The Best Bachelor Party Planners in Darwin
In between sinking beers, wrestling crocs and snapping sunset pics, we’re sure you’ll have a bit of extra time on your hands. Don’t worry, we won’t leave you twiddling your thumbs in your hotel room. Our specialist party planners will create an itinerary that keeps you entertained the whole time.
We’ve done the hard yards and rounded up the greatest “Things to Do” list you’ll ever find. There’s everything from cheeky and freaky to chilled and thrilled. We’ll organise everything so that you can rock up, kick back and party hard.
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Why have your bucks party in Darwin
One thing Darwin does have in common with it’s more frequented sibling cities, is it’s peninsula location. Situated on the coast, it is naturally glazed with ample beaches and swimming bays. One of the most popular is Mindil Beach. Being a west-facing cove, the wide sandy stretch is the perfect place to park up your deck chair during the day and ready yourself for a front-row seat to a dreamy sunset.
After the sun has dipped behind the horizon, it’s your time to fest. Every Thursday and Sunday, the boardwalk along the beach bustles with a smorgasbord of mouthwatering delights. Being just a hop skip and a jump from Asia means you can expect a wide and authentic range of cuisines.
It may have transformed from being just a hard-drinking region in the 1990s into a booming town today, but that doesn’t mean Darwin’s nightlife is lacking. To party like the locals do, you can’t go past the Green Ant Gin. Traditionally favoured by Indigenous societies for their medicinal benefits and protein content, green ants display vibrant flavours of lime and coriander.
This unique bush tucker is hand harvested in the NT, but don’t have too many because you’ll want to be able to run in a straight line when you come face-to-face with a croc! If spicy ant cocktails aren’t tickling your fancy, there’s enough beer, cider, wine and spirit options to tantalise your tastebuds too.
We weren’t joking when you said you might have a run in with a croc. Smack bang in the middle of town you’ll find the Crocosaurus Cove, where you can get close and personal with the largest reptile to roam the earth – a saltwater croc.
If you’re feeling extra brave (or you lost the odds game with your mates), strip down to your budgie smugglers, breath deep and make a splash in the Cage of Death. Don’t forget to bring your GoPro because this is some gramwrothy content that will definitely win you some street cred and maybe a few free beers in the pub for years to come.