Darwin city


Welcome to Darwin

Darwin is Australia’s only tropical capital city, deeply rooted in ancient culture, but with a young and dynamic outlook. You don’t just ‘observe’ Darwin… you feel it through every sense.

Below are some of the tours and attractions you can enjoy in Darwin City.

Mindil Beach Casino Resort is the ultimate destination for discerning guests seeking a true premium experience in Australia’s extraordinary Northern Territory. Set on 30 acres of tropical gardens

Mbantua Gallery specialises in art from the Utopia Region in Central Australia and represents around 200 artists from that area, mostly women producing beautiful and fine creations which are showcased

The Mason Gallery brings to Darwin the distinctive designs and bright bold colours of art created by Aboriginal artists of the Arnhemland, Central Desert and the Western Desert regions. Call in to

Lyons Cottage is the only remaining example of colonial bungalow style architecture in Darwin. This simple cottage is built from locally quarried porcellanite stone, timber from Asia and slate roof

Experience the picturesque Northern Territory through Louise's stunning fine art photography. This vibrant Darwin Waterfront gallery is packed fully of local images, many of which are hand-crafted in

Offering 30 years experience of personalised high-end luxury private touring throughout Kakadu, Arnhem Land and The Kimberley region. These private tours are designed to meet client’s special

Litchfield Park Adventures, a locally owned business with twenty years of experience guiding in the Top End of Australia, offer dedicated tours to suit the requirements of all travellers designed to

Notraces is organising off-track bushwalking tours in Litchfield National Park. Go where others do not go. Notraces tours run all year round. You can choose from a short 3 day walk and through to an

Liberty Square was named by the Darwin Town Council in June 1919 to commemorate the ‘Darwin Rebellion’ of 17 December 1918. That rebellion, which culminated in a protest directed at Government House

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