Love great food?
We can help with that.
Enjoy a wide range of tasty exotic delicacies that are unique to Outback Australia. Your knowledgeable, experienced local guide takes you on an easy walking tour to 3 award-winning restaurants in 3.5 hours. Try over 12 gourmet tastes including Aboriginal bush foods and regional delicacies like buffalo, barramundi (fish), crocodile, banana prawns, gold band snapper, exotic tropical fruits and vegetables, native spices and more.
"A delicious and enjoyable gourmet dining experience."
Most of our tours feature Darwin's fabulous street art, which we see on our short walks between restaurants. Many of the art works feature augmented reality and we linger to marvel as the art leaps off the walls and comes to life. We'll also talk about Darwin's history and Indigenous and contemporary culture. We support the Darwin Street Art Festival, with thanks for many of the photos of artwork you'll see on our webpage, social media, and elsewhere.
3.5-Hour Gourmet Lunch & Art Tours
Discover Darwin’s best restaurants on a 3.5-hour easy walking tour. Savour a diverse range of tasting plates with lots to eat, presented by chefs or staff with an emphasis on local produce and Aboriginal bush foods. See cultural and historic landmarks and lots of fabulous street art with cool futuristic augmented reality.
3.5-Hour Gourmet Dinner & Art Tours
Explore the rich culinary heritage of Darwin on our guided tour. Tasting plates (degustation) feature local ingredients and Aboriginal bush foods to delight the most seasoned gourmand. These 3.5-hour easy walking tours stop at cultural and historic landmarks and feature augmented reality street art that jumps to life.
Makes a perfect gift. Recipients can book any available date for lunch or dinner tours. Good for three years.
Eat a Local
Australia's Northern Territory has a wide range of delicious and interesting produce, from tropical fruits and vegetables, to seafood, to exotic bush spices and more. The menu sample shown above is salt and pepper crocodile bao with Asian slaw and aoli at Snapper Rocks Restaurant. There are several crocodile farms up here, so we can tell you this croc was a local who was born and bred in the Northern Territory.