Darwin Tourism

Despite the many scars that history has put on it, Darwin has survived as a beautiful oasis with a solid resolve and a relaxed attitude. When you visit Darwin, you don’t just experience a fascinating Australian city, but you also walk into the gateway of Asia.

Multicultural and adventurous, Darwin will leave you amazed. This harbor town has undergone a major facelift but has retained its casual and lounged vibe. For long, the northern capital of Australia has been a mere launch pad to some of Australia’s top national parks. But tourists are now curious about the rich world war heritage and understated enthusiasm of Darwin. Darwin is a melting pot of sorts; it is steeped with history and culture, assimilating a variety of races and classes into its warm embrace.

Take a peep into aboriginal history and tread up close with crocodiles; you’ll be glad that you stopped over at this harbor of fun!

Essential travel information and Darwin tips for your visit

  • The road between Darwin and Broome is one of the longest stretches of uninhabited land in the world. Take a road trip into Australia’s past on this epic journey that crosses the absolute must-see Kakadu National Park and miles of crocodile infested roads. Do take a buddy along!
  • Do take appropriate weather precautions when you visit Darwin. The Dry season would require drinking lots of water and wearing summer clothes. A visit in the Wet season would require you to have appropriate rainwear.
  • Bring along lots of Mosquito repellent to save you from both Dengue-Mosquitoes and Sand flies.
  • Be aware that you are in a area that is full of crocodiles. Do not camp near the water’s edge or try deadly stunts close to the river. Read up about safe swimming areas beforehand.

The best tours and activities in the city, guided by experts to give you a local insight to the best of Darwin