After a year’s worth of lockdowns, the city of Darwin over at Northern Territory is ready to bounce back! The Royal Darwin Show is a week-long agricultural celebration of all the best of Darwin—from entertaining pavilions to exciting local exhibitors! Don’t miss out on this week-long celebration, and make your way to the Darwin Showgrounds and Exhibition Centre on July 22.
As they celebrate the event’s 70th anniversary, Darwin invites travelers to ‘Experience the Best of the Territory.’ And while you can get the full Darwin experience at the event, you can always squeeze in a few more adventures while you’re there! If you want to double up on the Darwin fun, here are extra-memorable experiences you can take after enjoying the Royal Darwin Show:
Enter The Cage of Death
No trip to Darwin is complete without experiencing its exotic wildlife first-hand. Put your courage to the test and enter the den of Australia’s biggest predator! Get up close and personal with a gigantic saltwater croc through a transparent cylindrical cage to keep you safe throughout the plunge. Go solo if you’re one brave daredevil, or bring a friend along on this wild experience. Don’t forget to immortalize the experience with a picture or two, and secure the title of Bravest Buddy of your friend group!
Go Camping With Style
Darwin’s wet and exotic lands make for a great nature experience, and the folks here have made it even better! Get a unique combination of wild and glam with this Overnight Glamping Safari Experience in Darwin! Start with the finer trips, like a visit to the luxurious Berry Springs Nature Park, then don’t miss out on the thrilling 10-minute helicopter ride for a spectacular birds-eye view of the area! After a day full of activities, wind down at the luxurious tents with indoor amenities, such as private showers and double beds.
Tour Around Darwin’s Nature Spots
If you can get down and dirty, here are tours you can take to enjoy Darwin’s best nature spots. Immerse yourself in history and a breathtaking natural landscape through the Arnhem Land Day Tour, and learn about the area’s Aboriginal culture and the Yolngu people as told by the tour’s Aboriginal guide. Or, Embark on the Northern Australia Day Tour to visit the Litchfield National Park and Florence Falls. And, if you’re up for a challenge, take the Australia Kakadu National Park Day Tour to hike around Australia’s largest national park and visit its lowland hills and lush forests.
As we draw closer to the start of the Royal Darwin Show, make sure you’ve got your Darwin trip plans sorted out! Check out these fun activities and add a couple more to your itinerary. Book your tickets now on KKday to enjoy special deals and exclusive offers!
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