Get up close and personal with the Adelaide River’s wild saltwater crocs with Spectacular Crocodile Cruises.
Tangle with plus size barramundi, threadfin salmon, mangrove jack and more in Darwin’s local waters with an experienced local guide putting you right on the action.
Elsey National Park conjures up romantic images of wide-open planes and real life outback. Surprisingly, it’s located just 115km to the east of Katherine and well within range of a weekend sojourn out of Darwin.
The Tree Point Conservation Area is almost within snatch strap swinging distance of Darwin, and is a great spot for locals or interstate visitors to get out of town for a day, chill out and wet a line.
Perhaps the Territory’s most well known attraction, Kakadu National Park is an international tourism destination in its own right and a national treasure on the doorstep of all Darwinians.
Deep immersion therapy amongst the ancient, aching wilderness of the East MacDonnell Ranges.