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The best tourist attractions in Darwin

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Darwin is one of the best destinations for travelers who come to explore and to enjoy the best tourist attractions in Darwin. The wildlife, picturesque landscapes, and pristine beaches of Australia is one of the best experience any traveler can have.

The smallest and youngest capital city of the world’s largest island will take you on a memorable adventure as there are various breathtaking and the best tourist attractions in Darwin.

And its surroundings which are the gateway to the astonishing wonders of nature and history.

Darwin is home to several species of flora and fauna. National parks like Litchfield, Katherine, and Kakadu are the best among all where you can explore nature from very close. You can take walk down to the roads of these National Parks and dive into  watching, cruising, and road trips.

The famous of all are listed here:

1. Litchfield National Park

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Litchfield national park

One-hour away from the south of Darwin lays a beautiful park full of waterfalls, rich flora and fauna. Explore the stunning waterfalls, termite mounds, Wangi Falls, Buley rock holes, and fauna such as quolls, figbirds, sugar gliders, wallabies, especially the freshwater crocodile at Litchfield.

2. Museum Art And Gallery

 best tourist attractions in Darwin
Darwin museum

In the list of the best tourist attractions in Darwin is this museum that holds the collection of Oceanic art, handcrafted canoes, wild life and more. The great part is that you can even learn more about the environment of this city in its Natural History Room.

3. Crocodylus Park

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Crocodylus park

These creepy creatures have got a top position in the list of the best tourist attractions in Darwin because of their    large population. Crocodylus Park is another tourist spot where you can see crocs of all shapes and sizes. It is just 15 minutes away from the city and is home to thousands of rare reptiles, tigers, ocelots, and even kangaroos.

4. Crocosaurus Cave

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Darwin crocosaurus,

Crocosaurus cave is another tourist attractions in Darwin. Also, there is no dearth of crocodiles here so if you want more of croc adventure, come to Corcosaurus Cave and The Cage of Death.  It is located at the heart of the city, this place is pretty impressive because of its unique way to open up with these creatures. A transparent glass box will take you to the pool where several crocs will be surrounding you.

5. Kakadu National Park

The best tourist attractions in Darwin
Kakadu national park.

Spread in the 20000 sq km area, Kakadu national park is the largest and World-Heritage site in Darwin, Australia.

It is famous for the swimming holes, 20 thousand years old rock art sites, cascading waterfalls, and challenging walking trails. Bird watching at the Mamukala wetlands is another popular activity to do at Kakadu. Kakadu national park is one of the best tourist attractions in Darwin that you and your love ones can go and explore.

6. Aviation Heritage

The best tourist attractions in Darwin
Aviation heritage

A visit to Aviation heritage museum in Darwin, Australia at 558 Stuart Hwy, Winnellie is a very interesting one and a source of education to students that studies history.

The museum has the major aircraft from wartime and displays the best of planes such as Tiger Moth, Spitfires, B-52, and more from the 100 years old history. And not just Australia, it also has aircraft of Japan and America that are truly a masterpiece.

7. Pudakul

 

The best tourist attractions in Darwin
Pudakul

Pudakul is one of the best tourist attractions in Darwin. The cultural tour of this Northern Territory with Pudakul that lies on the outskirts of the city at the Arnhem Hwy.

The 2-hour tour gives you an opportunity to engage with local Aboriginal people, the environment and wildlife, learn basket weaving, dilly bag making and the techniques used in the process.

Have a go at throwing a spear or blowing a didgeridoo, play the clapsticks and learn about their local bush food and medicine. You will be served with damper (bush bread) and tea after the experience.

8. Defense Of Darwin

The best tourist attractions in Darwin
Darwin defence museum

World war II has played a vital role in shaping the city and to know the significant impacts one must visit the East Point’s Defense of Darwin.

The artifacts, weapons, machinery, and medals displayed within the museum sing the glory of this city. The most fascinating one is the “Bombing of Darwin” during 1942. The short animation depicts the real battle between Australia and Japan. 

9. Adelaide River Queen Cruise

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Adelaide river queen cruise

The Adelaide river queen cruise is another tourist attractions in Darwin to explore.        The small vessels bring you as close as it is safe to get to a crocodile in the wild.

A coffee shop overlooking the river has cappuccino, beer, wine and a luncheon food offering. You can almost touch crocodiles through the thick glass windows and together with an informative commentary this experience will leave you with a balanced and informed view of the Australian saltwater crocodile.

If you are taking a cruise to Adelaide River, be careful as the crocodiles there are visitor-friendly. You never know when they pop out of the sea in search of food. Don’t worry experts will be there to help you. Simply capture the moment and flaunt off your daring trip to your friends.

10. Sunset Dinner Cruise in Darwin

The best tourist attractions in Darwin
Sunset dinner cruise

Finish your trip to Darwin with your family or your love near the shores of the sea with Sunset Dinner Cruise.

Here you can enjoy the fishing, romantic dinner date, and mesmerizing sunset. The freshly prepared seafood and the bright orange-yellow hue sky will let you forget the world.

Finish your trip to Darwin near the shores of the sea with Sunset Dinner Cruise. Here you can enjoy the fishing, romantic dinner date, and mesmerizing sunset. The freshly prepared seafood and the bright orange-yellow hue sky will let you forget the world.

Your trip to Darwin is going to be amazing if you get time to visit all these best tourist attractions in Darwin, Australia.‌‎

A single day won’t be enough so plan at least a week-long trip and come between May and October for the best experience.

 

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