Cruises to Darwin

Fort Hill Wharf, Darwin

Docking at Fort Hill Wharf, cruises to Darwin arrive just a few kilometres from the centre of the city with shuttle buses available to take you into town for a small fee. Renowned for its spectacular natural beauty, Darwin enjoys a relaxed lifestyle that is unique to this iconic Australian destination. The gateway to the Top End, cruises to Darwin often stop in this cosmopolitan city on their way to and from a variety of Australian and international destinations. Unlike the dusty red earth of the Northern Territory, Darwin is a small but lively modern city. Offering a laid back charm that's unique to Darwin, join the relaxed lifestyle, explore the wharf precinct, visit historical landmarks, tour the harbour or head to the city for a change of pace.

Cruises to Darwin

Indonesian Explorer
14 Nights on Pacific Dawn Departing Brisbane: 4th Feb 2017
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Australia Product
31 Nights on Norwegian Star Departing Sydney: 6th Feb 2017
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Australia Top End
16 Nights on Radiance of the Seas Departing Sydney: 9th Feb 2017
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Auckland to Singapore
19 Nights on Norwegian Star Departing Auckland: 18th Feb 2017
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Australia Product (AKL/DBX)
37 Nights on Norwegian Star Departing Auckland: 18th Feb 2017
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Brisbane to Singapore
11 Nights on Legend of the Seas Departing Brisbane: 20th Feb 2017
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Reefs & Jungles
14 Nights on Ovation of the Seas Departing Sydney: 20th Feb 2017
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Australia & Asia from Brisbane
13 Nights on Norwegian Star Departing Brisbane: 24th Feb 2017
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Darwin City At Night

Darwin is a unique destination best known for its incredible natural attractions, however there are plenty of other things to see and do including museums, galleries, historical landmarks, iconic markets and nature-based activities. No visit to Darwin would be complete without experiencing the distinctive local Indigenous culture either.

Soak up some history at the Northern Territory Museum of Arts and Sciences and explore the ancient Aboriginal art exhibits and artefacts as well as strange seafaring vessels. Don’t forget to stop and say hello to Sweetheart the stuffed crocodile. Situated inside an old prison which was operational from 1883 to 1979, the Fannie Bay Gaol Museum offers informative displays on the city’s development. For a different side of Darwin, explore the nation’s war history at the East Point Reserve Military Museum and discover artillery items and authentic bunkers from years past.

Visit the Territory Wildlife Park for an in-depth insight into tropical Australia’s diversity including the opportunity to get up close and personal to local crocodiles. Seeing these prehistoric creatures in their natural habitat is nothing short of amazing so join a Jumping Crocodiles Cruise if you dare.

Of course you can’t visit Darwin without taking the time to step outside the city and explore the breathtaking natural environment. There are a number of national parks right on the city’s doorstep and Litchfield National Park is perhaps the most popular. Famous for its monsoonal rainforests and cascading waterfalls, the scenery is awe-inspiring and will make you realise just how majestic Mother Nature really is.

Fort Hill Wharf, Darwin

Arrivals & Departures

Fort Hill Wharf

Kitchener Dr, Darwin

Distance from City: 2kms (5mins)
Distance from Airport: 15km (20mins)
Taxi Fare Estimate: $25 - $35 one way, cruise terminal to airport