What to do in Darwin Northern Territory today

What to do in Darwin Northern Territory today

Darwin is situated in the North of the Northern Territory and it is literally a tropical paradise. It is the only state capital in Australia with a tropical climate. It is a perfect getaway for travellers of cities like Melbourne and Sydney, to escape the winter and enjoy a warmer climate. 

East Point Reserve

A walk, drive or ride through the East Point is a favourite for the locals. The reserve is made up of nature walks, opportunity to spot wallabies, and also features military history. You also have the opportunity for a picnic and barbecue at the location.

The Markets

You can experience a lively market at the Mindil Beach Sunset Market during the months from April to September. The suburban markets held during the weekend in Nightcliff, Parap, and Parid Creek are open all year round. You can also enjoy entertainment and music on offer. 

Free Wi-Fi

You will get to access to free Wi-Fi at the Smith Street Mall, in the Parliament, Public library, the airport, Mindil Beach Markets, and the Darwin Waterfront. If you are looking to pose for a selfie and post it online, you can use the free Wi-Fi available in Karlu Karlu, Litchfield National Park, and Wattarka.

Art Galleries

There are many galleries in the Central Business District of Darwin which includes the Mbantua Gallery, Mason Gallery, and Aboriginal Fine Arts Gallery. You can also take a trip to the Parab, which is an inner-city suburb and visit the Nomad Art, NCCA Art, and Outstation Gallery. 

Tiwi Islands

80 Km to the North of Darwin, you will find a chain of nine Islands known as Tiwi Islands. The two largest islands are inhabited. It is an ideal spot for bird watchers and nature lovers. The island has plenty of natural beauty and has a welcoming and amazing community.

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