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Tropical Light

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Beat other boats to the jumping crocodiles on this early morning adventure. Marvel as saltwater crocs, which can grow up to 17 feet (5 meters), leap from the water to catch meat your guide dangles from the boat. Then explore Litchfield National Park. See termite mounds and swim in three croc-free zones—Wangi Falls, Buley Rockhole, and Florence Falls. Tour includes lunch, snacks, water, and transfers from many Darwin locations.
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DEP3 wrote a review Jan 2020
Binghamton, New York266 contributions78 helpful votes
Bruce Munro's outdoor installation covers about a mile, and comprises about 8 illuminated sculptures. You guide yourself by following signs on the pavement -- kind of like a treasure hunt. We overnighted on a cruise, so returned to Darwin at night to see this spectacular exhibit. Fiber optics create magical opportunities to take your breath away. Other artists' works are part of the fun. Tropical Light runs through April, I think, so if you happen to be in Darwin or the area, don't miss this -- definitely a must see.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Schuncki81 wrote a review Nov 2019
Perth, Australia9 contributions5 helpful votes
The exhibition is a great way to explore the city at your own pace, especially the waterfront area. There are plenty of restaurants around if you fancy a nice meal whilst watching some of the art installations. Make sure you download the free audio guide app.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Anne O wrote a review Nov 2019
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Flew over from Cairns to check out Darwin's graffiti art and Tropical Light. Loved both. All very easy to walk around. You must download the Tropical Light app but also download the Darwin Street Art Festival free app. The Street Art app shows where all graffiti art is located plus a surprise - augmented reality. If you can get up to Darwin during Tropical Light. Well worth the visit. Don't let the heat put you off.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Alice wrote a review Nov 2019
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I took both my children and parents (3 generations) on this tour one night after dinner at the Darwin Waterfront. We started at Civic Park and finished back down at the Waterfront. It was loved by all and so interesting to hear the story behind each installation via the audio tour (downloadable app). Each installation is quite different and such a great way to experience Darwin at night.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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DanzNT wrote a review Nov 2019
Darwin, Australia42 contributions4 helpful votes
We walked this trail after dinner at the Waterfront just as it got dark. Make sure you download the app to hear the stories behind the light sculptures, artists and there is also a great overview of the various street art spots in Darwin.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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