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Darwin, Australia

Famous for glorious sunsets, bustling beach markets, fantastic fishing and tropical sunshine all year round, Darwin is the capital of the vast Northern Territory and is renowned for its laidback lifestyle. Darwin is the ancestral home of the Aboriginal Larrakia people, and only became known as Darwin in the mid-19th century, after the HMS Beagle sailed into the harbour and first officer John Clements Wickham applied the name to honour his former shipmate Charles Darwin.

The tropical climate has wet and dry seasons but it’s never cold. Visitors to Darwin love the culture, arts scene and diverse tourist attractions by day and the active social scene by night. Whether you venture into the outback, see the oldest rock art in the world at Kakadu or build a boat made out of empty beer cans and join the annual Beer Can Regatta, Darwin will leave you smiling.

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What to do

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Marrara Sports Complex

Enjoy some sports in the sun. Head to the Marrara Sports Complex and book tickets for anything from cricket and Aussie rules footb...

Mindil Beach  

Mindil Beach

Kakadu National Park  

National Parks

Crocodile Tours  

Crocodile Tours


Where to eat

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Tim's Surf & Turf

Tim and the manager Leanne always create a great atmosphere here and accordingly, it’s always busy. That means you may have to wait a while to get served, but if you’re prepared for that it’s well worth the wait. As well as the jovial service the food is also great fare. The Australian Oysters Kilpatrick, topped with bacon and Worcestershire sauce, is so well prepared it should be their signature dish. The steaks are also prime beef and cooked perfectly.


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