You’re travelling Australia. Your journey has taken you north, and now you’re wandering Darwin looking for something arty, sporty, foodie, quirky, musical, mainstream or waaaay off the beaten track. You’ll be needing our guide to what’s on in Darwin this September then…

Indo Pacific Marine Darwin
Indo Pacific Marine is a unique exhibition which promotes their man-made onshore marine ecosystems, highlighting the exclusive features of the coral reefs. Indo Pacific Marine is the longest established marine visitor education facility in the Northern Territory.

This exhibition is distinctive because it is a land based living marine education centre where each system is totally self supporting. There is no feeding, filtration or water changing carried out and visitors, regardless of their age or health, are able to experience, learn and marvel, under expert guidance and in full safety with guided tours during the day or night time.

When: 10am – 4pm
Where: Opposite Darwin Convention Centre, Stokes Hill Road, Darwin
Cost: See their website

Indo Pacific Marine


100% Kylie in Concert
100% KYLIE’ extraordinarily recreates the look and sound of the ‘Princess of Pop’, astonishing international audiences with jaw dropping replica costumes, phenomenal dancers and outstanding renditions of Kylie’s biggest hits in an exciting grand stage spectacular!

Over the past 13 years, ‘100% KYLIE’ has become one of the most exciting and frequently booked entertainment acts performing over 800 concerts in 15 countries such as Spain, China, UAE, Singapore, Macau, New Zealand, and more.

If you want to book your tickets whilst visiting Darwin please visit here.

When: 25th September
Where: Darwin Entertainment Centre, 93 Mitchell Street, Darwin
Cost: $54.00 to $59.00

100% Kylie


Crocodylus Park
Crocodylus Park is THE place to come face to face with the world’s largest reptiles. Over 30 years of experience in crocodile research and conservation, Crocodylus Park plays host to over a 1,000 crocodiles from 30cm hatchlings to enormous adult crocs at almost 5m long and weighing more than half a ton.

Go to the crocodile feeding tours at 10.00am, 12.00noon, 2.00pm and 3.30pm and you may have a chance at feeding one of the big guys and the chance to hold a baby crocodile. Their huge array of other wildlife, including big cats, primates, birds and reptiles, ensure the crocodiles don’t steal all of the limelight.

If you want to book your tickets whilst visiting Darwin please visit here.

When: Daily 9.00am to 5.00pm
Where: 815 McMillans Road, Berrimah, Darwin
Cost: Adults: $40.00, Seniors: $30.00, Children (3 to 15): $20.00, Children under 3: FREE

Crocodylus Park in Darwin


Darwin Wave Lagoon
Catch a wave at Darwin’s coolest Waterfront attraction: the Wave Pool. Here, a palm-fringed swimming pool turns into a tube-riding, boogie-boarding bucket of fun when the siren signals the start of the swell. It is giggles galore in 20 minute bursts as the waves send inflatable tubes bobbing about and boogie boards riding the crests. The swell is gentle enough that there’s little danger of wiping out (and there are no surfboards allowed) but there are red-and-yellow-clad surf lifeguards at the side-lines to keep everyone safe.

In a lull, relax on banana lounges under enormous beach umbrellas, or spread out on the lawn in the shade. There are wading pools and fountains to keep wannabe grommets entertained, and a kiosk to keep the whole family in supply of ice-creams and drinks. Purchase half- or full-day tickets for the Wave Lagoon at the kiosk at the rear of the complex, where you’ll also find toilets, change rooms and lockers.

If you want to book your tickets whilst visiting Darwin please visit here.

When: Daily 10.00am to 6.00pm
Where: 7 Kitchener Driver, Darwin
Cost: Adults: $7.00, Seniors: $5.00, Children (under 15): $5.00, Children under 2: FREE

Darwin Wave Lagoon

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