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Darwin Cruises

Modern and multicultural, Darwin is so much more than just a pitstop on the way to Kakadu National Park! It gives you a taste of the tropics combined with the cultural appeal of a proper city, being capital of Australia’s Northern Territory. Admire the colourful blooms of the George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens, or watch the world go by from an outdoor café in this warm and sunny destination. There are over 50 nationalities that call Darwin home, ensuring the culinary scene is tasty and diverse, and if you’re staying afterhours the social hub of Mindil Beach is famed for its nightlife.

Darwin Cruises


Get off the beaten path and head underground to historic WWII tunnels. The Oil Storage Tunnels take you far down below the city to learn how they were used to protect fuel supplies during the war.

If you have enough time, Kakadu National Park is truly spectacular with its diverse landscapes and unusual creatures – it’s a great place to spot the frilled lizard! However if you only have a day in port, you can manage to reach Litchfield National Park which is a bit closer. This is also a beautiful natural spot, with hiking trails, tropical ferns and wild swimming.

You don’t even have to leave town to experience the majesty of nature. Just visit Crocosaurus Cove! This wildlife park is home to loads of crocodiles, including a few who have starred in film and TV shows like Crocodile Dundee. You can opt to take a photo with a cute baby croc, or for something a bit wilder, be submerged in the Cage of Death to come face to face with underwater crocodiles!

If you prefer to explore Darwin’s cultural side, you’ll have plenty of options. Visit the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory to view Aboriginal artworks, or take a free tour of the Parliament House.

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