Hop On Hop Off Darwin Bus Tours

Darwin offers a captivating immersive experience because to its fascinating cultural past, breathtaking natural surroundings, and distinctive species. The spectacular natural beauties that surround Darwin serve as a testament to the area's unadulterated beauty. Discover the well-known Kakadu National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and take in the plentiful animals, ancient rock art, and tumbling waterfalls there.
Hop On to the Double Decker Hop On Hop Off buses at Darwin to travel comfortably. Relish the lush green botanical gardens of Darwin, exotic markets of Mindil Beach and other best sites of the Australia’s Gateway to Northern territory. Tourists can also enjoy watching saltwater crocodiles at Crocosaurus Cove, Stokes Hill Wharf and much more exciting tourist attractions. Get to know the interesting history of Darwin at Military Museum. Relax at the wide waterfront and also visit the nearby museums and art galleries. The street foods of Darwin is a savor for the foodies travelling around the city. Darwin, situated on Timor Sea gives tourists an eye pleasing experience. Leave the hustle of city sightseeing to us and just capture the beautiful moments you spend in Darwin.
Hop On Hop Off Darwin Bus Tours are planned in such a way that allows you to cherish your trip with the near and dear ones. Tourists can learn about the historic and cultural relevance of this place through our digital audio guide on board. Our tour route map gives a clear picture about the whole city sightseeing. Hop On Hop Off buses are sanitised regularly and are safe to travel with family and friends. Book your tickets now to avail best deal for your trip.
Darwin Attractions
  • Litchfield National Park: The national park is full of wildlife and bird life that cannot be seen anywhere else in the world! After exploring the park, take a drive down to Mindil Beach Markets at sunset for some local color and delicious food.
  • Crocodylus Park: It is one of the few places in Australia where visitors can get up close with crocs! Plus it is a great spot for rock climbing, kayaking, quad biking, fishing, or horse riding.
  • Cavenagh Street Jetty: This is where you will find some amazing views of Darwin Harbor and it's only minutes from downtown.
  • Visit Cullen Bay: This suburb on Darwins shores is known for its luxurious waterfront mansions and trendy restaurants. Some of the most popular attractions in Cullen Bay include bars such as The Deck Lounge and Cheeky Monkeys Bar & Restaurant. If you want to enjoy an evening stroll around this beautiful suburb then head over to Bicheno Boulevard or Scenic Point Reserve.
  • Visit the Museum and Art Gallery of NT: The museum is a must visit spot if you are interested in art and culture. It has a cultural centre, history centre, space centre, and region gallery that showcases Aboriginal artworks. You should also make time to visit Darwin Regional Gallery which houses many exhibitions including local history exhibitions, Watercolour Gallery and the artspace that features contemporary artworks by local artists. The gallery also has an auditorium for screenings, lectures, talks or public performances.
  • Take a dip at Mindil Beach Markets: Located at Mindil Beach Reserve on Bath Street, this market is open all year long with stallholders who sell handcrafts from around Australia as well as food stalls serving up.
  • Nightcliff Shopping Centre: Here you will find many different shops including restaurants, stores, coffee shops and a supermarket. At night there are many different events such as live music performances and fashion shows.
  • Casuarina Shopping Centre: This shopping centre features fashion boutiques as well as supermarkets and cafes. It has an undercover car park to make it safer for shoppers at night.
  • Palmerston Shopping Centre: this shopping centre has more than 100 specialty stores including clothing boutiques, jewellery stores, shoe stores and beauty salons. There is also a food court with lots of dining options including McDonald's, KFC and Subway outlets.
Best Time To Visit Darwin
The climate in Darwin is tropical, with rainfall evenly distributed throughout the year. It can either be hot and humid or cool and dry in Darwin depending on the time of the year you decide to visit. Darwin has a wet season from December to March which is usually not so good for outdoor activities but perfect for catching sight of beautiful rainbows.
In contrast, the dry season from April to November has pleasant temperatures, making it a better time for outdoor activities such as swimming and water sports.