Darwin Harbour
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  • Crab Claw Island Relaxing Full Day Cruise with Seafood Lunch

    1. Crab Claw Island Relaxing Full Day Cruise with Seafood Lunch

    Depart Cullen Bay at 10:30 AM for a two-hour cruise heading out of Darwin Harbour and into Bynoe Harbour. As you cruise the Top End coastline, your skipper will provide light commentary along the way, pointing out areas of interest and historical information. On arrival onto the beach at Crab Claw Island, enjoy a delicious seafood buffet meal on the spacious deck overlooking the water, with plenty of time to relax and enjoy the surroundings. There are two swimming pools, boats for hire or simply relax with a cool beverage on the deck before cruising back to Cullen Bay.

    Staff on both the ferry and on the island were all really nice and helpful. The seafood buffet was awesome!! I am so glad l did this trip and l really enjoyed it. Thank you guys

  • Darwin Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tickets

    2. Darwin Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tickets

    Discover Australia's gateway to the Northern Territory's "Top End" on board the hop-on and hop-off sightseeing bus. Venture into the lush jungle at the Botanical Gardens, enjoy exotic street food at the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets and get up close to saltwater crocodiles at Crocosaurus Cove. Learn the fascinating local history at the Military Museum and much more!  Enjoy unlimited rides for the validity of your ticket, and benefit from 12 strategic stops. Join the Morning Tour (Red Route) to see the best of Darwin from the city through to Fannie Bay. Climb aboard the Afternoon Tour (Purple Route) and follow the route of the morning buses before you venture further out to the East Point Reserve. Learn about Darwin's fascinating history, culture and geography from the entertaining and informative pre-recorded digital commentary, broadcast in English via on-board speakers. Choose from a 1...

    Goes/stops at most important locations in Darwin. We got off at Cullen Bay, had breakfast and a bit of a walk around, the rejoined the bus. Bus was on time.

  • Darwin: Royal Flying Doctors Service Entry Ticket

    3. Darwin: Royal Flying Doctors Service Entry Ticket

    The Royal Flying Doctor Service Darwin Tourist Facility provides an insight into the history of the Royal Flying Doctor Service and the Bombing of Darwin Harbour. This exciting development at Stokes Hill Wharf brings to life 2 quintessential Australian stories. The 1st story is the Royal Flying Doctor Service, affectionately known throughout Australia as the RFDS. Founded by the Reverend John Flynn, it began its aeromedical operations in the Northern Territory in 1939. The 2nd story featured is the Bombing of Darwin Harbour on 19th February 1942. The bombing of the harbor brought destruction to the city of Darwin. Many of the experiences and stories of what happened that day are told through state of the art technology. Take a self-guided tour of the exhibition, knowing that the staff members are always available to assist as required. When you arrive, a staff member will provide an out...

    The tour included not only the history of the RFDS, but also the bombing of Darwin in 1942. Hologram presentations and virtual reality experiences really brought the exhibitions to life and complemented the static displays. It was fun to actually sit in a plane formerly used by the RFDS and listen to recordings of real-life conversations between medical and flight staff as a patient was transported to hospital. I enjoyed my visit very much and thought it was great value for money.

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The tour included not only the history of the RFDS, but also the bombing of Darwin in 1942. Hologram presentations and virtual reality experiences really brought the exhibitions to life and complemented the static displays. It was fun to actually sit in a plane formerly used by the RFDS and listen to recordings of real-life conversations between medical and flight staff as a patient was transported to hospital. I enjoyed my visit very much and thought it was great value for money.

Goes/stops at most important locations in Darwin. We got off at Cullen Bay, had breakfast and a bit of a walk around, the rejoined the bus. Bus was on time.

Great way to see the sights of Darwin, you get a feel for where you want to revisit and you become familiar with the place . Recommended.

The crew was very pleasant and approachable and the captain had great sense of humour

This tour was better than I expected…also had a ferry ride over to Mandorah