Darwin Air, Helicopter & Balloon Tours
Darwin is wonderfully isolated from the rest of Australian development making it the prime starting point for a range of air tours. Escape the city in a hurry to explore the magnificent Kakadu National Park, see the vast desert meet the sea or go in search of crocs in the wetlands. With an air tour you’re truly in a position to appreciate the wonder of Australia’s beautiful landscapes.
6-Day Barunga Festival Expedition from Darwin including Kakadu Litchfield and Nitmiluk National Parks
Barunga Festival is one of Australia's premier Indigenous events. This is a memorable cultural immersion combined with an exploration of the renowned Kakadu, Litchfield and Nitmiluk National Parks. Cultural interaction, ancient rock art, hiking, swimming, spectacular waterfalls, wildlife and more!
See how the Second World War was experienced in Australia on a WWII historical tour of Darwin. This poignant tour highlights the memorials and sites of the war, explains the bombing of Darwin, and visits Darwin’s historic bases, museums and military precincts. You’ll also cruise the harbor to see the site of a wartime shipwreck and the modern-day navy base.
Fly from Darwin to spend the day with the traditional Tiwi people of Bathurst Island, one of the Tiwi Islands, a group of islands off the coast of the Northern Territory. You’ll see the famous Tiwi art and burial poles, witness a traditional smoking ceremony and drink billy tea with the locals. Take this rare opportunity to interact with a modern-day Aboriginal community, and gain unique insights into the complex cultural rituals of Australia’s Tiwi Islands. Lunch and flights are included!
Explore Australia’s Top End on a Northern Territory camping tour through Kakadu, Katherine Gorge and Litchfield national parks. This five-day excursion to the Top End’s three most popular national parks takes you hiking to waterfalls, swimming in rock pools and spotting crocodiles on a private wildlife cruise. Experience the Top End’s unique indigenous culture, spend evenings around the campfire and sleep under the stars at private campsites in a traditional Australian swag (bedroll) or a permanent safari tent. This small-group tour is limited to 16 people, ensuring a personalized experience with your guide, and operates seasonally from June to October.
Visit a traditional Aboriginal community on the Tiwi Islands, off the coast of Darwin. Accompanied by an indigenous guide, you'll visit a Tiwi museum, as well as learn about local history and Tiwi rituals. Share a traditional morning tea with Tiwi Islanders before taking an art workshop taught by Aboriginal artists. Tourism is limited on the island, making this a rare chance to visit this Aboriginal community that holds on tightly to its traditions.