Darwin is arguably Australia’s most cosmopolitan city, boasting a population made up of people from more than 60 nationalities and 70 different ethnic backgrounds. The city’s multicultural mix is particularly highlighted by its many exciting ethnic cultural festivals and weekly food and craft markets. Enjoy Darwin’s balmy weather and eclectic food and culture at outdoor festivals, waterfront restaurants, tropical parklands and art precincts.  Get a taste of Darwin at Mindil Beach Markets, sail Darwin Harbour and trace the region’s dramatic history at museums. Darwin is gateway to Litchfield National Park, the Tiwi Islands, Kakadu and Arnhem Land as well as cross-continent journeys like the Ghan, Explorers Highway and Savannah Way.


  • Accommodation for 3 nights in double occupancy
  • Return airport transfers
  • Visits as per itinerary
  • 1 lunch

Not included: International/domestic flights and airport taxes • Gratuities to hotel personnel, guides and drivers • Optional excursions • Beverages unless noted in the itinerary



After arriving in Darwin and being transferred to your hotel, the rest of the day is at leisure.
Accommodation: Darwin for 3 nights



At 8.00am join your coach to commence a morning Frontline Australia WWII tour. Learn about Australian history and the bombing of Darwin during World War II on 19th February 1942, which were the largest attacks ever mounted by a foreign power against Australia. Visit the sites that were hit by Japanese air raids in Darwin and journey to Charles Darwin National Park to discover historic bunkers and ammunition storages. Enjoy a cruise on Darwin Harbor, then explore the Military Precinct at East Point, visit the Darwin Military Museum and view the Catalina Flying Boat Base. Tour concludes at approximately 12.00noon, at which time hotel drop offs will commence.



It’s an early start this morning to travel down ‘the Track’ (Stuart Highway), heading to the amazing Nitmiluk National Park and Katherine Gorge. Your Driver Guide will keep you entertained along the way with stories about Australia’s longest highway and the history of the region. Continue to the Adelaide River War Memorial where you’ll have time to stroll around the memorial. Dedicated to the many men and women who lost their lives in the north of Australia during WWII, this is a beautiful memorial, surrounded by lush gardens and native plants. Afterwards, stop for morning tea (own expense). Continue into the amazing Nitmiluk National Park. Previously known as Katherine Gorge National Park, this park spans more than 292,000 hectares. With rugged landscapes, thundering waterfalls and unlimited flora and fauna, Nitmiluk is a haven for adventurers and nature lovers alike. The name ‘Nitmiluk’, meaning ‘Cicada Place’, came from the Jawoyn people who are the traditional custodians of the park. The landscape at Nitmiluk National Park changes dramatically through the wet and dry seasons, but whatever the time of year, Leliyn (Edith Falls) always has refreshing water to enjoy. If the conditions are right, you can take a swim in the waterhole beneath the falls, among the paper bark and pandanus trees. The spirit and culture of the Aboriginal people is ever-present at Nitmiluk. Throughout the park you’ll see original Aboriginal rock art that expresses in images this very deep spiritual culture. Lunch will be served in the lush and shaded outdoor setting of the Nitmiluk Visitor Centre.
A key highlight of your day will be the Katherine Gorge cruise in a stunning network of thirteen gorges carved from billion year old sandstone that are home to many rapids and falls flowing from the Katherine River. The two hour cruise will put you at the heart of Katherine Gorge among freshwater crocodiles, wonderful bird life. After your cruise, take some time to browse through the Nitmiluk Visitor Centre. The Display Centre and Heritage Museum features large scale models illustrating the flora, fauna and rock formations of the Park. (L)



Time to bid farewell to Darwin as you are transferred to the airport or rail station for your onward travel arrangements.

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