The Seven Hottest Sites in Darwin

by NT Rugby

Darwin is one of Australia’s greatest gems.

Nestled at the top of the Northern Territory the place is packed with adventure.

So once the action wraps up on the field be sure to check out some of the hottest action off the field.

Face the crocs

The first pitstop is Crocosaurus Cove.

Here you can experience the ‘Cage of Death’ and come within centimetres from the giant creatures.

The cove is located at 58 Mitchell Street, Darwin and tickets start at $36 for an adult.

Learn more here.

Ride the waves 

Escape the heat at the Wave Lagoon.

Join the locals in a giant floatie and ride the waves while enjoying epic views.  

The lagoon is located at Kitchener Drive, Darwin and a one off ticket for an adult costs $7.

Learn more here. 

Watch a film under the stars

There’s few places in the world you can watch a film in tropical paradise.

So grab yourself a seat and get lost in the magic at Deckchair Cinema.

The cinema is located on Jervois Road, Darwin and tickets for adults start at $16.

Learn more here. 

Cruise with the crocs

Take a ride on the wild side with Spectacular Crocodile Cruises.

Spend one hour cruising the Darwin rivers and witness true croc action.

The tour kicks off in central Darwin and tickets for adults start at $45.

Learn more here.

Cool off

From waterfalls to creek walks there’s something for everyone at Litchfield National Park.

The park is located just over an hour from Darwin and entry is free.

Learn more here. 

Go back in time

Learn about the Northern Territory’s spectacular history at the Museum and Art Gallery.

The building is located at 19 Conacher Street, Darwin and entry is free.

Learn more here. 

Soak in an outdoor bath

The Tjuwaliyn (Douglas) Hot Springs are a big drawcard for tourists.

The park is located a 45 minute drive from Darwin and entry is free.  

Learn more here. 

 

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