- Darwin has a warm and humid climate
- Located in the NT, Australia north
- Darwin has many great snorkelling spots
- Make sure to watch out for Crocodiles
If you are curious about snorkelling in a full face mask at Darwin beaches you have arrived at the right blog. The team at Reef Mask has put together all you need to know about full-face snorkelling in Darwin.
Known for its crocodiles, beaches and Asian-themed food. Darwin is one of the most unique cities in all of Australia. The capital city of the Northern Territory, Darwin is a small city but doesn't lack entertainment.
Filled with activities, Darwin has multiple beaches and outdoor adventures for you. Located in the Australian top north, a warm, humid climate consumes the city. Home to animals such as crocodiles and buffalo, as well as Aboriginal culture. Darwin is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.
Due to its history, Darwin has a strong Asian background. Multiple restaurants and venues contain Asian themes. Great food, amazing weather and awesome beaches! Darwin is a city that you need to visit once in your life.
Best Beach For Snorkeling In Darwin
Gunlom Plunge Pool, Kakadu National Park
The Gunlom Plunge Pool can be found on top of a waterfall! It has amazing views as you hike to the top. Once there you will be blown away by the refreshing, clear water. Snorkelling in this area is allowed and we strongly recommend packing your full-face snorkel.
At Vernon’s Blue Holes you can find multiple water features. These include waterfalls, coral and lagoons. During the low tide, you can actually see the colourful coral peeping out over the water.
A great snorkelling experience, the Vernons Blue Holes are filled with aquatic life. Multiple species can be found so remember to take your full-face snorkel mask.
Edith Falls, Nitmiluk National Park
Edith Falls is found near the Katherine Gorge, in the red rock landscape. It's a few hours' drive from Darwin but well worth it. Providing great snorkelling in the pools, this area isn't to be missed.
Bitter Springs, Mataranka
At Bitter Springs you will find warm underground springs. These are filled with plants, rieds and other life. The water isn't the clearest due to the heat but a snorkel mask should be taken and used.
Reef Mask Full face snorkels
If you plan to go to Darwin make sure you have a Reef Mask. Our full-face snorkels are designed to last. Helping you get a full 180-degree view of the underwater world!
Reef Mask has delivered dozens of full-face snorkels to Darwin. Helping local resident take their snorkelling experience to a new level.
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John - Manager at Reef Mask
John is a passionate and knowledgeable snorkeler with over 15 years as a professional scuba diving instructor. He aims to provide informative articles on full-face snorkels and other related topics.