Make the most of 24 hours in Darwin. Here's 4 ways to do Darwin in a day.
Explore the art, craft and food stalls at one of the many markets. Get up close & personal with a saltwater crocodile. Enjoy the local seafood and culinary fare at one of the many restaurants. Enjoy a night of cinema under the stars.
Photo: Tourism NT, Shaana McNaught and Mindil Beach Sunset Markets
Immerse in the colour, beauty and diversity of the Top End’s Aboriginal art in the CBD and Parap and enjoy the street art across the City. Take a nature walk through the East Point Reserve or George Brown Botanic Gardens. Hand feed the hundreds of Milk fish that come in at high tide. Relax on a lunch or sunset cruise on the spectacular Darwin Harbour.
Photo: Scott Slawinski and Aquascene
Take a walk to learn about the history of Darwin. View the WWII attractions and learn about Darwin’s war history. Experience Darwin from the air with a scenic flight. Watch a spectacular Top End sunset from a beach side restaurant or café.
Jump on a city sights tour to see the major attractions. Swim in the Waterfront Wave Lagoon, salt water lagoon and try out the aqua obstacle course. Get energetic and tandem skydive, segway tour, fishing, crabbing, scenic flight or do a jet ski or airboat adventure.