We lost a day there in travel time on the boat due to issues with passenger illness. We just did the city walk around which was no big deal. They push you to buy bus tickets to get to the city center which takes about 10 minutes to drive but fail to tell you if you walk off the boat and go to the right, you can actually walk to the fun stuff in 5 minutes. I would not do a bus there unless your trying to get somewhere far away.
Should just drop the River Eco Cruise part of the Territory Wildlife Park and Eco Cruise tour. The Wildlife Park was fun.
Visited: Nov 17, 2015
Amazing place, a must is the flying Doctor and WW2 exhibits, we were blown away with the virtual reality exhibit. It's just near the ship berth. A must!!
Visited: Nov 19, 2017
Lots of parks and nice walks.
Visited: Feb 21, 2014
Not much to see there. We hired a car and did our own thing
Visited: Mar 22, 2018
Hired a car and drove around.
Visited: Jul 16, 2017
This was a great stop over as we had learnt on the ship from a lecture each day about the bombing of Darwin in the second world war so we went to the museum which was wonderful darling was a lovely City very small but lovely people
Visited: Feb 20, 2017
Take a hop on off bus to military musuem, an amazing place with fee wifi in cafe.
Visited: Oct 24, 2013
SEE THE JUMPING CROCS
Visited: Feb 26, 2015
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