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Nautilus Aviation

Nautilus Aviation

For that once in a lifetime experience, every time, Nautilus Aviation’s luxury helicopters are a memorable way to enjoy North Queensland’s reef, rainforest and outback! Depart on a scheduled flight, design a tour of your own or take the controls and fly yourself! Enjoy local rates and experience th...

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Aquascene

Ever thought of feeding fsh in the ocean, at Doctors Gully, right in the heart of Darwin, is Aquascene, where hundreds of fsh come to shore at high tde to be fed by hand. The daily fsh feeding ritual began over 50 years ago, when a nearby resident started throwing bread scraps to a few small mulle...

Darwin Wharf Precinct

Darwin's Wharf has had a colourful, busy and sometmes tragic history. Its beginnings refect the tmes and the uncertainty surrounding the future of the township in the late 1800's. The ethnic populaton also has its beginnings linked to the Wharf. From 1884 the pearling industry was based in Frances...

George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens

Take a walk through the historic George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens to see a wide range of environments and flora of northern Australia, including 450 species of palms and plantings from Tiwi Island and Arnhem Land. Wander through rainforest, mangroves and open woodlands. You're sure to find som...

Northern Territory Library

The Northern Territory Library is located within Parliament House, at State Square in Darwin's central business district. It is the Northern Territory's major reference and research library responsible for collecting, preserving and providing access to the Northern Territory's contemporary and pione...

The Rock - Darwins Indoor Climbing Centre

The Rock Centre is located in a lush tropical setting adjacent to a wonderful boardwalk and nature area, in a prime part of Darwin beside the Aquascene fish feeding venue. The Rock is located in an old WW II oil tank. They offer climbing ranging from beginner to advanced along with a host of other a...

Northern Editions Printmaking Gallery and Studio

Visitors to Northern Editions Printmaking Gallery and Studio at its Charles Darwin University (CDU) location are rewarded with an exquisite range of etchings, screenprints, lithographs and linocuts by some of Australia's most celebrated artists.The staff of Northern Editions travel to some of the mo...

Myilly Point Heritage Precinct

The four houses making up the Myilly Point Heritage Precinct are the last of their kind in their original locaton and are prime examples of pre World War II Darwin architecture. This precinct represents the conclusion of a Commonwealth Government policy for an 'approved housing scheme' for high-ra...

Bicentennial Park

Perched on the clifs of Darwin Harbour along The Esplanade, Bicentennial Park is a good place to catch a sea breeze or spend an afernoon following the WWII walking trail, picnicking or relaxing in the open grasslands.Running the length of Darwin's waterfront overlooking Darwin Harbour and shaded b...

Tiwi Islands

Known as 'the islands of smiles', the Tiwi Islands are popular for their Aboriginal culture, tropical island scenery and blue-water fshing. Comprising Bathurst and Melville Island (Australia's second largest island afer Tasmania), the Tiwi Islands are situated 100 kilometres to the north of Darwin...

East Point Reserve

East Point Reserve is Darwin's largest park area. It is popular with locals and visitors for its safe year-round saltwater swimming at Lake Alexander, military history, and the uninterrupted views of Darwin and Fannie Bay and sunsets from Dudley Point. It is has an extensive network of walking and...

Nature's Way

Nature's Way is a scenic tourism drive through Kakadu and Nitmiluk National Parks. For photographic, wildlife and birdwatching enthusiasts, this is a dream drive on a fully sealed road suitable for a two-wheel-drive vehicle. The 457 kilometre drive begins in Darwin and follows the Arnhem Highway thr...

WWII Oil Storage Tunnels

One of the more interesting constructions in Darwin during World War II are the oil storage tunnels located near the Darwin Wharf Precinct. Originally eight oil tunnels were planned, but only five were actually constructed. Today, two of these oil storage tunnels are open for viewing. The tunnels fe...

Darwin Harbour

Dotted with sunken ships from World War II, Cyclone Tracy and confiscated Indonesian fishing vessels, Darwin Harbour is surrounded by scenic mangroves and pristine tidal waters, meeting at Darwin’s cosmopolitan foreshore. Larger than Sydney Harbour, Darwin Harbour offers a range of recreational acti...

Lake Alexander

Lake Alexander is a man-made lake that provides safe swimming throughout the year, and is a popular picnic and barbecue stop. Lake Alexander is part of Darwin's East Point Reserve, and is set on a peninsular of land overlooking Beagle Gulf.During the dry season, set of and explore the many walking...

United Paintball

All bookings require a deposit of AUD25 per person, to be paid at least two days in advance. Please note that deposits are non-refundable, so please confirm your group numbers before paying your deposit.Your AUD25 deposit will be deducted from any package you buy on your day of play. Deposits can be...

Northern Territory Parliament House

The Northern Territory Parliament House is the NT's premier public building. Opened in 1994, Parliament House is located in State Square, a site rich in Territory history and home of the Northern Territory's Legislature. The building is designed for its tropical setting and to reflect Northern Terri...

Territory Wildlife Park

See the birds and animals of the NT in their natural habitats at the Territory Wildlife Park. Nestled in 400 hectares of natural bushland, the park is only a 45-minute drive south of Darwin.Walk through treetop aviaries, stroll around a natural lagoon and walk into the tunnel beneath an aquarium t...

Government House

Government House, on The Esplanade in Darwin City, is the earliest and most significant government building in the Northern Territory. It is associated with the formal representation of the South Australian colonial administration and subsequent forms of government of the Northern Territory.The loca...

Fannie Bay Gaol

Opened in 1883, the Fannie Bay Gaol was the major detention centre in Darwin for almost 100 years until 1979, when prisoners were relocated to the new correctional facility located in Berrimah.Now open as an historic site, the integrity of the precinct and the severity of the buildings still convey...

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