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From the sparkling harbour and WWII history to the city's Asian-influenced food and tropical outdoor lifestyle, Darwin is an adventurers' paradise!

Treat your tastebuds and indulge your sense of fun and adventure in the Territory's tropical capital city. Darwin is world famous for its fabulous food, colourful outdoor markets and a diverse bag of adventure activities. 


Crocosaurus Cove

Want to explore the Conference's Gala Dinner venue more? Maybe even try the iconic 'Cage of Death'?

Enter the interactive world of Crocosaurus Cove. In the Heart of Darwin's tourist precinct come and see some of the largest Northern Territory Saltwater Crocodiles in captivity.

They have the largest display of Australian reptiles in the world, a two storey fresh water aquarium, a turtle sanctuary, Aboriginal Culture displays as well as a comprehensive displays of crocodilians from other parts of the world.

Opening Hours: 7 days, 9:00am - 6:00pm

Book Online here for special prices.



Deckchair Cinemas

Interested in spending an evening under the stars at Darwin's premier outdoor cinema?

The Deckchair Cinemas is the place to be. Enjoy a drink at their fully licensed kiosk or feast your taste buds on a hot meal.

The Deckchair Cinema is operated by the Darwin Film Society, established in 1954, to give Darwin audiences access to movies that would otherwise go unseen on the big screen. Being Darwin's only independent cinema our program is a diverse range of Australian, popular, family, foreign and classic films. 

Opening Hours: 7 nights a week, doors open at 6:30pm (just in time to view Darwin's beautiful sunset), the movie commences at 7:30pm

Book online here.

Aboriginal Bush Traders

Want to experience some of Darwin's culture?

Located next to the scenic Esplanade and within the historical Lyon's Cottage, the Aboriginal Bush Traders is a fantastic place to explore a touch of Indigenous and European culture.

Enjoy 10% off with your Darwin Welcomes Delegates special privelage card. For more retail specials please click here.

George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens

Fascinated by Darwin's tropical landscape? Or interested in finding a beautiful place to walk?

The Botanic Gardens is the perfect place to explore! The Gardens were established 130 years ago and have survived numerous cyclones and the direct effects of World War Two. The site extends inland from the sea to a plateau providing a range of planting environments and is one of a few botanic gardens in the world which has marine and estuarine plants naturally in its grounds.

The 42 hectares of Botanic Gardens, with free wi fi in selected areas, are about 2 km north of the Darwin Business District. The lower entrance of Gardens Road features the water fountain, floral displays, the Wesleyan Church (soon to be Eva’s Cafe), playground, barbecues and toilets. The top Geranium Street car park and entrance leads to the Orientation Centre and leads to the only complete collection of Territory Cycads, a Desert Rose display and a brilliant Boab tree collection. 

Opening Hours: 7 days a week, 7:00am - 7:00pm


Airborne Solutions Darwin Helicopter Tours

Want to explore more of Darwin and its surrounds?

Try exploring in their air. Helicopter tours give delegates ultimate access to complete a day trip to Litchfield National Park or even Kakadu National Park in the wet season. Fly over the flowing waterfalls and take in the scenic red landscape of Darwin and it surrounds.

For special delegate prices please click here.