Darwin Gourmet Tours
About Darwin Gourmet Tours
Your experienced and knowledgeable local guide will treat you to the best of Darwin’s food scene.
Join us for lunch or dinner on an escorted 3.5 hour easy walking tour, or for a 2-hour Snack Stroll & Art tour. For lunch and dinner we visit 3 of the city’s most award-winning restaurants, chefs and staff will present at least 12 tasting plates (degustation) with an emphasis on local produce and Aboriginal bush foods. Northern Territory delicacies can include buffalo, bush spices, barramundi, crocodile, prawns, gold band snapper, and fresh tropical fruit and vegetables. We cater for dietary preferences including vegetarian, pescatarian, gluten-free, allergy-related and others. Coffee, tea and standard soft drinks are included.
During the short walk we’ll also show you cultural and historic landmarks and Darwin’s vibrant street artworks. Download the free ‘Darwin Street Art’ app for Apple or Android devices to see cool, futuristic augmented reality art that seems to jump off the walls and come to life. Your guide also carries an iPad if you want to view it on a larger screen.
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A strong emphasis on fresh local ingredients and Aboriginal culinary influences will delight the most seasoned gourmand. From traditional bush spices, to fresh seafood, to locally-grown tropical fruits and vegetables, Darwin Gourmet Tours offer up the best of the Northern Territory on a plate. During your 3.5-hour tour, your guide will walk you between nearby restaurants, where chefs or staff will serve you degustation (tasting) plates and talk about their food. There’s lots to eat including vegetarian and gluten-free dishes. The tour itineraries change throughout the week—now that’s keeping it fresh.
They'll take you to a selection of Darwin’s finest restaurants and enjoy a variety of tasting plates for a lunch feast like no other. Chefs or other staff will chat about their food and their strong emphasis on fresh local produce as well as the culinary influences of ingredients like Aboriginal bush spices. Your guide will escort you between restaurants and point out cultural and artistic landmarks along the way and tell my more about Darwin’s rich multicultural society and its culinary influences. And there’s lots to eat - vegetarian and gluten-free dishes are available throughout. Coffee, tea, and soft drinks are included. Includes a look at Darwin's fabulous street art featuring augmented reality.
Drinks not included.
Your experienced guide talks about Aboriginal and WWII history, architecture and contemporary society.
See Darwin's fabulous street art with augmented reality that makes artworks seem to jump off the walls and come to life.. An informative look at Darwin's history and growth, nibble on locally-sourced treats at three eateries, local produce and food culture, short, easy walk, and see Darwin's street art come to life with futuristic technology.