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Darwin: VIP Crocosaurus Cove Experience

1. Darwin: VIP Crocosaurus Cove Experience

Meet your experienced handlers at the start of your 1.5-hour tour. From there, be led through the park whilst hearing the animals’ stories and being supervised throughout your encounters with these unique reptiles. At your first stop, learn how to feed a 5-meter-long crocodile, feeling the true power of its bite. Then, feed the feisty juvenile crocs from the "Fishing for Crocs" platform, followed by some one-on-one time with a baby crocodile. Later, finish the tour with an intimate walk through the reptile house, safely interacting with the park's snakes and lizards.

Darwin: Royal Flying Doctors Service Entry Ticket

2. Darwin: Royal Flying Doctors Service Entry Ticket

The Royal Flying Doctor Service Darwin Tourist Facility provides an insight into the history of the Royal Flying Doctor Service and the Bombing of Darwin Harbour. This exciting development at Stokes Hill Wharf brings to life 2 quintessential Australian stories. The 1st story is the Royal Flying Doctor Service, affectionately known throughout Australia as the RFDS. Founded by the Reverend John Flynn, it began its aeromedical operations in the Northern Territory in 1939. The 2nd story featured is the Bombing of Darwin Harbour on 19th February 1942. The bombing of the harbor brought destruction to the city of Darwin. Many of the experiences and stories of what happened that day are told through state of the art technology. Take a self-guided tour of the exhibition, knowing that the staff members are always available to assist as required. When you arrive, a staff member will provide an outline of the facility, explain the timings for the holographic cinema sessions and the Window of the 1942 bombing platform. Enjoy a range of interactive and VR experiences that bring history to life. Learn about the heroes and survivors who experienced the raids. Admire a decommissioned RFDS Pilatus PC-12 that allows visitors to experience a fully equipped aeromedical plane.

Darwin: Crocosaurus Cove and RFDS Entry

3. Darwin: Crocosaurus Cove and RFDS Entry

Make the most of your time in Darwin and see two of the city’s best attractions with just one pass. Enjoy full-day entry to Crocosaurus Cove, which showcases the world’s largest display of Australian reptiles, including the iconic saltwater crocodile. Watch one or more of the Crocosaurus Cove's nine daily shows and learn about the Northern Territory’s wildlife through fascinating encounters with the reptiles. Later, discover the heroic tales of the Royal Flying Doctors Service and learn about the history and work of the service’s pilots, engineers, doctors, and nurses, as well as the experiences of the patients. You'll also relive the drama of the 1942 Bombing of Darwin Harbor, and experience the event through the wonder of modern technology.

Darwin: City Sights and Jumping Crocodile Cruise

4. Darwin: City Sights and Jumping Crocodile Cruise

Join a sightseeing tour in the morning for the perfect introduction to the city of Darwin, with expert commentary from a local guide. See the lush Botanic Gardens, the Chinese Temple, and discover the other historic sites of the city including the Darwin Aviation Museum. Explore the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, which features a vast collection of Aboriginal art, visual arts, and exhibits on the Northern Territory's history. After the tour, you will be dropped off in the city center for a 45-minute break and opportunity to have lunch. In the afternoon, head 60 kilometers outside of Darwin to the Adelaide River, home to over 1,600 Crocodiles and the famous "Jumping Crocodiles." Embark on a river cruise and be amazed as these awesome creatures launch themselves out of the water. See these prehistoric creatures at close range. Afterwards, visit the Wetlands Visitor Centre for a spectacular view over the Marrakai Plains. Then, make your way to the Fogg Dam Nature Reserve to experience a wetland ecosystem up close, followed by a journey back to Darwin.

Darwin: Guided Gourmet Food and Street Art Walking Tour

5. Darwin: Guided Gourmet Food and Street Art Walking Tour

Let your taste buds explore the rich culinary heritage of Darwin on a guided gourmet dinner tour. Taste local ingredients and Aboriginal bush foods, guaranteed to give a great introduction to any foodie. As you walk, admire the unbelievable street art, with detailed portraits and colorful murals. Sample from a roster of restaurants that rotate between top spots and see cultural and historic landmarks. As you take in Darwin’s fabulous street art, experience the augmented reality that brings the artwork to life. As for the menu, try at least 12 different types of dishes that are only sourced by local distributors and feature Aboriginal bush foods. Some dishes included are: • Paperbark-smoked barramundi with roasted bush tomato salsa and local beer damper bruschetta • Gin-cured Spanish mackerel, radish, herbs, grapefruit, mango vinaigrette • Buffalo carpaccio with river mint salsa verde, pickled Spanish onion and taro • Slow cooked pork belly with charred leak, saffron infused pear with a chilli ginger Kakadu plum caramel, topped with wattle seed and peanut crumble • Green papaya salad • Berber spiced kangaroo with tomato jam • Whole chargrilled gold band snapper with cashew sauce • Barramundi fillets in turmeric, lemongrass, fresh curry leaves, coconut • Char grilled beef in local betel leaf • Garlic mango prawn beetroot salad • Salt and pepper marinated crocodile • Garlic kai lan • Native pepperberry loaf with saltbush spiced dukkah • Kangaroo fillet, lemon myrtle, beetroot relish, yogurt mousse and dukkah crumb • Chargrilled NT banana prawns • Eggplant with a sweet and sour dressing • Black rice brulee, pandan-infused custard with black rice, brown sugar crumble and sesame meringue • Mango vanilla bean cheesecake, rosella and strawberry gum coulis, toasted coconut Enjoy an amazing time of great food, culture, and art.

Darwin: Crocosaurus Cove Entry & Hop-on-Hop-Off Bus Tour

6. Darwin: Crocosaurus Cove Entry & Hop-on-Hop-Off Bus Tour

Enjoy 2 premier attractions in Darwin with the Croc Explorer pass. Benefit from full-day admission to Crocosaurus Cove and explore the rest of the city by hop-on hop-off bus with a ticket valid for 24 hours.  Crocosaurus Cove Discoer Crocosaurus Cove, located in the heart of Darwin city, which showcases the world’s largest display of Australian reptiles, including the iconic saltwater crocodile. Attend any of the 9 reptile shows daily, and learn all about the Northern Territory’s incredible wildlife through meaningful, voluntary encounters with the reptiles under the supervision of trained and passionate professionals. Darwin Big Bus Hop-on Hop-off Tour: Experience the celebrated scenery, landmarks, and attractions of Darwin. Don’t miss a thing on an open-top double-decker bus tour of the city. Learn more about local landmarks and history with informative and entertaining commentary. Hop-off at attractions such as the George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens, the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, or Stokes Hill Wharf.

Darwin: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus, Crocosaurus Cove and RFDS Entry

7. Darwin: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus, Crocosaurus Cove and RFDS Entry

Make the most of your time in Darwin and enjoy entry to two of the city’s best attractions, as well as a 24 hour pass for the city’s popular sightseeing bus. Tour around Darwin from the comfort of a double decker bus and see a selection of the city’s most iconic landmarks. Benefit from the freedom to hop-on or off at your own leisure and get a closer look at the sights that interest you most. Enjoy full-day entry to Crocosaurus Cove, which showcases the world’s largest display of Australian reptiles, including the iconic saltwater crocodile. Watch one or more of the Crocosaurus Cove's nine daily shows and learn about the Northern Territory’s wildlife through fascinating encounters with the reptiles. Later, discover the heroic tales of the Royal Flying Doctors Service and learn about the history and work of the service’s pilots, engineers, doctors, and nurses, as well as the experiences of the patients. Relive the drama of the 1942 Bombing of Darwin Harbor, and experience the event through the wonder of modern technology.

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Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 6 reviews

The tour included not only the history of the RFDS, but also the bombing of Darwin in 1942. Hologram presentations and virtual reality experiences really brought the exhibitions to life and complemented the static displays. It was fun to actually sit in a plane formerly used by the RFDS and listen to recordings of real-life conversations between medical and flight staff as a patient was transported to hospital. I enjoyed my visit very much and thought it was great value for money.

really enjoyable but needs to be longer or split over two days not enough time at each spot the guide was great very informative learnt a lot

Very well presented. I felt the plane, pilot and patient experience was well done

VIP tour was excellent, kids loved it! Guides very friendly