Darwin has all the sophistication of an international city with restaurants, hotels, museums, art galleries and a nightlife that thumps into the morning.
Darwin’s boundaries are the glittering azure of the Timor Sea and luxuriant greens of rainforest and wetlands. The weather is tropical – always warm, sometimes humid and with lots of sunshine.
Using Darwin as the starting point you can find your way to art galleries 60 000 years old, thermal springs, roaring waterfalls and fizzing plunge pools. An Aboriginal cultural presence has left and indelible impression with spectacular rock galleries that are national treasures.
Darwin is a multicultural society and the array of award winning cuisine in Darwin is endless. The sheer variety, quality and range of reataurants in the city area is staggering for a city of its size. The choice is yours – whether you prefer fine dining in the city or overlooking Cullen Bay, or perhaps sampling local seafood in the Wharf precinct.
The Top End has become a melting pot of South East Asian and eauropean cultures – clearly evident when visiting the street markets that operate throughout the year in Darwin. Each market has its own special charm – from the suburban Sunday Markets at Nightcliff and Rapid Creek, to the hugely popular Mindil Beach Sunset Markets.
Mindil Beach Sunset Markets
Aquascene – fish feeding
Australian Pearl Exhibition
Darwin Wharf Precinct
Cullen Bay Marina
Museum and Art Gallery of the NT
East Point Reserve & Lake Alexander
Fannie Bay Gaol
WWII Tunnels & Museum
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