OVERVIEW: Take an informative, guided walking tour through Darwin. Learn about its history and culture as you discover and explore many of the city's landmarks.
HIGHLIGHTS: You'll see memorials dedicated those who served in World War II, aviation pioneers and the victims of 1974's Cyclone Tracey. You'll see historic buildings, monuments to European explorers, the Overland Telegraph Line, Bicentennial Park, Lameroo Beach and views of the harbor.
NOTES: Guests must be able to walk for 2 hours, approximately 4.8 km (3 mi), in high temperatures.
What better way to experience Darwin than by taking a guided walking tour. Explore the numerous landmarks and learn about the interesting history of the city.
-Darwin: Explore Darwin and learn about the city while visiting many of the monuments, memorials and historic sites.
Enjoy a leisurely two hour Heritage Walk around Darwin. Your experienced local guide will provide revealing commentary about the Northern Territory, Aboriginal culture and Darwin’s historic role and bombing during World War II. You'll discover unique sites and hear stories only a local would know.
Highlights of your walking tour include memorials dedicated those who served in World War II, aviation pioneers and the victims of 1974’s Cyclone Tracey. You’ll see historic buildings, monuments to European explorers, the Overland Telegraph Line, Bicentennial Park, Lameroo Beach and views of the harbor.
Following the tour guests may return to the ship with the guide or remain in the city and make the way back on their own.
What to Bring:
-Your SeaPass card (provided onboard the ship) and photo identification
-Camera and local currency for shopping
-Hat, sun protection, sunglasses and insect repellent
-An umbrella may be useful for the sun, rain or even as a makeshift walking stick.
What to Wear:
-Comfortable walking shoes and light clothing are strongly recommended
-The weather can be quite hot and humid.
-A small bottle of water is provided.
-Guests must be able to walk for 2 hours, approximately 4.8 km (3 mi) over even and uneven surfaces with some steps.
-Vehicles travel on the left hand side of the road in Australia and this must be remembered when crossing any roadway.
-The order of sights visited may vary and itinerary may be reversed.