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Located in the heart of Darwin City, Crocosaurus Cove is home to the world’s largest display of Australian reptiles, including the iconic saltwater crocodile!

Discover each of Crocosaurus Cove's 9 interactive shows daily, and learn all about Australia's incredible wildlife. Watch a huge saltie dine on his lunch during the Big Croc Feed Show, cuddle a snake or lizard during the Meet the Reptiles Show, and feed a feisty juvenile croc from the Fishing for Crocs platform. Then, capture a family photo with Fluffy the baby croc, or go for a dip in the Swim with the Crocs pool!

Crocosaurus Cove is also home to the famous Cage of Death, Australia’s only crocodile dive. Swim with one of the largest saltwater crocs in the world, and marvel at his prehistoric features and mesmerising gaze. This is a truly up close and personal experience that must be done!

Don’t miss Crocosaurus Cove, Darwin’s ultimate urban wildlife experience!

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Things to explore and do in Darwin is the World War II secret Oil Storage Tunnels. These giant Darwin tunnels had blood, sweat and tears in the hope, in part, to end the WWII. Made by the Civil Construction Corps.

This now very unique tourist attraction and event location is beside Darwin Wharf Precinct on Kitchener Drive. Reopened in 1992 to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Bombing of Darwin. In which 243 people lost there lives.

Located beneath the cliffs of Darwin city, just a short walk from the city centre and the Esplanade. Well informed gate keeper provides historical information relating to the concept of the tunnels and plenty of history books are for sale.

The Darwin Aviation Museum (formerly known as Australian Aviation Heritage Centre) is an accredited Northern Territory tourism attraction hosting 30,000 visitors each year.

The museum's origins can be traced to 1976 when a group of enthusiasts sought to preserve aviation relics after the destruction of Cyclone Tracy. It was later broadened to include the documentation of World War II aircraft crash sites and the preservation of aviation relics related to the defence of Darwin during World War II. The original museum was first opened to the public in 1988. In the late 1980s, the Society negotiated with the United States Air Force (USAF) and the Northern Territory Government to obtain a surplus USAF Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bomber and to build a museum to house and display the aircraft. On 2 June 1990, the new Darwin Aviation Museum was officially opened.

 

Explore Australia's gateway to the Northern Territory's 'Top End' on a Darwin bus tour. Hop on for a laid-back sightseeing adventure to discover the best of Darwin, including lush jungle in the Botanic Gardens, exotic street food at the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets, crocodiles at Crocosaurus Cove and fascinating local history at the Military Museum.

 

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Darwin City Explorer, known locally as the Tour Tub, has been showcasing Darwin’s top sites and attractions since 1985.In an open-sided bus, we were Darwin’s original hop-on, hop-off bus.  We still have two of these buses which sometimes make appearances for a City Explorer Tour during Darwin’s dry season, but they are more often used for celebrations, events and functions. Our regular tours utilise our air-conditioned coaster buses with a maximum of 20 passengers.  The Darwin City Explorer tour is the most comprehensive in town.  Beginning at 9am pick-up from your city accommodation the 5-hour experience takes in all of Darwin’s major attractions from WWII Oil Storage Tunnels, Museum and Art Gallery of NT, Darwin Military Museum, to the Qantas Hangar, Fannie Bay Gaol and Darwin Aviation Museum (and lunch at the Parap Markets on Saturday) with all entrance fees included.  Along the way our expert local guide tells you about the people, facts and antidotes that have shaped the city.  They can also answer your questions about Darwin and the Top End.  The tour includes pick-ups and drop-offs at your city accommodation, or for an additional $5 we’ll meet you at your caravan park.

DARWIN DAY TOURS

Experience Darwin’s rich culture and vibrant history on one of our Darwin Day Tours. Our various tours give you the choice to visit WW2 sites, swim under beautiful waterfalls and experience the Northern Territory’s jumping crocodiles in the wild. Fish pristine waters for the famous Barramundi or family fun on Darwin Harbour. Enjoy a spectacular Top End sunset, visit the many markets our locals love including Mindil Beach Sunset Markets, Parap and more. Learn about the unique and diverse flora and fauna that can be found in abundance across the Northern Territory.

Our tour options are flexible, choose between a fully guided private or small group tour, and half or full day touring or fishing. We are a local company of 25 years to showcase this magnificent, tropical northern city. Our experienced local tour guides will showcase Darwin and the Northern Territory, highlighting the great attractions. You will be provided full commentary and enjoy the colourful sights on a cruise on Darwin’s magnificent Harbour.

The Royal Flying Doctor Service Darwin Tourist Facility is an exciting attraction on Stokes Hill Wharf that brings to life two iconic Australian stories. Both iconic stories are retold using state of the art technology including Virtual Reality headsets, hologram movies, audio-visuals and touch screen TVs as well as the fascinating story boards. The first story is the Royal Flying Doctor Service, affectionately known as the RFDS. Founded in 1928 by Reverend John Flynn, it began its aero-medical operations in the Northern Territory in 1939. The second story is the Bombing of Darwin on 19th February 1942. The bombing raids by the Japanese, brought destruction to the city of Darwin and many of the events that happened that day are featured. The RFDS Tourist Facility is a must see in Darwin for visitors of all ages and families to have an interesting learning experience about Darwin's history.

The Mindil Beach Sunset Markets see the congregation of over 200 unique stalls, ranging from incredible local and international cuisine to an array of arts, crafts and services stalls. The Market also supports and provides opportunity to Darwin and regional NT artists from all genres of creative and performing arts to showcase their talent. The combination of amazing food, arts and culture, set to the backdrop of the spectacular sunset, creates an electric atmosphere.