Experience Darwin 5D/4N
Explore the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, the Aviation Museum and the Botanic Gardens.
Enjoy a 2.5 hours sunset dinner cruise with spectacular views.
Join a local guide to spot saltwater crocodiles on the Yellow Water billabong cruise and learn about the Aboriginal rock art in Kakadu National Park.
Take in the splendour of thundering waterfalls, rainforest pockets and historic sacred sites in Litchfield National Park.
Max group size:
- - Return Darwin Airport transfers.
- - 4 Nights Darwin city standard hotel accommodation.
- - Darwin City Sights Tour.
- - Charles Darwin Sunset Dinner Cruise.
- - Kakadu National Park Explorer.
- - Litchfield National Park Waterfalls.
- - 1 dinner & 2 lunches.
Departures:Departs Daily, Year Round
Day 1: Arrival
Arrival transfer from Darwin Airport to your accommodation.
Day 2: Darwin City Sights Tour, Charles Darwin Sunset Dinner Cruise
Darwin is Australia’s only tropical capital city and is the largest city in the Northern Territory. It is a former frontier outpost and the gateway to Kakadu National Park.
Darwin is treasured country to its traditional owners, the Larrakia people, who are prominent and active members of the local community.
A multicultural city, it boasts a population made up of people from more than 60 nationalities and 70 different ethnic backgrounds. A treat for the senses – a Territory-inspired banquet style dinner to share with friends.
Day 3: Kakadu National Park Explorer
Discover Kakadu on a full-day trip, including wildlife on a Yellow Water Billabong Cruise, lunch and visit to Nourlangie to see ancient Aboriginal rock art.
Start your day with an early-morning hotel pick-up and travel on one of the longest roads in Australia, the Stuart Highway.
Arrive at the World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park and marvel at this landscape of exceptional beauty and diversity. The park is surrounded by mangrove-fringed coastal areas, expansive flood plains, lowland hills and open woodland.
Visit the Warradjan Cultural Centre and learn about the traditions of the Aboriginal people in Kakadu.
Next cruise on the famous Yellow Water Billabong, search for saltwater crocodiles, and view the colourful range of bird life—for which this region is renowned.
After lunch, stop at the Nourlangie Rock for a guided walk and view the ancient Aboriginal rock art before returning to Darwin.
Day 4: Litchfield National Park Waterfalls
Established in 1986, Litchfield National Park is a stunning location.
You can take in the splendour of thundering waterfalls, rainforest pockets and historic sacred sites.
It is a haven for hundreds of native bird species and the plateau supports a rich range of woodland flora.
The traditional custodians of the Park are the Wagait people, many of whom still call the area home.
Day 5: Departure
Departure transfer from your accommodation to Darwin Airport.