoming submerged in the very same waters as some of Australia's largest crocodiles.

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