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- We opened up our new bar! We are proud to announce the official opening of the Batji Bar. Located in our sister hostel Youthshack Backpackers, Batji Bar is just 2 minutes walk from Chillis and is a great place to chillout.
- Dry season is almost over! :( Which means things are going to start getting quiet as of November
- Chillis Backpackers goes to China for the tourism convention
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- 1 DAY LITCHFIELD AND JUMPING CROCODILES
Crocodiles and waterfalls! See massive saltwater crocodiles leap and feed on an Adelaide River cruise then explore Litchfield National Park. Cascading waterfalls, rainforests and swimming holes.
- 2 DAY KAKADU NOV - MAR
The ultimate outdoor adventure destination, Kakadu National Park is Australia’s largest National Park. World Heritage Listed for it’s natural and cultural values, take in rugged escarpments, lush wetlands, plunging gorges, waterfalls.
- 3 DAY KAKADU / LITCHFIELD NOV - MAR
Trek through the Top End of Australia on this 3 day adventure! Visit all the main attractions of Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks and take in rugged escarpments, lush wetlands, plunging gorges, waterfalls, wildlife.
- 3 DAY ULURU SAFARI
See the red centre icons without the price tag! Hike the ‘Valley of the Winds’ at Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), watch the colours of ‘The Rock’ change at sunset and sunrise, learn about Aboriginal Culture, explore Kings Canyon and swag under the stars.
- 8 Day Darwin To Alice Springs Tour
The Northern Territory is Australia’s real outback and home to the natural wonders of Kakadu and Uluru National Parks. This all inclusive tour will take you from the tropics of the Top End to the deserts of the Red Centre.
1 Day Litchfield Jumping Crocs Tour
Looking for a 1 day tour to Litchfield? This is definately the right one! Come with us and explore some of Litchfield National Parks treasures on this short but sweet day tour. Litchfield is close to Darwin and rather small, its perfect for a day trip. On this tour you'll spend the day doing a little bit of bush walking, relaxing in 3 different waterfalls and witness the world famous jumping crocodiles cruise.
Group Size: max 34
We Provide: Morning Tea/coffee, picnic lunch, drinking water and snacks, accommodation pickup.
You Bring: Hat, Towel, Bathers, comfortable shoes, sunscreen, insect repellent, water bottle, camera
Notes: Luggage limit is 10kg. Passengers are allowed to bring alcohol as long as there is no glass.
Pick up from your accommodation at 7am and meeting your group and tour guide!
Jumping Crocodile Cruise
Start the tour off with a boat cruise along the amazing Adelaide River teaming with birdlife and lots of salt water crocodiles! A small group enables you to get up close and personal while feeding these hungry monsters from the safety of the boat! A great way to start the day...
Wangi Falls is certainly one of the highlights for aquatic fun and is definitely a must see!It's the largest and most popular attractions in the park with its large waterfalls and swimming areas.
Here we do a bit of bush walking where visitors can view the waterfall from an over head lookout spot. There is not swimming here due to the rare and endangered cave bats that dwell near the famous falls. However, for nature lovers and people who enjoy bush trekking, this is a sure winner.
When you think of termites, one usually thinks of the little wood eating insects that stress house owners all over the world! However, nothing could be further from the truth when it comes down to the Magnetic and Cathedral Termites. These insects are famous in Litchfield for the incredible architectural feats in creating gigantic, dirt and grass structures that can grow as high as 5-6 meters.
Buley Rock Holes
Buley Rockhole is a series of rock holes that run from Florence Creek and cascades down a hillside. Great place to relax and swim.
Florence Falls will impress you with its large amount of flowing water and little rivers and a enormous swimming pool worthy of exploring! There are also bush tracks and look out for visitors to see.
Return to Darwin approx. 6:30pm