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Top 4 things to do in Darwin

Katherine Outback Experience
#1
Katherine Outback Experience
Owned by multiple Golden Guitar winner Tom Curtain and his wife Annabel, Katherine Outback Experience provides an engaging, entertaining and educational look into life on an Outback farm – it's a memory that will stay with you for years to come. From saddling a young horse or riding it for the first time, to training working dogs of all ages & personalities, this is life on an Outback farm. It is real, raw, and every show is unique and different from the last. Katherine Outback Experience celebrates the Northern Territory’s unique farming history and culture through real horse-starting and working dog demonstrations, live music and storytelling.
RFDS Darwin Tourist Facility
#2
RFDS Darwin Tourist Facility
Get ready for an amazing experience that will take you into the past at the RFDS Darwin Tourist Facility. There are immersive exhibits (including the chance to climb inside a plane), plus the opportunity to travel through time using a VR headset. One moment you'll be in present-day Darwin, the next you'll be in a city under siege as Japanese planes fly overhead in 1942.
Crocosaurus Cove
#3
Crocosaurus Cove
Crocosaurus Cove is the wildest attraction in Darwin. Grab your Croc Cove tickets to experience the Cage of Death, which allows you to swim at close quarters with these powerful creatures, as well as an enormous reptile house, feeding opportunities, and a 200,000-litre aquarium.
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
#4
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
A visit to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is so much more than an opportunity to take photos. Named after two of its most incredible sites – the sandstone giant that is Uluru, and the domed red formation of Kata Tjuta – Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is a national treasure. There are endless ways to enjoy the awe-inspiring biodiversity and natural architecture of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Take in spellbinding sunrises and sunsets. Join guided tours by foot, bike or even Segway. There's cultural education to be had where you can learn about the park's place within the culture of the Aṉangu people, as well as birdwatching, ancient rock art excursions, and much more.

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