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Come on up!  It's looking lush and we're open for business.
02 December 2022

Come on up! It's looking lush and we're open for business.

What a bumper year it's been and it's not over yet!  This is the time of year that Top End locals cherish.  The raw energy of the storms rolling through, the thumping rain squalls, and Darwin's balmy heat all make for a stunning, lush landscape.  On land the fluorescent greens are intercepted…

Harbour cruise brings history to life:  By Tim Richards
20 April 2022

Harbour cruise brings history to life: By Tim Richards

When War Came to Australia."People looked up and saw 188 aircraft coming in over the mangroves," says Rob Johnson, our guide aboard the Bombing of Darwin Cruise.As the name of the cruise suggests, those planes weren't friendly. On February 19, 1942, the Japanese military carried out a bombing raid…

Was it 64 or was it 46?
25 January 2022

Was it 64 or was it 46?

Darwin is a city defined by war, and as we move closer to the 80th Anniversary of the Bombing of Darwin, we reflect on the sunken ships in Darwin Harbour, and the lives lost on 19 February 1942.  The photo above of the Neptuna and Barossa on fire, is taken from the wonderful resource that Library and…

Vernon Islands Reef Walk and Snorkel
23 November 2021

Vernon Islands Reef Walk and Snorkel

We were expecting a big tide, and a big tide it was.  Partnering with The Northern Territory branch of the Australian Marine Science Association and The Northern Territory Field Naturalists' Club, we hosted a big day out to the Vernon Islands for a Guided Reef Walk and/or Blue Holes snorkel.  We…

Tropical Light: Troppo Bite - Twilight Cruise + Dinner Voucher
18 October 2021

Tropical Light: Troppo Bite - Twilight Cruise + Dinner Voucher

Do you love extraordinary!Just add water + a taste of South East Asia for your tropical light, troppo bite experience. Start your Tropical Light appetizer with mother nature’s best free light show and the bite of a complimentary Saltie Gin. This is Tropical light, Troppo bite unplugged, a short sunset…

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