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We invite you to come on a journey to awaken the seven senses of sight, sound, taste, touch, scent, spirit and being; to engage with the stories of the past, and celebrate those of the present.

We welcome you to explore our places and cultures across the year and changing seasons. 

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Be in the moment at Bass in the Grass in May, Darwin Fringe Festival in July, Darwin Festival in August and the Laksa Festival in November. Discover the events that are available to you now and into the future across Darwin. 

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We invite you to explore Darwin’s outdoors. Nothing in Darwin is far away, and with a variety of transport options, everything is within reach. 

E-scooters and e-bikes are a great option, providing a quick, environmentally friendly and inexpensive mode of transport to move around the city.    E-bikes are available across the municipality.    E-scooters are available in the Central Business District and out to Fannie Bay.

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City of Darwin provides a great deal of on-street, off-street and multi storey car parking within the Central Business District for a small charge from 8.00am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday.    Parking is free in the suburbs.    Visit the City of Darwin website to find out more about parking in Darwin.   Parking | City of Darwin | Darwin Council, Northern Territory

Darwin public buses have the cheapest public transport fares in  Australia. Public buses operate seven days a week except Christmas Day and Good Friday. Public buses have an easy-access low floor and are fitted with ramps that provide access for standard wheelchairs and lightweight mobility aids.   The Northern Territory Government website provides further information about public transport options in  Darwin - Public transport and cycling

Tourism Top End can help to search for the vehicle you want to explore Darwin and the surrounds in. A one stop shop where you can search for a Car, 4WD, Camper, Caravan, or even a Motorhome to hire from a number of car rental suppliers in the top end.

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It is quick and easy to plan a trip in real time with the Darwin journey planner. This journey planner provides options and guidance for moving across Darwin. It displays the healthiest and active option first which also leads to fewer carbon dioxide emissions. It does not take into account weather or personal preferences.

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A variety of accommodation types are available in Darwin. From hotels and luxury resorts to apartments, caravan parks and backpackers. In suburbs like Parap and Nightcliff, just five to ten minutes out of the Central Business District, you will find groovy and quaint hotels and apartments. On the beach and waterfront, there are luxury resorts and suites, and on the esplanade you will find larger hotels. 

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The Top End Visitor Information Centre is situated in Darwin CBD and offers personalised visitor services and a comprehensive selection of brochures, booklets, maps and timetables.

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Here is your guide to travel in the Darwin region. Darwin is the gateway to the Australian Outback and the Northern Territory. It is the largest city in the state and the main point of entry for international tourists starting either a tour or a campervan and motorhome holiday into the region. Darwin has an international airport and overseas flights arrive and depart regularly. The city is modern and has lots of fantastic accommodation. It is also steeped in Australian history and there are many interesting places to visit. There are lots of activities that attract tourists from all over the south east Asia and Australian region. Such things as the Darwin cup and the V8 Supercar races are great examples of this. It is the stepping off point for tours to Kakadu National Park, Alice Springs, the Kimberley region and Ayers rock. If you are planning a holiday to the top end of Australia, then this Darwin travel guide is for you.

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Email: [email protected] Phone: 61 1800 645 199 Operation hours: 8.30am - 5pm daily If you are looking for information on tour packages in the Katherine region please contact the Visitor Information Centre via phone, email or the Visit the Katherine website .

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Darwin is a lively harbour city well-known as Australia’s gateway to world-class nature and cultural activities and experiences. With a population in excess of 130,000, it is a destination renowned for its tropical climate and colourful characters.

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Darwin is a lively cultural melting pot well known as a connection to world-class nature, cultural activities and experiences, renowned for its tropical climate and colourful characters.

Litchfield National Park

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Open daily, this centre features an impressive collection of the Territory's aviation history from the aviation pioneers and record breakers to the Territory's frontier role in WWII. There is a massive B52 Bomber, Mirage and Sabre jets, a Spitfire replica and Wessex and Huey Cobra helicopters. The development of the jet age is depicted through displays and photographs and the Bombing of Darwin exhibition here is a must see.

Burnett House

Built in the late 1930s, Burnett House is a Heritage-listed National Trust property and an excellent example of early tropical architecture. Here, you can relax in the gardens and enjoy ribbon sandwiches and Devonshire teas at High Tea every Sunday from 3.30-6pm.

Mindil Beach Sunset Markets

Held every Thursday and Sunday night from April 25th to October, these are Darwin's largest and most popular weekly markets. They feature a multitude of stalls offering international cuisine, arts, crafts and entertainment. The combination of great food and an electric atmosphere make it a must visit. Enjoy a picnic dinner on the beach while watching a spectacular tropical sunset.

Other popular markets worth visiting are the Saturday morning Parap Village Markets, the Sunday morning Nightcliff Markets and Rapid Creek Markets (Darwin's oldest markets) and Palmerston's Friday night markets.

Museum & Art Gallery of the NT

The museum, situated at Bullocky Point, features collections of the region's art, natural science, history and culture. Encompassing Aboriginal art and culture, arts and craft from south-east Asia and Pacific regions, maritime archaeology and Northern Territory history, the museum also houses a great Cyclone Tracy exhibit and the chance to meet Sweetheart, the Top End’s most famous crocodile.

Charles Darwin National Park

Just a short drive from the city, this park was developed to show visitors the rich mangrove habitats of Darwin Harbour. Relics of Darwin's involvement in WWII can also be seen here. These reinforced concrete bunkers were used for safe storage of munitions during the wartime action.

WWII Oil Storage Tunnels

One of the most interesting constructions in Darwin during WWII was the oil storage tunnels located near the Darwin Waterfront Precinct. Today, there are two tunnels open for viewing featuring a collection of photographs of Darwin and the men and women that served here during the war. An experienced guide will take you through the tunnels with informative commentary.

USS Peary Memorial

Salvaged from the wreck of the USS Peary, the gun, now situated on The Esplanade, serves as a memorial dedicated to the officers and crew who lost their lives when the vessel was attacked and sunk during the first air attack on Darwin by the Japanese during WWII. Also honoured here is Lt. Robert Buel, a US Air Force pilot who lost his life on February 15, 1942 in a heroic attack on Japanese aircraft on a bombing raid over Darwin city.

Darwin Convention Centre

This world class, multi-purpose Convention Centre with its spectacular waterfront location, is only minutes walk to the central business district or a wide choice of city centre hotels and only ten minutes drive to Darwin International Airport. The Centre features highly flexible and adaptive spaces to cater for all requirements.

East Point Reserve & Lake Alexander

This recreational area has extensive walking and cycling paths, relaxing picnic areas with free barbecue facilities and safe, year-round swimming in Lake Alexander. The reserve is also home to Darwin's East Point Military Museum, which houses an extensive collection of photographs and informative displays including the Defence of Darwin Experience - an immersive, interactive, multimedia experience of the story of Darwin's role in World War II. East Point is also well known for its wallaby colony and is one of the best sites in Darwin for watching sunsets.

Darwin Cinema

The Top End is host to a wide range of incredible, world-class, unique events. Experience the magic of moonlight cinema at the Darwin Waterfront. Deckchair Cinema is THE MUST-DO outdoor cinema located under the stars and screens films 7 nights a week from 20 April – 20 November 2016. The box office is open nightly from 6:30pm, with films starting promptly at the advertised time. The outdoor setting, on the edge of Darwin Harbour is stunning: watch the sunset over the sea and enjoy the tropical garden setting with a meal and a drink before your movie starts.

Deckchair Cinema is operated by the not-for-profit Darwin Film Society. The DFS programs an eclectic mix of films, putting out four seven-week programs per year.

Darwin Festival

Darwin Festival is an 18-day feast of music, theatre, dance, cabaret and more in the beautiful tropical city of Darwin. Enjoy the festive atmosphere, delicious food and drink stalls, and free performances at the heart of the arts - Festival Park, and various venues across Darwin, as the Festival activates the city for three weeks every August.

Where to stay in Darwin?            

The Top End of the Northern Territory spoils visitors with a range of accommodation in Darwin designed to appeal to the comfort, needs and pockets of all visitors to the region. Darwin accommodation and surrounds ranging from resorts, five star luxury hotels, motels, bed and breakfast accommodation, well located caravan parks and campgrounds, friendly and comfortable backpacker and budget accommodation, homestays and farmstays; means that Darwin and the Top End can boast the best.

Darwin Weather

Darwin in the Top End of the Northern Territory has two distinct seasons, the 'wet' and the 'dry'. While November to April is referred to as the ‘wet', and May to October is the ‘dry' season; in the vast expanse of Kakadu National Park, the local Aboriginal people recognise six different seasons. The wet season is characterised by high humidity, monsoonal rains and storms. Temperatures typically range from a minimum of 25°C to a maximum of 33°C. The dry season is typically warm with dry sunny days and cool nights. Temperatures typically range from 21°C to 32°C, and humidity levels are much lower.

January and February is the most beautiful time to visit the Top End. Sunny days and afternoon storms refresh the landscape, and animals and plants flourish. The rivers and waterfalls are flowing and the countryside turns a lush green.

There are many festivals from May to October with relatively cool weather and peak visitor time. Darwin really comes alive at this time of year as everyone makes the most of the clear skies and heads outdoors. This is a great time to recline in a deckchair and watch a movie under the stars at the open-air Deckchair Cinema; or watch the sunset over the Indian Ocean after visiting the famous Mindil Beach Markets.

There’s so much to see and do in the Northern Territory. Plan your trip to the Top End with our suggested itineraries . 

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