In addition to being a modern tropical capital, Darwin is situated on a harbor twice the size of Sydney's. Board your chartered vessel and then sit back and relax while commentary is offered.
You’ll learn of Darwin’s unique history including the historical bombing in 1942 which sank 12 ships in the harbor. The harbor has huge tidal movements of up to 26 feet and the only 4 gate, salt-water loch in Australia. Once you have traveled through the loch and emerged into the harbor, you'll see Larrakeyah, the Naval Patrol boat base and Doctors Gully, home to a popular and unusual local attraction, made so by the hundreds of fish that come to shore at high tide to be fed by hand.
As you pass Darwin's Esplanade, you’ll be able to see your
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Note: The vessel used on the tour has both air-conditioned and non-air conditioned areas. Shoes with non-slip soles are recommended as well as a sun hat, sunglasses and sunscreen.
Tours with this activity level involve walking over relatively level terrain, possibly some cobblestone, gravel, or a few steps. Comfortable shoes are recommended.