Things to do in Northern Territory
Skip the Line: Alice Springs School of the Air Guided Tour Ticket
Let our tour guide take you on a virtual journey around "World's Largest Classroom" covering an area of 1.3 million square. Watch a film on the history of School of the Air, experience a live or pre-recorded lesson as it is broadcast from our studio here in Alice Springs. Spend as much time as you like reading historical clippings and watching video clips of our many celebrity visitors.
Delightful Darwin Self-Guided Audio Tour
Indulge your sense of adventure and fun and treat your tastebuds and in the Northern Territory’s tropical capital city. From the WWII history and sparkling harbour to the city's tropical outdoor lifestyle and Asian-influenced food, Darwin is unmissable. Perfectly suited for discovery on foot, our self-guided audio tour allows you to set the pace and explore at your leisure as you uncover the stories of this exciting city. To discover this fascinating city in your own time and at your own pace just download this self-guided audio tour, pop in your headphones, open the map that comes with your download and start walking. On this tour your will learn about Darwin's original development, the devastation brought by wars and cyclones and the redevelopment to its current state. The tour will take approximately two hours, but you can pause the audio guide when needed. Grab a bite to eat or do some shopping along the way. Please note that this tour is only available in English.
Royal Flying Doctor Service Tourist Facility: Two Iconic Territory Stories
Two Iconic Territory Stories in One Iconic Location One started Territory operations in 1939, the other, occurred in 1942 as an act of aggression unparalleled on Australian soil. Both forged the resolve and resilience of the people who live in Australia's Northern Territory. The first iconic story is the Royal Flying Doctor Service, affectionately known throughout Australia as the RFDS. Founded by the Reverend John Flynn, it began its aero medical operations in the Northern Territory in 1939. The second iconic story featured is the Bombing of Darwin on 19th February 1942. The bombing of the harbour brought destruction to the city of Darwin, and many of the experiences and stories of what happened that day. This facility sits on the iconic location of Stokes Hill Wharf which was bombed during the raid on 19th February 1942.
Cutta Cutta Caves Nature Park Guided Tours
**NOTE: Enclosed shoes must be worn for this tour or you will be turned away** Delve 15 metres below the surface to discover amazing limestone caves in the heart of Australia’s Top End. Formed millions of years ago, the Cutta Cutta Caves system is home to a variety of native wildlife and is rich in Indigenous culture and modern European history. You will need to travel 27km south of the Katherine Township, heading south on the Stuart Hwy. Tropical cave systems like those in Cutta Cutta Caves Nature Park are limited in Australia and are therefore of scientific and conservation interest and are the primary season the area has been declared an official Nature Park.
Uluru Audio Guide Rental
Uluru Audio Guide has over one hundred facts and stories about history, geology, flora and fauna and local Indigenous culture. This allows you to learn more and explore like a local. The device uses incredible GPS technology to ensure it's fun, informative and easy to use. The device will use your location to share relevant stories, it'll point out what's around you, making sure you are informed and leave with a greater understanding of Uluru and the region. It's like having a tour guide in your pocket.
Alice Springs Desert Park Nocturnal Tour
Alice Springs Desert Park is where the stories of the desert come alive. Showcasing the animals, people and plants of the Red Centre. The Nocturnal Tour lets you get up close to rare and endangered animals of the desert during a night spotlighting tour with a local guide.
Alice Springs Walking Tours
Alice Springs Walking Tours give visitors a unique insight into this famous town. The friendly, local tour guides give you an interesting, funny and fascinating perspective into the history, culture and heritage of "A Town Like Alice"
Alice Springs Desert Park General Entry Ticket
An inspiring portrayal of Australia’s central desert environments that effortlessly blends the plants, animals and people of the arid regions within one, extraordinary tourism and conservation facility. This major tourist attraction is as distinctive as the Australian desert itself - a truly unique experience that continues to captivate and educate travelers from every corner of the globe. There’s much more to deserts than meets the eye and visitors to the Park are astonished by the life and beauty they discover on their journey.
Darwin Harbour Sightseeing Cruise
Take in the highlights of Darwin Harbour aboard a spacious catamaran. Cruise by Bicentennial Park, Lameroo Beach, Stokes Hill Wharf, Larakeyah Barracks and more. Live commentary provides insight on Darwin, important sites for the Aboriginal Larrakia people, the extensive damage suffered during World War II air raids and the devastation caused by Cyclone Tracy. Plenty of photo ops and great views await from the open sundeck or the air-conditioned cabin.
Tiraspol, Transnistria must-see tour - available online livestream version too
I do postcards with my drawings and budget tours to top attractions and hidden gems of Transnistria. Honestly, I can’t make Maldives of my country, because it is not Maldives. But i can make an unforgettable journey through all contrasts of what it really is - beautiful panoramas and impressive soviet lost places, curious history and nowadays life in the country that doesn't exist, combining classic walk with forays for true explorers and adventurers. Now I started virtual tour, it is a teaser, a sneak peek, but I made it as close to real tours as possible. Everything can be customized, there is no Stalinism, we will decide where to go and what to talk about along the way. Default route is 2 hours, I will show my favorite bits of Tiraspol and Bendery, first part - city, second part - urbex. You can use smartphone or notebook web-browser, and write your questions and comments in chat in same window. There will be jaw-down abandoned USSR places where I never took real tours before.
Darwin Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour
Tour Darwin at your own pace with a 24-hour or 48-hour hop-on hop-off pass. See fabulous views from the open-top double-decker bus and get on and off at 10 convenient stops, including Crocosaurus Cove, the waterfront precinct and Fort Hill Wharf. Stay as long as you like at the attractions of your choice, then hop on board to travel from sight to sight. Or stay on the bus to enjoy full 60-minute and 90-minute tours around Darwin, while listening to an entertaining on-board commentary.
Darwin Shore Excursion: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour
See the sights at your own pace when your cruise ship docks in Darwin, with your choice of a 24-hour or 48-hour hop-on hop-off pass. Conveniently departing from the cruise ship terminal at Fort Hill Wharf, your hop-on hop-off tour stops at 11 locations around Darwin, including Crocosaurus Cove, the waterfront precinct and Military Museum. Enjoy panoramic views from the open-top double-decker bus, and listen to an entertaining on-board commentary and design your own shore excursion itinerary.
Darwin Harbour Bombing of Darwin Cruise
Departing from Stokes Hill Wharf at 11am, this 1-hour Bombing of Darwin cruise takes in significant WWII sites on Darwin Harbour and modern day front-line activities. With real time commentary by a local guide, this cruise offers a maritime perspective on one of Australia's most significant war time events.
1-Hour Darwin Harbour Highlights Cruise
Departing from Stokes Hill Wharf at 1pm this Sea Darwin adventure cruise takes in the history, habitat and intrigue of Darwin Harbour. Travelling on a state of the art boat between sites of interest, this cruise cover the highlights of Darwin Harbour with real time commentary by a local guide.
Walk the Darwin Botanic Gardens
Exploring George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens with a local guide who knows its significance to Darwin, its history and where to find its notable plants along with the flowers and birdlife, provides a totally different experience than if you walk these picturesque gardens on your own.
Darwin Walking Tour: World War II Reflections
Thursday. 19 February, 1942. World War II reaches mainland Australia and the northern city of Darwin is bombed. Join your knowledgeable local guide who will take you back to that WWII era on a 2-hour walk through the historic quarter of the city.
Darwin Heritage Walk
Explore the city with a local on this 2-hour walk and enjoy a local’s perspective whilst getting a sense of how the city of Darwin has developed to blend the past with today’s modern multicultural vibe. There are many hidden treasures to discover along the way.
Half Hour Group Horse Riding Experience
There is no better way to experience the Northern Terriotry outback than from the back of a horse! Our amazing Team of horses are all bred and trained to muster cattle. We have hand-picked the best horses for our experiences including Australian Stock Horses and Quarter Horses. Many of our horses have been part of Mustering Teams or are our Outback Show and Campdraft Competition Horses. This is an activity the whole family can enjoy with no prior riding experience required. We do have a minimum age limit of 3 years old and weight restriction of 120kg. We encourage guests to complete the digital Risk Waiver and Medical Form prior to arriving so our Team can review accordingly prior to your experience and to maximise the time in which you are mounted on the horse.
Darwin Harbour Sunset Cruise
Your sunset cruise aboard the 'Charles Darwin' takes in the beautiful Darwin Harbour in full air-conditioned comfort. You will have access to the Sun Deck (Third, top deck) where the best views of Darwin’s famous sunset are experienced. This 2.5-hour cruise includes great commentary on the harbor and Darwin’s great history. You have the option to include a buffet dinner and there is a licensed bar on board with great priced drinks and snacks to enjoy.
Karrke Aboriginal Cultural Experience
We are an established Aboriginal owned and operated business. Our Aboriginal cultural experience provides a unique insight into one of Australia's oldest living cultures on earth. Our tour has a variety of areas showcasing our native bush foods, wooden artifacts as used by Aboriginal men and women of the region, bush medicines and a lot more. If you are looking for a friendly, authentic and informative Aboriginal cultural experience then let us take you on that journey.