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Every thing you want to know about planning a trip to
Darwin, Australia for a 4wd Darwin vacation and holiday this May
Things to do in Darwin
Darwin is the capital city of the Northern Territory the central
northern state of Australia. Getting around Darwin is relatively
easy with regular public buses or by a car. The Waterfront Precinct
Darwin is your first stop followed by a visit to Cullen Bay and
it's many eateries, from here suggest Nightcliff Foreshore and
Casuarina Coastal Reserve. Need some gear for your Darwin 4wd
rentals then visit BCF at Jape Homemaker Village or General Store
next to the Darwin Post Office or Casuarina Shopping Square.
Things to explore in Outer Darwin and the Greater Darwin
In the greater Darwin Region you have many one day tourist places
to visit Howards Springs Reserve, Berry Springs Nature Park, Territory
Wildlife Park, Manton Dam, Lake Bennett is a small artificial
freshwater lake located 80 km south of Darwin, Charles Darwin
Nature Reserve and many more place. From Darwin you can drive
to Dundee Beach, Mary River National Park or even Crab Claw Island
you need a 4wd rental to get there is 130 km from Darwin where
it becomes an island at very high tides only great, for a fishing
Take a trip to Kakadu National Park
Darwin is a beautiful tourist destination and gateway
to Kakadu National Park 3 hours away by driving, also Litchfield
National Park 90 minutes away, and Katherine Gorge 3 hours away.
Waterfalls within Kakadu require 4 wheel drive vehicles for access
and access is seasonal. The tourism of Darwin is seasonal and
every year from April to September thousands flock to Darwin to
explore the Kakadu National Park and the surrounding regions.
The weather in the top half of Northern Territory is divided into
the wet season (October to April) and dry season (May to September).
4wd drive into Jim Jim Falls and Gorge
In Kakadu most waterfalls such as Jim Jim Falls and Jim
Jim Gorge (accessed via a difficult 4WD track), where it cascades
more than 200m straight off the edge of the escarpment. Best time
to visit is during the early dry season (around very late June)
as soon as the road reopens. The Falls often stop flowing later
in the season and will certainly look less impressive but the
hike into Jim Jim Gorge and swim in the rock pool is worth the
Twin Falls a 4wd experience to remember
Twin Falls opens usually beginning of July or even some times
late June (accessed via a difficult 4WD track), and the other
falls earlier such as Graveside Gorge (accessed via a difficult
4WD track), Maguk Falls and Gorge (4WD track) and Gunlom Waterfall
and Rock pool (4WD track) and Koolpin Gorge (accessed via a difficult
4WD track). Some smaller rock holes and waterfalls are year round
such as Gubara Pools Walk and Motorcar Falls and Moline Rockhole
all accessed by a (4WD track) .
Litchfield National Park a day trip from Darwin
Litchfield National Park 1.5 hours away further down the Stuart
Highway is open year round though between Nov and April some roads
may be flooded and Florence Falls and Wangi Falls by be closed
Nitmiluk National Park | Katherine Gorge | Mataranka
332klm down the Stuart Highway is the world famous Katherine
Gorge in Nitmiluk National Park around 24klm from the town of
Katherine. North of Katherine township is Leliyn (Edith Falls)
is 40km north of Katherine along the Stuart Highway and further
one 101 klm south is Mataranka Hot Springs and Bitter Springs.
Kununurra, El Questro Wilderness Park, The Kimberley
and Bungle Bungles
From Katherine a day's drive away is Kununurra and El Questro Wilderness
Park and 2 day's day comfortable drive to the Bungle Bungles where
a 4wd is needed.
Cobourg Peninsula | Garig Gunak Barlu - Gurig National
Park - in Arnhem Land
Need to explore more then consider Cobourg Peninsula | Gurig National
Park off Arnhemland. Garig Gunak Barlu should be on every traveller's
list. It is at the very top of the Northern Territory (NT) and
accessed by travelling through Arnhem Land. It is a remote, rugged
area fringed with magnificent white beaches on the Cobourg Peninsula.
The jointly-managed national park is perfect for bushwalking,
bird watching, fishing, boating and photography.