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Darwin is the base for the Northern Territory and Darwin tours are available to Kakadu National Park, Katherine Gorge and Litchfield National Park. Darwin is built around a large harbour and has many beaches including Casuarina Beach and Mindil beach. Darwin has numerous parks and gardens including the George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens.

In the city there are many Darwin attractions and include Darwin museums, Darwin art galleries, animal attractions and historic buildings. We do suggest that you click the links below to browse all that Darwin has to offer for Darwin tourism. For Darwin tours we do advise to pre book using the search box below due to most tours needing minimum numbers to run and by pre booking the operator is able to put groups together.

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Darwin Attractions

Aquascene
Fish Feeding takes place at Aquascene, which is in Doctor's Gully, below the Y.M.C.A. The fish are wild and come in to be fed only at particular times, which depend upon the tides, so enquiry needs to be made in advance. From the foot of Doctor's Gully, you can follow a path (not the road; the path is to the left of the road) up through lush tropical vegetation, At the top you will find yourself at the back of the Y.M.C.A., from where the road runs down to the Gully. 28 Doctors Gully Road. (08 8981 7837).

 

Darwin animal attractions
Crocodiles are on show as the native Darwin animal read more....

Darwin animal attractions

Art galleries
Darwin is a good place to look at and purchase Aboriginal art.

 

Darwin beaches
Closest beach to Darwin is Mindil Beach and further east is Casaurina beach...

 

Botanic Gardens
The George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens have good displays of orchids, palms and more...

 

Historic buildings
Cyclone Tracy did a lot of damage but we still have part of Christ Church Cathedral, Government House and still intact is Lyons Cottage.

 

Darwin museums
Darwin has a number of museums to explore and includes the Aviation Heritage Centre, Australian Pearling Exhibition, Fannie Bay Gaol and more....

 

Parks
Casuarina Coastal Reserve has the beach and Aboriginal sites and close to Darwin is Charles Darwin National Park read more....

 

Indo Pacific Marine
Close to Stokes Hill with living coral reefs....

 

Walk
A couple of Darwin walks: Fairweather Walk and Travellers Walk...

 

 

Out of Darwin

Howard Springs
A popular water hole known to the locals that is croc free and 35km east of Darwin...

Howard Springs

Kakadu National Park
The big draw card is Kakadu, do read more...

 

Katherine
Famous for the Katherine Gorge, find out more...

Katherine

 

Litchfield National Park
Closer to Darwin than the above National parks but really needs to be one on a Litchfield tour

 

Don’t feel like these attractions are out of reach! You can easily plan a trip to Darwin by using Expedia. If you budget your money properly, you can have an amazing time in the area without draining your bank account. The constantly enjoyable weather and myriad of national parks make it an excellent location to just get away from it all. Don’t settle for a less enjoyable vacation before at least considering an international trip. As for Australian natives, it’s worth your time to take a trip to the Northern Territory and see what the fuss is all about.

 

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