Dive In the Ultimate Tropical Beauty Darwin
While the locals in the southern parts of Australia sees cold chilly days and stay wrapped by winter woollies, the ones in Darwin are soaking up the sunshine making it a perfect winter holiday destination for many.
A cosmopolitan, dynamic and one-of-a-kind travel destination, Darwin is a gateway to many iconic cultural and natural attractions of the Top End in Australia; the Tiwi Islands, Litchfield and Kakadu National Parks, Adelaide River, Mary River, Arnhem Land and the Katherine Region are attractions to name a few.
Hottest Things to Do While in Darwin
Darwin has something special on offer for everyone who visits it. So, no matter if you are a sightseer or an adventurous traveller, the city will surely make you fall in love with it. From bushwalking in the suburban markets to getting closed to the crocodiles, you are bound to find your perfect holidays in Darwin.
The Word-Famous Darwin Sunsets
No tour to Darwin is complete without taking a stroll by the calm waters and breathing the cool tropical breeze at the sunset. Sailing the harbour during sunset with a Champagne in hand is a once in a lifetime kind of memory; you can choose from classic pearl luggers, catamarans or seacats to sail the stunning coastline of the northern territory.
However, if you not much fond of water excursions, you can explore the iconic sunsets of the region by staying in one of the harbour side clubs.
Get Closer to a Giant Croc
Buy a campervan hire Darwin and go on a road trip alongside the Adelaide River; start from the city centre and head down to the habitat of crocodiles in Adelaide River. Watching a 4.5 m long giant sailing next to your boat is a great experience.
Travellers with a head for the heights can swim in ‘Cage of Death’ at Crocosaurus Cove in Darwin’s CBD.
Adelaide River, 70km drive from the city centre, is a perfect habitat for saltwater crocodiles. If ahead of time, pay a visit to the Museum and Art Gallery of the NT.
Enjoy Barra Fishing on the Mary River
Almost a meter long stretch of silver hued Barramundi is a dream come true location for every fishing lover. Barra fishing Darwin is in trend.
Explore the Indigenous Art Scenes
In Darwin, you will find indigenous artefacts both on show as well as on sale. Visit the art galleries in Parap, the Museum and Art Gallery of the NT or take a stroll by the coastline to explore the country with indigenous eyes.
Ruins of War Relics
In 1942 war, Darwin was the main forward base for the Pacific Campaign. The East Point Military Museum and the Oil Storage Tunnels in Darwin are the best places to enter the world of WWII stories.
Litchfield National Park
It’s just an hour drive from the city. Home to charismatic waterfalls, magnificent swimming holes and picture-perfect landscapes, Litchfield National Park is a must-see place for every traveller heading to Northern Territory of Australia.
Darwin has no dearth of tourist attractions and excursions that will make you return home with a host of unforgettable memories.