Gain a good appreciation for Darwin's artistic community. Then, tap into Australia's wilder side. Ride through the city past Christchurch Cathedral and the Botanical Gardens on your way to the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. Tour exhibits featuring Aboriginal Art and work from the Oceania region. Head to Crocodylus Park, where things get a bit more primal. Watch as deadly saltwater crocodiles display their strength during an exciting feeding demonstration. It's beautiful in a beastly way. Some museum displays change and may not be available. Time at museums may not permit viewing of all exhibitions.
Enjoy a drive around Darwin and view some of the main sites in the city, including a visit to the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. Crocodylus Park will bring you face to face with the largest, most dangerous reptile on the planet; the mighty crocodile.
- Darwin: View city highlights and visit the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory.
- Crocodylus Park: Learn about the most dangerous reptile on the planet; the mighty crocodile.
View the highlights of Darwin as you ride through the city. You’ll see Christchurch Cathedral, Government House, Old Admiralty House, the Botanical Gardens and beautiful Fanny Bay.
At the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory you’ll discover an excellent collection of Aboriginal, South-East Asian and Oceanic Art. The permanent exhibition of major Australian fine art and Northern Territory natural science is very popular.
Your tour continues on to Crocodylus Park, famous for its crocodile research and conservation. Operated by wildlife research consultants, the complex explains the breeding, feeding and the natural habits of this awesome reptile. It is remarkable to witness the crocodiles literally leaping meters into the air when they feed. You can have a photo taken with a juvenile crocodile and the more adventurous guests can hold one. There will be time to visit the park’s big cats, primates, birds and other reptiles.
What to Bring:
-Your SeaPass card (provided onboard the ship) and photo identification
-Camera and Australian cash for shopping
-Sun protection and sunglasses
What to Wear:
-Comfortable walking shoes and light clothing are strongly recommended
-Some museum displays change and may not be available. Time at museums may not permit viewing of all exhibitions.