He performed on the streets of Sydney, through to performances in front of Francois Mitterand and with many symphonies around the world, including the Vienna Philharmonic and the London Symphony Orchestra at Royal Albert Hall, as well as many other locations in the United States, Japan, and Europe.
He has contributed to albums by many famous artists such as Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, Jimmy Barnes, Tommy Emmanuel, Wallace Buchanan (Jamiroquai), Yothu Yindi, and Don Burrows, and filmed a documentary about Cape York with Jacques Cousteau.
His last recording, MRD, contains tracks that feature collaborations with legendary musicians such as Tommy Emmanuel, James Morrison, and many other virtuosos duetting with didgeridoo on instruments as varied as guitar, steel drums, keyboard, Chinese flute, trumpet, electric bass, and voice. The album is due to be released in April 2008.
Dargin held a degree in science from the University of Toronto.
A memorial service for Dargin was held at Circular Quay, Sydney at 7 a.m. on Thursday, 28 February 2008, commencing with a traditional Aboriginal smoking ceremony that progressed along Circular Quay to First Fleet Park. Hundreds attended and tribute after tribute was given to this "Rock and Roll didjeridu" legend.