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21 Nov, 2023, 11:46 am


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Darwin’s multiculturalism, natural beauty, and Aboriginal heritage make it a captivating place for team adventures. Explore Kakadu National Park and learn about Indigenous culture. For thrills galore, head to the Wave Lagoon or see crocodiles up close in a secure and safe setting at Crocosaurus Cove. Alternatively, you can take a chilled-out sunset cruise or explore Darwin Waterfront. You will find there is something for everyone in Darwin.

Our Team Trips packages have something for everyone. You can choose any activity and build your own package – the options are endless. To ensure you experience the best Darwin Team Trip, we have compiled a list of the top Darwin attractions you should do.


Make a Splash at the Wave Lagoon

Splash at the Wave Lagoon Darwin
One of the most beloved attractions in Darwin is the Wave Lagoon. Located on the hugely popular Darwin Waterfront, this cool attraction is a bucket-load of fun. It features a palm-fringed swimming pool that allows people to tube-ride and boogie-board when the waves roll in every 20 minutes. How cool is that? Fully patrolled, the lagoon is two metres at its deepest point and slopes to a shallow area of still water. There are banana lounges, beach umbrellas, shady patches of lawn to relax on, and grab refreshments at the café.


See Crocodiles Up Close at Crocosaurus Cove

Crocosaurus Cove - Team Trips Activity
If you’ve ever wanted to see crocodiles up close in a secure and safe setting, visiting Crocosaurus Cove is a must. Your group will view massive saltwater crocodiles and crocodile hatchlings. It’s also home to the world’s largest display of Australian reptiles and the famous Cage of Death – the only cage that brings you face-to-face with some of the largest Saltwater Crocodiles in captivity. You’ll also have the chance to ‘Swim with the Crocs’ in a safe environment – now that’s a picture you want to capture! There’s also a turtle enclosure, ensuring a day of fun at this interactive reptile park.


Explore Kakadu National Park

Crocosaurus Cove - Team Trips Activity
Learn more about Indigenous culture at the Kakadu National Park, an enormous, biodiverse nature reserve. It’s a living cultural landscape, home to Aboriginal people for over 50,000 years. The Park’s extensive rock art sites date back thousands of years, with terrain encompassing wetlands, rivers, and sandstone escarpments. It’s home to 2,000 plant species and wildlife, from saltwater crocodiles and flatback turtles to birds. You’ll see Aboriginal rock paintings dating to prehistoric times, and it’s an interesting and eye-opening day out for your group.

Enjoy a Sunset 3-Hour Cruise

Darwin Sunset Group Cruise
If you’re looking for the perfect evening adventure, kick back onboard a 50-foot luxury catamaran and let your evening of relaxation and tropical beauty begin. The sunset tour is the perfect way to unwind after a long day. Against the backdrop of stunning views of Darwin Harbour, your group will enjoy a 7-course Tapas dinner and barbeque dinner. It’s a great way to end the day and spend time with your team.

Visit the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory
The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory features exhibitions carefully curated from the best travelling exhibitions from around Australia. Set in a scenic location on Larrakia Country at Bullocky Point in Darwin, you’ll also enjoy permanent exhibition highlights such as Cyclone Tracy, Natural History and Sweetheart, a famous croc. After viewing the exhibitions, enjoy a meal at the picturesque Saltwater Cafe overlooking the sea.

Spend time at Darwin Waterfront

Darwin Waterfront
You can’t visit Cairns without experiencing the best of its tropical lifestyle with lush parklands at Darwin Waterfront. You’ll experience Darwin’s multicultural and vibrant community with a year-round program of activities, festivals and events, and dine on fantastic cuisine from around the world. Why not stop at Stokes Hill Wharf, a favourite fishing spot, where you can delve into some delicious fish and chips?


There’s so much to do in beautiful Darwin. You can visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service Darwin Tourist Facility or hit Mindil Beach Markets, home to 200 unique stalls, ranging from incredible local and international cuisine to an array of arts, crafts and services stalls. Leanyer Recreation Park is also fun for water enthusiasts, with swimming areas and a water playground. For an excellent bonding day with your team, head to Berry Springs Nature Park – a favourite tourist spot where you can enjoy a refreshing swim and a BBQ. The Team Trips crew are always available to help you with professional and expert information about your group trip. We’re with you every step along the way to ensure the seamless planning of the trip you’ve long dreamed of.


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