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Explore what is arguably Australia’s most courageous and resilient city on a narrated walk led by a local Darwin guide. Today the capital of the Northern Territory brims with a positive multicultural energy that’s felt along streets lined with both frontier architecture and cosmopolitan buildings. However, this wasn’t always the case. Learn about the historic Bombing of Darwin in World War II, when 242 Japanese aircraft attacked the town in two separate raids. Hear tales of Cyclone Tracy when sustained winds of 110 mph came ashore during the Christmas holidays of 1974, virtually leveling the city. As you stroll past remarkably restored buildings, including the Old Court House and Police Station, Browns Mart, and the Old Palmerston Town Hall, the pride and strength of Darwin’s locals is palpable. You’ll also pass the cosmopolitan landmarks of today that blend seamlessly with the city’s rugged past to create a truly unforgettable experience.
Embark on a two-hour walking tour that brings forth the resilient people and most difficult days of Darwin.
Learn about the devastating effects of WWII bombings and Cyclone Tracy, which came ashore on Christmas Eve of 1974.
Witness miraculously reconstructed historic buildings, including the Old Court House and Police Station.
What to BringShow
KeyCard and photo identification
What to WearShow
Hat and sunglasses
Guests in wheelchairs and those with limited mobility should not select this tour.
Location Darwin, Australia
Tour Code DN29
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