Darwin has a relaxed outdoor lifestyle and enjoys warm weather all year round. Perched on a peninsula with sea on three sides, it is an excellent base to explore the natural attractions of World Heritage listed national parks. Its city has the most youthful population in Australia, giving it a distinctly optimistic vibe.

Historic Darwin Harbour is dotted with sunken ships from World War II and confiscated Indonesian fishing vessels. Its healthy population of tropical fish makes it a world class fishing destination. Turquoise waters set the scene for a sunset cruise.

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Fun Fact: Darwin crocodile tours and parks allow you to get up close and personal with Australia's top predator, crocodylus porosus, the Estuarine Crocodile.

Explore the compact Central Business District of Darwin by day on foot or aboard a tour bus. The city can also be discovered on a bicycle path that provides great views over the harbor. At night, immerse yourself in the electric atmosphere of the pubs and nightclubs on Mitchell Street. Dine at Cullen Bay or try your luck at the casino on Mindil Beach.

On weekends, the city is scattered with open air markets with an array of stalls serving cuisines from all over Asia and locally made arts and crafts. There are also performances from musicians and artists, a variety of street theatre and traditional bush poetry. Discover all that exciting Darwin has to offer!

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