- Tropical Darwin, a capital city like no other in Australia
- Fascinating WWII military heritage sites
- Stunning Katherine Gorge
- Kakadu National Park, Australia’s largest nature reserve
- Majestic waterfalls and magical billabongs
- Thousands of ancient Aboriginal rock art sites
- The pristine Mary River and its ephemeral floodplains
- Excellent native wildlife viewing including crocodiles
- Arnhem Land, a remote, rarely visited pocket of Australia
- Flourishing Aboriginal culture and traditions
- Relive Darwin’s darkest days at the excellent Darwin Military Museum
- Call in at Territory Wildlife Park and Crocosaurus Cove
- Take a thrilling croc-jumping cruise on the Adelaide River.
- Explore the exquisite chasms of Katherine Gorge by boat or canoe
- Tick off your birding list in the Mary River wetlands
- Learn to identify bush tucker and inspect fascinating rock art galleries dating back 40,000 years at Mount Borradaile.
Darwin is serviced by many domestic and regional airlines, with direct flights from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Cairns. Charter flights depart from the airport’s general aviation area to various lodges in the Mary River wetlands, to Katherine as well as to Davidson’s Arnhem Land Safaris Eco Lodge in Mt Borradaile.
Visit the Kimberley, for more mind-blowing Australian wilderness or head south to the Red Centre, to see the country’s most recognisable rock monolith.