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Darwin Australia

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Thing To Do & See

Oz Jet

If a harbour cruise is too tame, jump on Oz Jet for a white-knuckle ride around the harbour that'll test how long it's been since you had lunch. Departs from Stokes Hill Wharf. Bookings essential; closed during the Wet.

Darwin Day Tours

Runs an afternoon city tour that takes in all the major attractions, including Stokes Hill Wharf, the Museum & Art Gallery and East Point Reserve, and can be linked with a sunset harbour cruise ($108).

Adventure Tours

Range of 4WD tours to suit the spirited backpacker crowd. Two-/three-day Kakadu tours $453/663, plus day tours to Litchfield ($119) and Katherine Gorge ($157). Longer tours available.

The Rock

Inside an old WWII oil-storage tank at Doctors Gully, The Rock is the place to chalk-up your fingers, defy gravity and dangle yourself off a climbing wall.

Tour Tub

This open-sided hop-on, hop-off minibus tours around Darwin's big-ticket sights throughout the day. Call for bookings, pick-up times and locations. Pay the driver onboard − cash only.

Anniki Pearl Lugger Cruises

Three-hour sunset cruises on this historical pearling lugger depart at 4.45pm from Cullen Bay Marina and include sparkling wine and nibbles. You might recognise the ship from the film Australia.

Tiwi Tours

Small-group cultural tours out to the nearby Tiwi Islands with Indigenous guides (adult/child including flights $465/418). Kakadu and Litchfield tours also available.

Sacred Earth Safaris

Multiday, small-group 4WD camping tours around Kakadu, Katherine and the Kimberley. Two-day Kakadu tour starts at $695; the five-day Top End tour is $1995.

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