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Darwin Activities and Programs
From sunset markets on the beach to crocodile safaris, activities around Darwin offer uniquely Australian experiences.
With a relaxed tropical atmosphere and unique landscape, business events are spoilt with activities in Darwin. The Northern Territory capital provides access to some of Australia’s best cultural activities, unique wildlife experiences and outback thrills.
Get up close to crocs
Crocosaurus Cove is home to some of the largest saltwater crocodiles in the world. Groups can get up close with a baby crocodile and enjoy a tour of the aquarium. Those daring enough can enter the Cage of Death, an underwater experience that brings you face to face with a 5-metre (16 ft) crocodile.
Stroll the Mindil Beach Markets
As the sun sets, groups can stroll through Mindil Beach Sunset Market. These colourful markets play host to more than 200 stalls selling food, arts and crafts, and are set to the backdrop of a spectacular beach sunset.
Indulge with Paspaley Pearls
Enjoy a day at Darwin’s waterfront on a private tour with Paspaley Pearls to learn about Australian South Sea pearl oysters while sipping sparkling wine.
Discover the beauty of Aboriginal art
Explore the Aboriginal Fine Arts Gallery, home to a collection of Aboriginal art that includes paintings and carvings from the Territory’s most outstanding artists. Darwin’s galleries also provide plenty of opportunities to buy Aboriginal art to take home.
Access to World Heritage-listed national parks
Darwin is within easy reach of World Heritage–listed national parks including Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks, offering crocodile spotting, wetland tours and other authentic Australian outback activities.
Kakadu National Park
Explore Australia’s largest national park, Kakadu, in the new outback retreats at Cooinda Lodge Kakadu. Experience Kakadu with an Aboriginal guide through Kakadu Cultural Tours or take a scenic flight over the National Park and surrounding rivers and floodplains.
An adventure to Litchfield National Park
Only a 60-minute drive south of Darwin, Litchfield National Park is home to incredible waterfalls and native flora and fauna. Take an adventure with Outback Floatplane Adventures near Darwin which includes a scenic flight over Litchfield National Park before an aquatic lagoon landing.