With crocs, billabongs and off road tracks galore, Darwin is the obvious destination for the Aussie adventurer. Take the plunge and test your limits with the following action packed activities.
- This one is not for the faint hearted… Experience Darwin’s reptiles up close and personal with Wallaroo Jumping Croc Cruise. The tour will take you down Adelaide River where the territories croc colony lies patiently waiting for the next boat full of tasty tourists. Don’t fear, the tour guides will take great care of you! You will also stop off at several waterfalls and rock pools and enjoy a tropical lunch at the stunning Litchfield National Park.
Spent the morning at the Jumping Crocodile Cruise - One of the few places in the world where you could witness such a sight in the wild. This one was a 5/6m long alpha male 😱😱🙌🏼🙌🏼😻😻 Life sure is exhilarating at the outback 🐊 Glad to have witnessed this with @vickiima @shawnekoh @chelseacheongsm @zeloswatches X #DARWINwithbel #mydarwindarlings #NTaustralia #wallarootours
- Spend the day off the beaten track and visit sights such as Kakadu National Park, Ubirr Rock and Wangi Falls on an Off Road Dreaming guided tour. Join one of their day trips or book a private charter to see some of Darwin’s breathtaking natural sceneries.
- Soar through the Darwin Outback and enjoy the thrill of a water landing with Outback Floatplane Adventures. Choose your mode of transport; airboat, helicopter or floatplane or combine all three for the ultimate package. Want more excitement? Try Helifishing, fly to remote locations perfect for catching barramundi, jewfish and golden snapper.
- If classic fishing is more your style, you’ll enjoy a boat fishing safari to Dundee Beach with Anglers Choice Fishing Safaris. The summer monsoons create the best conditions for catching saltwater barramundi and the local Darwin guides know exactly where to find these guys!
- Spend some time in the company of Darwin’s wildlife with a Corroboree Billabong Wetland Cruise. Situated on the edge of Mary River National Park, this wetland is a paradise for birds, fish, crocodiles and other wildlife. A visit to the Top End would not be complete without cruising these pristine wetlands and discovering a spectacular landscape that has not changed for thousands of years.