A spectacular Katherine Gorge day tour is one of the many unforgettable experiences available to you in the Top End in Australia's Northern Territory. Traveling from Darwin to Katherine Gorge, you will journey to Nitmiluk National Park where you will view ancient Aboriginal rock art on the canyon walls, the abundant flora and fauna of the region and maybe even see a few crocodiles! Enjoy a cruise -- a highlight of Katherine Gorge tours -- and take a refreshing swim at the crocodile-free Edith Falls, before returning to Darwin.
• 14 hours
Discover the magic of Australia's Kakadu National Park on this full day trip from Darwin. Cruise along the famous Yellow Waters, while looking out for crocodiles on the riverbank and visit Nourlangie Rock, famed for its ancient Aboriginal rock art.
• 13 hours
Darwin is famous for its lush tropical climate, outdoor activities and fresh seafood. This 2.5-hour dinner cruise brings these elements together with an intimate 4-course meal on a traditional ketch. A northern Australia sunset serves as a backdrop to an intimate meal featuring wild seafood appetizers, rich entrees and a tropical fruit platter for dessert. Freshly shucked Coffin Bay oysters, anyone?
• 2.5 hours
Spend a day in the outback on a small-group tour to Litchfield National Park from Darwin. From giant termite mounds to rugged sandstone escarpments, you’ll see iconic symbols of the Australian outback on this full-day tour. Cool off under a cascading waterfall or swim in a waterhole, and enjoy personal attention from your guide on this small-group tour.
• 10.5 hours
Escape from the bustle of city life and spend a full day exploring the waterfalls, rainforest and rock formations in beautiful Litchfield National Park. Located an easy 2-hour drive from Darwin, Litchfield National Park encircles the Tabletop Range, known for spectacular waterfalls and swimming holes, plus sculptural cliffs, monsoon forest and historic sites. Your guide takes you to stunning waterfalls, rock pools where you can swim, and a walking path in the forest where you learn about the plants and wildlife. Soak in the natural beauty and return refreshed.
• 11 hours
Tour Darwin at your own pace with a 24-hour or 48-hour hop-on hop-off pass. See fabulous views from the open-top double-decker bus and get on and off at 10 convenient stops, including Crocosaurus Cove, the waterfront precinct and Fort Hill Wharf. Stay as long as you like at the attractions of your choice, then hop on board to travel from sight to sight. Or stay on the bus to enjoy full 60-minute and 90-minute tours around Darwin, while listening to an entertaining on-board commentary.
• 2 days
Cruise along the Adelaide River and see Jumping Crocodiles Cruise on this exciting tour from Darwin. Observe these primeval saltwater crocodiles close up as they leap out of the water to snatch their food.
• 5 hours
This day trip combines all the best parts of Litchfield National Park; including Jumping Crocodiles, Waterfalls, Termite Mounds and an amazing sunset experience. Join your local driver guide for this fun-filled small group experience. Local guides provide information and commentary on Darwin and Litchfield. Enjoy air-conditioned comfort then swim in pristine waterholes, spot birds and wildlife and be enchanted by majestic magnetic and cathedral termite mounds. Picnic lunch is supplied and the spectacular day is finished off with prawns and bubbly whilst watching the glorious Top End sunset.
• 12 hours
See an abundance of birds, saltwater crocodiles and other wildlife on a full-day tour to the Corroboree Billabong, from Darwin. En route, visit Window on the Wetlands Visitor Centre before continuing to the Corroboree Billabong for a 2.5-hour boat cruise. You’ll get an up-close experience of the wetlands and informative commentary from your friendly and knowledgeable guide throughout the day. With round-trip transportation and lunch included, this tour is the perfect way to explore the wetlands from Darwin!
• 8 hours
Discover Darwin on this 4-hour afternoon coach tour. Darwin is a unique city situated on the Arafura Sea, rich in past heritage of settlement. The ravages of bombings and disastrous cyclones could not break the determination of Australia's most multicultural city.
• 4.5 hours