Explore Australia’s largest heritage site on this 60 minute Darwin jet ski tour touring a world of ocean graves and sunken warships. Led by professional guides, you’ll discover a piece of Darwin’s history out on the water. As a keystone of WWII history, Darwin is the location of sunken warships bombed by planes in 1942. The treacherous waters were also no match for fishing trawlers during Cyclone Tracey in 1974, many of which now lay on the Darwin seabed. Jump on this 60 minute Darwin jet ski tour for a unique tour of the coastal location in Adelaide combining sightseeing and history. Tours depart daily from 8.45 am.