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Darwin attractions for families

Cutta Cutta Caves Guided Walking Tour - 1 Hour

Cutta Cutta Caves Guided Walking Tour - 1 Hour

Discover Katherine’s fascinating underground tropical cave system, the Cutta Cutta Caves on a one hour walking tour packed with interesting commentary.

From
$35

AUD

Crocosaurus Cove General Admission Tickets

Crocosaurus Cove General Admission Tickets

Be introduced to the world’s largest display of Australian reptiles and some of the largest Saltwater Crocodiles in the world, right in the heart of Darwin.

From
$40

AUD

1 Day Tour from Darwin

1 Day Tour from Darwin

The full day Wetland Cruise Tour from Darwin includes return hotel transfers, 2.5 hour lunch cruise with an experienced guide.

From
$210

AUD

Darwin Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour

Darwin Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour

Visit Darwin’s best attractions on this Hop On Hop Bus Tour of the city with a 24hr or 48hr classic ticket or 48 hour deluxe pass. Book your tickets here!

From
$47

AUD

Litchfield National Park Top End Day Trip from Darwin

Litchfield National Park Top End Day Trip from Darwin

Cool off in secluded waterfalls, plunge pools, join a crocodile cruise and see giant termite mounds on this Litchfield National Park tour from Darwin.

From
$175

AUD

Jumping Crocodile Tour from Darwin

Jumping Crocodile Tour from Darwin

Cruise the Marrakai Wetlands to see mighty crocodiles on this 1 hour Adelaide River Jumping Crocodile Cruise with return transfers from Darwin.

From
$140

AUD

Adelaide River Jumping Crocodile Cruise

Adelaide River Jumping Crocodile Cruise

Experience a cruise like no other with this Adelaide River Jumping Crocodile Cruise. Purchase your tickets today!

From
$159

AUD

Australian Outback Camp and Survival Training Day Tour with Andrew Ucles

Australian Outback Camp and Survival Training Day Tour with Andrew Ucles

This Northern Territory experience is unlike any other. Tour the Australian Outback with survival expert Andrew Ucles with lunch and transfers from Darwin. Suitable for 10+ year olds.

From $495
$470

AUD

Darwin City Sightseeing Half Day Tour

Darwin City Sightseeing Half Day Tour

Discover the historic sites of Darwin city including the East Point Military Precinct, Mooring Basin & Stokes Hill Wharf on this afternoon day tour.

From
$99

AUD

Kakadu National Park 30 Minute Scenic Flight Ex Jabiru

Kakadu National Park 30 Minute Scenic Flight Ex Jabiru

See the World Heritage Listed Kakadu National Park from the air on this breathtaking 30-minute scenic flight from Jabiru. Suitable for 4+ year olds.

From
$159

AUD

Whipray Encounter with Crocosaurus Cove Entry

Whipray Encounter with Crocosaurus Cove Entry

Take part in the afternoon Aquarium show and experience a close encounter hand-feeding Whiprays at Crocosaurus Cove in Darwin.

From
$61

AUD

Darwin Royal Flying Doctor Service & Aviation Museum Combo

Darwin Royal Flying Doctor Service & Aviation Museum Combo

Swoop into Darwin's unique aviation history as you visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service and Darwin Aviation Museum in one great value combo ticket.

From
$39

AUD

Die Another Day Jet Ski Tour

Die Another Day Jet Ski Tour

This 75 minute Darwin jet ski tour is your licence to thrill blasting along the waterways past the Darwin city skyline and secluded coastal locations.

From
$199

AUD

Thunderball Shipwreck Jet Ski Tour

Thunderball Shipwreck Jet Ski Tour

Uncover a piece of Darwin’s history on the water on this 60 minute Darwin jet ski tour taking you to sunken warships and coastal locations.

From $189
$170

AUD

Cage of Death Solo Dive

Cage of Death Solo Dive

Come face to face with Northern Territory saltwater crocodile and stare them down them in a separate pool - the "Cage of Death". Sounds promising, right?

From
$195

AUD

Darwin Scenic Helicopter Flight - 20 Minutes

Darwin Scenic Helicopter Flight - 20 Minutes

Join pilots on this 20 minute Darwin scenic helicopter flight for spectacular views of the tropical city, sparkling harbour and beyond.

From
$295

AUD

30 Minute Kakadu National Park Flight Ex Cooinda

30 Minute Kakadu National Park Flight Ex Cooinda

Experience the natural beauty of the world heritage-listed Kakadu National Park on this 30-minute scenic flight from Cooinda. Suitable for 4+ year olds

From
$169

AUD

9-Day Darwin to Broome Kimberley Adventure

9-Day Darwin to Broome Kimberley Adventure

Spend nine days exploring the very best of the Aussie outback on this adventure tour from Darwin to Broome. Hike mountains, swim waterholes and much more.

From
$2,599

AUD

Honey Ryder Sunrise Jetski Tour

Honey Ryder Sunrise Jetski Tour

Drift over WWII shipwrecks, marine life and pass beautiful coastal locations on this 90-minute jet ski tour in Darwin as the sun rises another glorious day.

From $279
$251

AUD

Kakadu Wilderness Escape Top End Day Trip from Darwin

Kakadu Wilderness Escape Top End Day Trip from Darwin

Join this unique Aboriginal cultural adventure in the Kakadu National Park with an Adelaide River croc cruise, wilderness areas and rock art sites.

From
$245

AUD

Darwin Jet Boat and Airboat Adventure - 60 Minutes

Darwin Jet Boat and Airboat Adventure - 60 Minutes

Book this electrifying Darwin combo tour to thunder along the harbour on a high-speed jet boat before stepping it up a notch and switching to a V8 airboat.

From
$190

AUD

Kakadu National Park 60 Minute Flight Ex Jabiru

Kakadu National Park 60 Minute Flight Ex Jabiru

Departing from Jabiru, book this 60-minute scenic flight to view the ancient site and lush landscapes of Kakadu National Park from the air. Suitable for 4+ year olds.

From
$259

AUD

Kakadu Scenic Flight, Cruise & Lunch

Kakadu Scenic Flight, Cruise & Lunch

Buckle up for an incredible Kakadu cultural experience flying over the floodplains, cruising East Alligator River and visiting the Ubirr rock art site. Suitable for 4+ year olds.

From
$949

AUD

Overnight Glamping Safari From Darwin For 2

Overnight Glamping Safari From Darwin For 2

Book this Darwin overnight Safari tour and experience swimming in natural springs, witnessing wildlife and glamping under the stars in Litchfield NP!

From
$1,390

AUD

NitNit Dreaming Two Gorge Boat Tour - 2 Hours

NitNit Dreaming Two Gorge Boat Tour - 2 Hours

Admire two impressive gorges as you cruise the serene waterways of Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge National Park on this two hour guided tour.

From
$119

AUD

Darwin Scenic Helicopter Flight - 40 Minutes

Darwin Scenic Helicopter Flight - 40 Minutes

Admire the Top End from above on this 40 minute Darwin helicopter tour flying over the tropical city, sparkling harbour and stunning Cox Peninsula.

From
$565

AUD

Jabiru Sunset 60 Minute Scenic Tour

Jabiru Sunset 60 Minute Scenic Tour

Enjoy golden hour from the comfort of a plane as you fly over Kakadu National Park, Australia’s largest national park.

From
$250

AUD

Kakadu Day Trip with Return Scenic Flights

Kakadu Day Trip with Return Scenic Flights

Discover the highlights of Kakadu National Park in a day with return scenic flights, Yellow Water Billabong cruise, lunch and tour of Warradjan Centre.

From
$899

AUD

Top End Safari Camp Day Tour

Top End Safari Camp Day Tour

Experience the best of the Top End on this all-inclusive day tour from Darwin which includes a helicopter, airboat and cruise to see wildlife of Litchfield.

From
$495

AUD

Free things to do in Darwin

Jim Jim Falls @ Kakadu National Park

Jim Jim Falls @ Kakadu National Park

Pack your bags for an adventure! Explore Jim Jim Falls, the tallest waterfall in Kakadu. Monsoon forest hikes, exotic wildlife, great memories & more!

Free
Florence Falls Waterhole, Litchfield Park

Florence Falls Waterhole, Litchfield Park

Florence Falls are perfect for swimming & exploring. Experience the beauty of Litchfield National Park with your kids, just a 2-hour drive from Darwin

Free

Explore the top things to do in Darwin with kids

Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, is a former frontier outpost and is a gateway to the massive Kakadu National Park.

There are many things to do and places to visit while visiting Darwin Northern Territory during the Australian school holidays - whether exploring its beaches, National Parks, and wildlife or taking tours through Kakadu National Park, Darwin has heaps of fun activities for families!

Whether you're looking for free things to do in Darwin, the best time to visit Darwin, must-do attractions for family, things to do in July - August, and fantastic things to do around Darwin for the whole family to enjoy, we've got you covered!


Some of the best things to do in Darwin with kids and family:

  • Watch a movie at Deckchair Cinema Darwin

  • Spend a day at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

  • Catch a sunset on Darwin Harbour sunset cruise on Charles Darwin

  • Get up close to saltwater crocodiles with the Adelaide River cruise

  • Get close to nature with the Mary River Cruises

  • Discover the beautiful Darwin Botanical Gardens

  • Spend a day with family on the Tiwi Islands

  • Discover the beauty of Litchfield National Park

  • Experience Mindil Beach Market food

  • Visit Territory Wildlife Park and Berry Springs


Watch a movie at Deckchair Cinema Darwin

  • Address: Jervois Rd, Darwin City NT 0800

  • Opening hours during the dry season: Daily at 6 pm. The early session starts at 7 pm.

While food and city lovers explore the wonders of Darwin Harbour, don't miss a unique outdoor cinema experience and watch a film at Deckchair Outdoor Cinema! You will enjoy a selection of the best Australian and foreign films, your favourite movies, and those not often seen. Also, they offer some delicious food from the local food truck, and there's always ice cream available!

Deckchair Cinema is a fully independent cinema that the Darwin Film Society runs.

With breathtaking views of the sunset and Darwin Harbour and an elegant outdoor setting - Deckchair Cinema has it all! During the dry season (May - October), the cinema opens seven nights a week at 6 pm. The early session starts at 7 pm.

If you're after some awesome outdoor adventures in the Darwin city centre on your Darwin family holidays, don't miss out on your opportunity for some good old-fashioned entertainment under the stars with your loved ones at one of the top attractions in Darwin, Australia!

P.S. Deckchair Cinema offers cushions to pad out your deckchair and a free insect repellent.


Spend a day at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

  • Address: 19 Conacher St, The Gardens NT 0820

  • Opening hours: Daily, 10 am - 4 pm

  • FREE Entry

The Northern Territory Museum and Art Gallery are the top Darwin attractions you can visit during your day trip to Darwin. Just a 5-minute drive from the city centre, the Museum and Art Gallery offer a large art collection and ever-changing exhibits - something for everyone!

The Art Gallery of the Northern Territory features contemporary aboriginal art and traditional art, focusing on local artists with European and Indigenous roots. Some art pieces are intricate and very colourful, while others send some political messages. The display panels at the art gallery are very informative, give you a great understanding of the long history, and allow you to experience aboriginal culture.

There are quite a few interesting sections at the art gallery, such as the maritime part and Cyclone Tracy that devastated Darwin on Christmas Day 1974. The Art Gallery of the Northern Territory is spacious, easy to move around, and offers a fantastic Darwin experience!

The Northern Territory Museum is a great place in the capital city for families looking for some free and interactive things to do with kids during your Darwin family holiday. The museum offers an inspiring environment with exhibits about Darwin's history, local wildlife, gems stones, indigenous stories and the Northern Territory's fascinating history. You'll also learn about the prehistoric indigenous times dating about 60,000 years back to the early European settlement in Darwin, Australia.

There is a fantastic kids' space with activities and books, which kids will love! Plus, the Northern Territory Museum staff is very friendly!

After a few hours of exploring the museum and art gallery, check out delicious food at The Northern Territory Museum's cafe, where you can relax in an enchanting atmosphere and enjoy the beautiful Darwin waterfront view.


Catch a sunset on Darwin Harbour sunset cruise on Charles Darwin

Get ready for an evening you will never forget as you experience the famous Darwin Harbour sunset cruise and enjoy the warm breeze in your hair, an exquisite tropical sunset on the horizon, and a delicious Northern Territory-style buffet dinner on board that includes fresh seafood and local produce!

This 2.5-hour sunset harbour cruise departs daily (from February to December) from the Stokes Hill Wharf at 6 pm and returns at 8:30 pm. The boarding starts at 5.30 pm.

This top Darwin experience is perfect for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life while still enjoying some famous Australian cuisine! The gorgeous Darwin waterfront makes a perfect starting point for such relaxing sunset cruises down the waterways of Darwin Harbour!


Get up close to saltwater crocodiles with the Adelaide River cruise

Experience one of Darwin's top attractions - a Jumping Crocodile Cruise on the Adelaide River! The Adelaide River is home to over 1600 saltwater crocodiles, birds and other local wildlife and is about a 1.5-hour drive from Darwin Waterfront.

You'll have a great opportunity for an unforgettable experience as you explore Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve, the Wetlands Visitor Centre, and this floodplain ecosystem and local wildlife while being safe in your boat with knowledgeable and entertaining crew members who will help guide you all the way!

You'll watch each jumping crocodile up close and how they leap from the water when feeding. There are no cages - just you, the crew members and wild saltwater crocodiles in their natural environment!


Get close to nature with the Mary River Cruises

  • Address: Corroboree Billabong Rd, Marrakai, NT 0801

  • Opening hours: May to October; starts at 9 am with a return around 5 pm

The Mary River Wetlands, a hidden gem in the heart of Australia, offer its visitors an experience like no other!

During the dry season (May - October), take on this unique opportunity to explore the Mary River wetlands, which are full of crocodiles and a diverse range of fish, wildlife and 250 species of birds with this Mary River Wetlands Cruise from Darwin Northern Territory.

Discover a day trip to the Corroboree Billabong with visits to the Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve and a relaxing Mary River Wetlands cruise. The incredible Mary River Wetlands is home to the largest concentration of crocodiles in the world, so this is your chance to see the saltwater crocodiles up close!

The journey starts at 9 am from Darwin City to Fogg Dam Reserve, with a return to Darwin around 5 pm. It’s an amazing way to get to know the wildlife with this Mary River wetlands cruise.

The cruise is the best and easiest way to experience the natural beauty of the Mary River Wetlands and see some wildlife while visiting Northern Australia!


Discover the beautiful Darwin Botanical Gardens

  • Address: Gilruth Ave & Gardens Rd, The Gardens NT 0820

  • Opening hours: Daily, 7 am – 7 pm

  • FREE Entry

George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens is a relaxing escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. The Darwin Botanic Gardens with native plants are beautiful, well maintained and one of the top Darwin attractions for families! There are plenty of wide walking trails, fountains, waterfalls, lush greenery and more to fully enjoy the gardens in the tropical city.

The whole family will enjoy a lovely walk around the Darwin Botanic Gardens. On your walk, you're likely to discover a fake snake, croc, dragon, and dinosaur! There's also a lovely kids' playground with enough play space to play and a cafe nearby!

The Darwin Botanic Gardens are located just across the road (Gilruth Ave) from Mindil Beach. So enjoy your peaceful walk in the gardens before watching the sunset and checking out the Mindil Beach Sunset Market.

You can reach the Gardens from the Darwin city centre heading towards Mindil Beach. If you're on foot, getting there can take up to 30 minutes. Alternatively, you can use public transport, this Darwin hop-on-hop-off bus tour or one of the Darwin sightseeing half-day tours on which you can also visit East Point Military Precinct, the Museum of the Northern Territory, the Chinese Temple and more!


Spend a day with family on the Tiwi Islands

You and your kids will never forget your first visit to the Tiwi Islands, Australia, during your family holiday in the Northern Territory. The lush tropical ecosystem is beautiful, and you're about to set foot in it for real!

Start your unique Tiwi Islands adventure by jumping on board the Darwin to the Tiwi Islands ferry to join a 2.5-hour tour and discover the rich aboriginal culture and history of the Tiwi Islands.

The Tiwi Islands (NT) are 80 km north of Darwin and consist of two main islands - Bathurst and Melville. Most of the residents are of Aboriginal origin. So this is a great opportunity for the whole family to meet some of the Tiwi people on one of these cultural and wildlife tours and learn about their ceremonies and rituals, beautiful Aboriginal art and traditional lifestyle. There are also many football fans amongst the Tiwi people, as some of you might be too!

A day trip to the Tiwi Islands during your Northern Territory family holidays is an unforgettable Darwin experience for all ages. Older kids and teens will be fascinated by the Indigenous heritage, learning about traditional ceremonies such as bush tucker or medicinal plants while you enjoy morning tea and your time off exploring the beautiful Tiwi Islands, full of so much history!


Discover the beauty of Litchfield National Park

  • Address: Litchfield National Park Rd, NT

  • Opening hours: Always open

  • FREE Entry

Looking for free things to do on your family holidays in Darwin, Australia? Look no further than Litchfield National Park! Take out an easy 1.5-hour drive from Darwin City to explore this scenic area.

Litchfield is home to some of the top attractions in Darwin Northern Territory, such as Florence Falls, Sandy Creek Falls, Tjaetaba Falls, Tolmer Falls, Wangi Falls and the Magnetic Termite Mounds. There is even the Lost City at Litchfield National Park!

Road trips are always more fun with some adventure! So, make the most out of your trip to Litchfield by doing something different. Swim under waterfalls and in crystal clear swimming holes like Buley Rockhole Pools, and spot colourful birds or wildlife on bushwalks through the rainforest.

The road in Litchfield National Park is unsealed but well-maintained, so during the dry season (May to October), you can go there by either a 4WD or a regular car.

If you want to uncover the spectacular hidden waterfalls and more of Litchfield National Park with a knowledgeable guide, check out the details and book your day trip to Litchfield from Darwin.


Experience Mindil Beach Market food

  • Address: Maria Liveris Dr, The Gardens NT 0820

  • Opening hours: Thursdays and Sundays 4pm - 9pm (April to October)

  • FREE Entry

Head to the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets, the famous markets in Darwin, Australia, for some delicious local food, fresh fruit and vegetables to make your taste buds happy.

During the dry season (April to October), the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets start from 4 and finish at 9 pm and are open on Thursdays and Sundays. It's a great place to spend an evening while visiting Darwin Northern Territory, as it's one of the best spots to watch the beautiful Darwin sunset too!

Families with kids will love visiting the Mindil Beach Sunset Market, from watching the kids having fun at this playground, jumping on a castle near the kids' playground, and watching a circus show and live music to a fire twirling show!

With a big selection of food and drinks, you can find anything at the Mindil Beach Markets: crocodile meat, fresh juices, smoothies and all kinds of food!


Visit Territory Wildlife Park and Berry Springs

  • Address: Berry Springs Nature Reserve, Berry Springs NT 0838

  • Nature Reserve opening hours: Daily, 8 am - 6:30 pm

  • Nature Reserve entry fee: FREE

  • Territory Wildlife Park Opening hours: 1 October - 31 March (Wet season) 9 am - 3 pm. 1 April - 30 September (Dry season), 9 am - 4 pm. Closed on Christmas Day

  • Territory Wildlife Park Entry fee: Adult $37, Child (5-16 y.o.) $18.50; Child (under 5 y.o.) - Free; Concession $26-$30

Visit Territory Wildlife Park and Berry Springs Nature Reserve with your family for an unforgettable experience. The 1-hour drive from Darwin City will bring you to a peaceful landscape full of natural swimming holes, shady picnic areas with BBQ facilities and where the kids can spot some turtles! If you visit the park in March and April, you'll see beautiful native flowers everywhere in this beautiful park near Darwin City.

The Territory Wildlife Park is a perfect destination for you and your family to enjoy the company of wildlife up close in their natural habitats. You can meet animals walking through treetop aviaries strolling around a natural lagoon, and you can get up close enough to them during daily presentations. When you stroll beneath the surface in the walk-through aquarium, you will meet some aquatic life and a giant saltwater crocodile!

So plan to spend a day in Territory Wildlife Park and Berry Springs Nature Reserve, as they are perfect spots for a day out with the kids during your Darwin holidays!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Darwin is the most northerly of the Australian capital cities and serves as the Top End regional centre. Darwin is the capital city and chief port of the Northern Territory, Australia. It is situated on a low peninsula northeast of the entrance to the Port Darwin harbour, a deep inlet of Beagle Gulf of the Timor Sea.

January is the middle of the wet season in Darwin, so high humidity and afternoon thunderstorms are likely. Some people prefer not to visiting Darwin during the wet season due to the heat and humidity, but others don't mind seeing the amazing thunderstorms! If you're on your family holidays in Darwin in January, here are some of the things to do in Darwin in January and when it's raining: Kakadu National Park, Jumping Crocodile Cruise, Word War II Oil Storage Tunnels, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin Military Museum and more!

April is the beginning of the dry season in Darwin. So during your family holidays Darwin, you're likely to be welcomed by blue skies daily with comfortable temperatures between 20°C and 33°C. If you're on your Darwin family holidays in April, here are what to do with kids: Mary River wetlands, George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens, Mindil Beach Sunset Market, Litchfield National Park, Territory Wildlife Park, Berry Springs, Kakadu National Park, Jumping Crocodile Cruise, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory and more!

Here are some places to see in Darwin NT: the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin Botanical Gardens, Tiwi Islands, Litchfield National Park, Mindil Beach Market food, Territory Wildlife Park and Berry Springs, Mary River, Adelaide River, Darwin Harbour, Deckchair Cinema Darwin and more!

Here are many things to do in Darwin depending on the season you plan to visit the Northern Territory Australia: the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin Botanical Gardens, Tiwi Islands, Litchfield National Park, Mindil Beach Market, Territory Wildlife Park and Berry Springs, Mary River, Adelaide River, Darwin Harbour, Deckchair Cinema Darwin and more!

The wet season in Darwin NT is from 1 October to 31 March.

Darwin is the capital city and chief port of the Northern Territory, Australia. It is the most northerly of the Australian capital cities.

There are plenty of things to do in Darwin, Australia: visit the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, discover the beautiful Botanical Gardens, visit Tiwi Islands, explore Litchfield National Park, experience Mindil Beach Market food, discover Territory Wildlife Park and Berry Springs, get close to nature with the Mary River cruises, catch a gorgeous sunset on Darwin Harbour sunset cruise, get up close to saltwater crocodiles on Adelaide River, watch a movie at Deckchair Cinema Darwin and more!

A great time to visit Darwin, Australia, is during the dry season (May to October). You will find many famous events, cruises and day tours to visit the best places in and near Darwin and see the most famous Darwin attractions like Mindil Beach Sunset Markets, Darwin Festival, Deckchair Outdoor Cinema and more!

Northern Territory is famous for multicultural food, Darwin outdoor markets, waterside attractions, and a year-round warm holiday vibe. In addition, Northern Territory is known for its iconic national parks and dramatic landscapes, birds and wildlife, Aboriginal culture and opportunities for adventure. The best time to visit the Northern Territory is between June and September, when the weather is stable with low humidity levels, to explore Litchfield, Kakadu, Katherine, rivers, waterfalls and more!

Darwin Northern Territory is the most northerly of the Australian capital cities. It is the capital city and chief port of the Northern Territory, Australia. Darwin is situated on a low peninsula northeast of the entrance to the Port Darwin Harbour, a deep inlet of the Beagle Gulf of the Timor Sea.

Things to do in the NT: see iconic national parks and dramatic landscapes, birds and wildlife, Aboriginal culture and opportunities for adventure, explore Litchfield, Kakadu, Katherine, rivers, waterfalls, try multicultural food, outdoor markets, waterside attractions and more!

July is one of the best months to visit Darwin due to low humidity levels. Explore Litchfield, Kakadu, Katherine, rivers, and waterfalls, watch a movie at Deckchair Cinema Darwin, catch a sunset on Darwin Harbour sunset, discover beautiful Darwin Botanical Gardens, try the delicious local food at Mindil Beach Market and more!

September is one of the best months to visit Darwin. Explore Litchfield, Kakadu, Katherine, rivers, and waterfalls, visit Territory Wildlife Park and Berry Springs, watch a movie at Deckchair Cinema Darwin, catch a sunset on Darwin Harbour sunset, discover beautiful Darwin Botanical Gardens, and try the delicious local food at Mindil Beach Market and more!

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