From the sparkling harbour and WWII history to the city’s Asian influenced food and tropical outdoor lifestyle, Darwin is a traveller’s paradise.

Treat your tastebuds and indulge your sense of fun and adventure in the Territory’s tropical capital city. Darwin is world famous for its fabulous food, colourful outdoor markets and a diverse bag of adventure activities.

The city is bursting with restaurants, vibrant markets and a myriad of tour options and activities for all to enjoy.

Ride the swell at the wave lagoon, eyeball a croc in the ‘Cage of Death’ at Crocosaurus Cove, take a Segway tour around the Botanic Gardens or even have a go at wetting a line at the wharf, Darwin is famous for its fishing.

If you’re just looking to relax, catch a movie under the stars at the Deckchair Cinema or climb aboard a luxury yacht for a dinner cruise around Darwin’s magnificent harbour at sunset.

Ge the low-down from a local at the Visitor information Centre located on the corner of Bennett and Smith Streets in Darwin City. The Visitor Information Centre is staffed with knowledgeable, helpful locals who can help out with advice, recommendations and information, and make tour and accommodation bookings on your behalf.

The centre is stocked with handy maps, and brochures covering just about anything you could want to do or see in Darwin and the Northern Territory.