Ethical Adventures NT

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

Ethical Adventures offers premium small group public tours and bespoke private tours in Darwin.

Working with the landscape, environment and people, Ethical Adventures gives you the ultimate in friendly professional, interpretive touring and hiking in the Top End.

Tours from Darwin include and operate within:
• Darwin City
• Mary River
• Adelaide River
• Litchfield National Park
• Kakadu National Park
• Douglas Daly
• Arnhem Land

Options range from short Darwin city tours to full day adventures in the regions national parks as well as multi-day excursions to Kakadu National Park and Arnhem Land.

All experiences are characterized by flexible itineraries, fresh homemade snacks and refreshments as well as spacious air-conditioned touring vehicles.

The small group size (max 10) enables more time to spend with you individually, answering questions, telling stories or just relaxing with a minimum of impact on all aspects of the environment.

Hiking options include short strolls to trackless missions across the outback. Something for anyone with motivation.

It is Ethical Adventures’ objective to treat each guest as if they’re family, and in so doing satisfy our commitment to Fair Trade, Responsible & Sustainable Touring.


Service Types

Adventure and Outdoors Tours Cruises, Sailing and Water Tours Cultural and Theme Tours Food and Wine Tours Nature and wildlife Sightseeing Tours


Basic Moderate


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1943 - Winnellie Camp.

WWII Winnellie Camp

Hidden Valley, Darwin

Beautiful Dry Season Sunset

Kakadu Air Services Pty Ltd

Eaton, Darwin

B52 Bomber

Darwin Aviation Museum

Winnellie, Darwin

Singapore Pattern observation posts following conservation works in 2005.

WWII Observation Post, Sandy Creek

Brinkin, Darwin

Steam locomotive in the Qantas Hangar.

Sandfly NA1 Steam Locomotive


Entrance to Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

The Gardens, Darwin

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