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Darwin is a coastal city located on the shores of the Timor Sea and is the capital of the North Territories. Restaurants and bars line the waterfront to give this city a tropical feel. The city boasts plenty to see and do with its many museums and historical sites, as well as being the gateway to Kakadu National Park and Litchfield National Park.
Start your holiday with a swim at Darwin City Lagoon at the waterfront or try the fun wave pool on the oceans edge. Check out Crocosaurus Cove Zoo, where you can even swim with a crocodile in their viewing cage! Stroll through Darwin Botanical Gardens, for a peaceful escape from the city or take a relaxing cruise on the Adelaide River. Enjoy the famous Mindil Markets where the selection of seafood is something else and street performers and musicians will keep you entertained. Visit the NT Museum and Art Gallery to see some traditional aboriginal art and history. Check out Wangi Falls in Litchfield National Park and Buley Rockhole pools are close by if you fancy a swim. Kakadu National Park, Australia’s largest national park is within driving distance and if you have time, its well worth the trip to see waterfalls, wildlife, and aboriginal art.
Darwin is the perfect destination for young people looking for adventure and exploration. It is also suitable for families and couples looking for a relaxing and fun get away. Darwin has a wide range of accommodation options with something for every budget.
🧡 Swim in the lagoon and wave pool
🧡 Jumping Crocodile tour
🧡 Mindil Markets
🧡 Litchfield National Park
Darwin International Airport (DRW) serves Darwin.
The Australian Dollar is used in Darwin.
Australian Central Standard time (GMT+9:30) and is 9 hours 30 mins ahead of Irish time.
Darwin has 2 seasons, wet and dry. Wet season is from October to April and temperatures range from 26°C - 31°C during this time. Dry season lasts from May to September with average temperatures of 22°C - 29°C. Dry season would be the best time to visit Darwin, although they do say the thunderstorms in wet season are a show not to miss!