Fun Things To Do in Darwin

Darwin is a modern, multi-cultural city that is well known for its rich indigenous culture, diverse range of foods and lively nightlife scene. As the gateway to northern Australia, Darwin is surrounded by incredible landscapes, amazing wildlife and offers all types of travellers a truly unique Australian experience. The tropical city of Darwin has many wonderful tourist attractionsto see and when combined with the relaxed lifestyle and warm climate makes it a great destination to visit. So make the most of your next trip to the 'Top End' and fill your days with as much fun as you possibly can.

Below is a list of the most popular things to do in Darwin:

Visit Kakadu National Park        

Something that everyone who visits the Top End should do is take a guided tour of the the Kakadu National Park. Situated a few hours drive east of Darwin this world heritage listed wilderness area is teeming ..... Read More Details

Explore the Mindil Beach Sunset Market        

During the dry season in Darwin (which runs from April to October) the Mindil Beach Sunset Market is open for business every Thursday and Sunday evening. It is lots of fun to browse through the numerous ..... Read More Details

Explore the Aviation Heritage Centre        

For the aviation enthusiast you can't go past the wide array of historical places and fascinating information on hand at the Aviation Heritage Centre is Darwin. There is the B52G Stratofortress with its ..... Read More Details

Watch the Beer Can Regatta        

The people of Darwin enjoy a bit of a laugh and there is nothing more fun than the famous Beer Can Regatta that is help at Mindil beach each year. In this unique race all of the competitors boats are constructed ..... Read More Details

Visit Litchfield National Park        

If you drive about 100kms south of Darwin you will come to the Litchfield National Park. This tranquil oasis features some great scenery and natural attractions including eucalyptus woodlands, spectacular ..... Read More Details

Experience What Cyclone Tracy was Like        

On the night before Christmas 1974 Father Ted Collins recorded the eerie sounds as Cyclone Tracy hit Darwin destroying 90% of the houses and killing 62 people. Now at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern ..... Read More Details

Dine at the Darwin Waterfront        

For a romantic night out or a quality family meal head down to the new Darwin waterfront precinct. The Darwin Harbour is a very popular place to have a drink or eat out because it is filled with many trendy ..... Read More Details

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