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14 - 22 May 2021

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Darwin and Surrounds

Darwin’s weather is delightful during May with blue skies, balmy breezes and temperatures hovering in the low 30s in the day and mid-20s after dark. It’s still bikini weather when the rest of the country has to pull out the boots and scarves.

It’s also party season for the Top End with lots happening around town and many iconic nature and adventure activities on offer in the stunning tropical landscape of Northern Australia.

A visit to Darwin can be done without a car as well-located hotels, a hop-on/hop-off tourist bus, and hosted day trips  make it easy to get around.

For all tourism information including accommodation, tours and what else is on visit https://northernterritory.com

Extend your trip

Make the most of your day in Australia’s northern-most capital city, and find out why Darwin really is your port to adventure. This 24-hour itinerary will introduce you to the thriving Darwin Waterfront, give you a taste of the city’s culinary diversity and café culture, and introduce you to its local characters and most fascinating creatures. On this tour you can glimpse the city’s best views, discover its fascinating history, and catch one of its famous sunsets. Visit Tourism

This three-day Darwin itinerary will have you taking in the best of the city’s art, culture and culinary experiences, with some waterhole swims and wildlife encounters to boot. Cool off at the Darwin Waterfront, immerse yourself in Aboriginal art and culture and get up close and personal to some of the largest reptiles on the planet! Savour the city’s culinary delights while taking in Darwin’s iconic sunsets.

  • Instagram worthy sunsets
  • Swim with crocodiles (safely)
  • Sunshine and swimming

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Make the most of your three days to experience the diversity and beauty of Kakadu National Park. Follow expert guides to discover ancient local Aboriginal art, learn the stories and traditions of Australia’s oldest living culture, get up close and personal with the largest reptile on the planet and learn about native wildlife on a river cruise. Take to the skies to get a bird’s eye view of the park’s incredible floodplains and escarpment country and finish off your days taking in Kakadu’s iconic sunsets.

  • Enviable Nature Shots
  • Once in a lifetime outback freedom
  • Cultural and unplugged

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For a drive that highlights the best of the Top End, look no further than Nature’s Way. In five to ten days you can have an amazing adventure that links Darwin, Australia’s vibrant tropical capital city, with the ancient cultural and natural wonders of Kakadu, Nitmiluk and Litchfield National Parks. This easy drive is completely on sealed roads with some great four-wheel drive side trips to take you to special spots in the lush northern tropics.

  • Immerse yourself in nature
  • A once in a lifetime adventure
  • A photographer’s dream trip

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