Category: Northern Territory Atractions

Top 5 Cultural and Historical Attractions in Darwin (Part 2)

3. Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours   If you want to learn more about the life and cultural of the Aboriginal people, don’t miss your chance to join one of Pudakul’s popular tours. Inspiring, enriching and totally captivating, these locally run tours aim to educate the public on all that is inherently indigenous. On this 2-hour…

Top 5 Cultural and Historical Attractions in Darwin (Part1)

Darwin has long been considered one of the most rewarding Australian holiday destinations of all. Its natural harbour, stunningly striking to a fault, infusion of multi-ethnic inhabitants and abundance of natural attractions make it a superlative choice for all those who want the best of the top, right at their fingertips. Of course, it also…

Indo Pacific Marine

The capital of the Northern territory is, some may be surprised to hear, one of the most multicultural cities in the country and, although small and compact, offers a tremendously varied array of attractions. Darwin boasts a convenient airport which is only 13kms north-east of the city centre, where a constant influx of both domestic…

Croc Heaven (Crocosaurus Cove and Crocodilus Park)

Crocs, crocs and even more crocs are the order of the day in Darwin…and for very valid reasons! The most feared reptile in Australia (and perhaps the world) calls the Northern Territory its cosy home, so it is here where you’ll get the most chance s of close encounters. Crocodylus Park is much more than…

Territory Wildlife Park

This incredible wilderness park is the star attraction of the Northern Territory and is revered for its extensive collection of animals as well as varied ecosystems to explore. Note that it is rather huge, so make sure you plan nothing else to do on the day you visit. The park is well laid out and…