Cheap Bus Hire in Darwin
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- We offer affordable 8 – 48 Seat bus hire with a driver in Darwin
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We provide reliable transport for groups of any size all over Australia and our Darwin based office is here to offer you a national service at local prices.
Whether you need to book a bus for a single journey or a long term contract, contact our friendly team today and see how we can help.
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Things to do in Darwin
Darwin is the largest city in the sparsely populated Northern Territory of Australia. With only 136,000 people it is both the smallest and most northern of the Australian Capital cities. The Darwin area has a long and interesting history dating back thousands of years and is now a vital city for Australia given its proximity to South East Asia.
There are only two seasons in Darwin, wet and dry though they could accurately be described as “hot with rain” and “hot without rain”, despite this it is a great place to visit with many things to see and do.
Darwin also acts as a gateway to Kakadu National Park. Native Australians have occupied Kakadu continuously for atleast 40,000 years and it is renowned for the richness of its Aboriginal cultural sights. It is also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Besides being known for its cultural significance Kakadu is also home to some of the most diverse wildlife in the world and some of the most spectacular scenery including a huge number of waterfalls that overflow during rainy season.
There are 117 different types of reptiles in the park, ranging from the iconic frill-necked lizard to the giant saltwater crocodiles there is a reptile to meet everyone’s needs.
In a national park half the size of Switzerland, you may need more than a day to explore, but day passes can be had for as little as $25.
If you don’t want to come face to face with a saltwater croc, you can opt for a more air conditioned way to take in the native culture at the Museum and Art Gallery of Northern Territory.
The gallery has many diverse exhibitions such as Exit Art by year 12 school leavers and a display by Winsome Jobling. Jobling is a Darwin based artist who harvests plants from across the top end of Australia transforming them into complex imagery.
The museum will provide you with an enlightening day out at little expense and if it is on one of Darwin’s hot days you appreciate being able to stroll in the air conditioning.
After a hot day of chasing crocodiles and appreciating art you will want to relax for a bite to eat. With views over the water the Darwin Trailer Boat Club has some of the best food/view combinations in town. Try the Slow Braised Beef Cheeks in red wine sauce, it melts in your mouth.
Being so close to South East Asia, Darwin has many influences from that region and if you are after something with a more exotic taste you can’t do much better than the Vietnamese Saigon Star restaurant on Smith street. It may not have the views of the Boat Club, but for traditional taste of Vietnam you cannot go wrong, the handmade spring rolls are the best this side of the Mekong.
Darwin, the city with ancient predators and diverse wildlife, an ancient culture and modern Vietnamese influences that can be experienced on a budget…..it should be on everyone’s must visit list.
Make your trip even more enjoyable by booking cheap bus hire to experience all that Darwin has to offer.