Darwin

Darwin in Northern Territory is home to several breathtaking national parks, including Litchfield National Park and the World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park, which contains some of the most diverse landscapes in Australia. Our Darwin tours bring you to explore the stunning mangrove-fringed coastal areas, vast flood plains, rolling hills, open woodland and forest areas, you’ll find a range of wonderful Australian reptiles, insects and beautiful bird species.

Best Day Tours & Trips from Darwin

On our Kakadu National Park Tour, you’ll discover the incredible Nourlangie rock art site that dates back as far as 50,000 years. Having provided shelter to Aboriginal people for thousands of years, the Nourlangie rock art site features amazing paintings that our guides will provide commentary on during a fascinating 1.5 kilometre walk around the base of the rock.

You can also enjoy a scenic cruise on the Yellow Water Billabong, where you’ll encounter saltwater crocodiles. The spectacular yellow waters here are home to thousands of these reptiles, as well as more than 60 species of striking birdlife.

Another highlight included in our Kakadu National Park tour is a visit to the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre, where you can learn all about the fascinating culture and customs of the Bininj people who are the traditional custodians of this vast and varied National Park.

As well as giving you the opportunity to marvel at the spectacular waterfalls of Florence Falls, Tolmer Falls and Wangi Falls, our Litchfield National Park Tour include stops at iconic sights that include the town of Batchelor and the incredible termite mounds found inside the park. This will be one day you won’t soon forget!

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Our Darwin tours offer plenty of exciting and unforgettable experiences. Make a booking online today or call us on 1300 242 488 for more information.

Frequently Asked Questions

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What should I wear on a Darwin tour?

Darwin is almost always hot, so we recommend wearing light, loose-fitting clothing made of natural fibers. We also recommend a hat and comfortable walking shoes.

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