Cruise to Darwin

Cliffs along the Kimberley Coast

Darwin Cruises: Your guide to sailing the Top End of Australia

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Frequently asked questions

Highlights include the Darwin Harbour, nearby national parks, coastal attractions and locations of historical significance.

The peak season is from May to September where you can soak up the ideal weather that comes with the dry season.

Yes, many cruises offer activities and excursions suitable for children.

Most cruises include meals, with an emphasis on Australian and tropical cuisines.

Yes, the waters around Darwin are home to dolphins, sea turtles, crocodiles and various fish species.

Cruises can range from short harbour tours to extended multi-day adventures.

Yes, many cruises offer Indigenous music, dance, and cultural experiences.

Casual attire, sun protection, and insect repellent are essentials. Depending on your itinerary, comfortable walking shoes may also be a good shout.

Yes, some cruises focus on wildlife watching, fishing, or Indigenous cultural experiences.

Darwin is well-connected by air, and the city's port is centrally located with easy access via public transport and private transfers.

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