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Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours
#1 of 20 Nature & Parks in Darwin
Leanyer Recreation Park
#2 of 20 Nature & Parks in Darwin
Northern Territory has outdone itself with all the free water parks, Leanyer is definately my favourite, I was able to enjoy the slides with my grandsons.
Free for all Great water park paid for by DARWIN RATEPAYERS - Thankyou Swimming lagoon was fun as was the water kids play area & slides.
Berry Springs Nature Park
#3 of 20 Nature & Parks in Darwin
... swimming & relaxing, picnic benches and BBQ areas, always lovely and clean and well maintained, with a small kiosk for essentials, right across from a great tavern selling great family food & the wildlife park!
forget to climb above the small waterfall to the blue rockpools, warm water, gorgeous forest and blissful nature....the cafe has delish frozen local mangoes on a stick, and you can purchase goggles(lots of interes...
East Point Reserve
#4 of 20 Nature & Parks in Darwin
By far the best beach area in Darwin, great spot to either walk the beach or laze under the tree's in the park area whilst the kids play.
Barbecues in the car parks right on the beach with beautiful views across Fannie Bay to Darwin city.
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Mindil Beach
#5 of 20 Nature & Parks in Darwin
Awesome to watch sun go down in the west foreshore was full of tourists watching this spectacular display courtesy of Mother Nature
Fantastic location to check out different arty crafty, clothing stalls etc, but get in early for a car park and to find a grassy spot to listen to and enjoy the various music.
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Bicentennial Park
#6 of 20 Nature & Parks in Darwin
Spent plenty of valuable time walking this magnificent Bicentennial Park area during mornings, afternoons and evenings whilst on our beautiful NT ( Top End ) holiday...Pleasant walk and gorgeous place to view abso...
The park is perfect for a walk, so sit and relax or to see the gorgeous coastline and water!
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Crocosaurus Cove
#7 of 20 Nature & Parks in Darwin
$35 admission for an adult - awesome visit! the park staff are ultra friendly and gave fantastically informative and interesting facts about crocs and reptiles.
We thought this park was great, the knowledge by our guide on crocodiles was amazing, The cruise around the man made island was also interesting.
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Howard Springs Nature Park
#8 of 20 Nature & Parks in Darwin
We spent a bit of time at the Howard Springs Nature Park recently, walking around the 2km path and enjoying the sights like the waterfalls and the pond full of giant barramundi and turtles.
This place is beautiful, take a walk along the designated nature trails, (bring the mozzie spray tho), walk slowly and take a good look around, nature abounds, skinks,orb spiders, beautiful pieces of wood, rocks,...
George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens
#9 of 20 Nature & Parks in Darwin
It was pleasurable taking the tracks and as early childhood teachers we enjoyed seeing families with children enjoying their time getting back to nature and letting the children roam free through the gardens.
Excellent Park
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Crocodylus Park
#10 of 20 Nature & Parks in Darwin
Amazing , very educational and entertaining at the same time , the emoloyees are helpful and friendly and it was such a great atmosphere I highly recommend visiting crocodylus park !!
Entry was $55 including a billabong croc cruise at $9. It's a small park but we spent the whole day there as there are lots of activities we could partake in: croc feeding, baby croc handling, snake handling and o...
#11 of 20 Nature & Parks in Darwin
There are few experiences where Kids and Big Kids alike can be so close to nature where they can actually touch and play with animals in their own environment safely and in a fun and interactive way.
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Casuarina Coastal Reserve
#12 of 20 Nature & Parks in Darwin
The bird life is amazing & we spent hours exploring the area both on foot & driving between the car parks.
Casuarina beach offers a unique opportunity to enjoy nature, the natural way.
Lake Alexander
#13 of 20 Nature & Parks in Darwin
Lovely park lands surround this lake where you can go swimming, canoeing, paddle boards etc. BBQ facilities and great playground for the youngsters.
Its a place to see very beautiful and relaxing it is the beach is near to you as well east point reserve park so if you go there you will hit so many attention
Indo Pacific Marine
#14 of 20 Nature & Parks in Darwin
Charles Darwin National Park
#15 of 20 Nature & Parks in Darwin
If you're in Darwin, let's come and ask Conservation Volunteering in Australia for an volunteering opportuniy inside the National Park.
Even though many roads were closed due to early rains, we thoroughly enjoyed the park.
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The Cascades
#16 of 20 Nature & Parks in Darwin
This was the most difficult bit of water to get to in the National park, but it was certainly worth it, but don't follow the signage at the front!
Manton Dam
#17 of 20 Nature & Parks in Darwin
Beautiful Place to see Nature
Holmes Jungle Nature Park
#18 of 20 Nature & Parks in Darwin
Lameroo Beach
#19 of 20 Nature & Parks in Darwin
Barranyi National Park
#20 of 20 Nature & Parks in Darwin