Darwin Tourist

Outside working hours, I’ve been doing a few tourist things during my stay in Darwin, including a sunset cruise and a trip to Litchfield National Park.

On Tuesday, Kate and I went on a sunset cruise around Darwin Harbour. As there’s quite a few to choose from, I did some research, and settled on a cruise with “Sail Darwin”, on a small vessell, with lots of food, and despite the absolutely realistic promise of unlimited champagne, we kept ourselves nice. Good food. Good customer service. Relaxing and very enjoyable.

Sunset Cruise

Sunset Cruise

Champagne James

Champagne James

Cruising Kate

Cruising Kate

Harbour Cruise

Harbour Cruise

Yesterday, I went on a tour of Litchfield National Park, about ninety minutes south of Darwin. I went on a group tour with about twenty others, with “Wayoutback Australian Safaris”. The $99 round trip (about ten hours) included the bus, lunch, and tour guide, was good value. Waterfalls, termite mounts, a couple of quirky little cafe/road stops, and lots and lots of swimming. Overall, a wonderful experience.

Florence Falls

Florence Falls

Termite Mount in Litchfield Park

Termite Mound in Litchfield Park

Florence Falls in Litchfield Park
Litchfield Park 2018

Litchfield Park 2018

Relaxing at Buley in Litchfield Park

Relaxing at Buley in Litchfield Park

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