Tour Tub first started providing tours of Darwin in 1985. Experience the rich culture and history with Darwin’s longest operating family run tour company.
Today you will see the Tiwi community with your local Tiwi guide. You will be met at the ferry landing, where you will wander up to Tiwi Design for a traditional welcome ceremony and morning tea of damper and a cuppa.
Litchfield National Park contains several types of typical Top End habitats including lush monsoon forests, termite mounds, unusual rock formations, waterfalls and cascades.
See the best parts of Litchfield National Park during this one day tour. Walk up to the giant termite mounds, view the breathtaking scenery and catch a glimpse of the local wildlife. Everyone comes to Darwin wanting to see the big crocodiles, here’s your chance.
Travel across Adelaide River and Marrakai Plains and deep into Kakadu National Park. Take a guided walk to view ancient Aboriginal rock art at Nourlangie Rock. After lunch join the Yellow Water Billabong cruise to observe saltwater crocodiles and the colourful range of bird life for which this region is renowned.
Kakadu National Park is a landscape of exceptional beauty and diversity. Teeming with wildlife in the water, on the land and in the air, there are many species which provide a diversity and concentration seen nowhere else.
Relax on the Yellow Water Billabong Wildlife Cruise, be amazed by ancient rock art at Ubirr and Nourlangie and travel by 4WD into Arnhem Land and the Mikinj Valley. You will learn about traditional land ownership, bush skills, and ‘bush tucker’.
Just 60km from Darwin lies the Adelaide River, home to over 1600 crocodiles and the location of the famous Jumping Crocodiles. Join this tour in the afternoon and travel down the Stuart Highway to Adelaide River, enjoying commentary about the outskirts of Darwin along the way.
Onboard the Darwin Explorer you can experience the celebrated scenery, landmarks and attractions of Darwin. Don’t miss a thing from the open upper deck.
Make your way to Stokes Hill Wharf and join the Dinner Cruise aboard the Charles Darwin. It’s a great way to take in the view of the famous Darwin sunset whilst enjoying a delicious Territory style buffet.
Join an afternoon City Sights tour for a comprehensive introduction to Darwin, with expert commentary by a local guide. See the lush Botanic Gardens and the Chinese Temple, which was re-built after it was totally demolished by Cyclone Tracy in 1974.
Darwin was devastated and Australia seriously threatened by the Japanese bombings in World War II.
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