Darwin Travel Tips
Darwin, the capital of northern Australia, is closer to Jakarta than it is to Sydney, and closer to Singapore than it is to Melbourne, so it should come as no surprise that it looks outward to Asia as much as it looks inland to the rest of Australia.
This proximity and familiarity with Australia's northern neighbors is reflected in Darwin's relaxed, cosmopolitan, tropical atmosphere. In a country that prides itself on its ethnic diversity, Darwin may be the most multicultural city of all.
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Darwin, the capital of northern Australia, is closer to Jakarta than it is to Sydney, so it should come as no surprise that it looks outward to Asia as much as it looks inland to the rest of ...
If you're looking for a truly unique wildlife experience, Australia's 'Top End' is home to some bizarre, prehistoric and sometimes terrifying critters living within a mystical, tropical landscape. ...
Written by Emma, Australia, August 2011
It’s easy to fall into a state tropical languor on a visit to Darwin but you must resist! So put down that cold drink and peel your butt out of that hammock, a whole swathe of attractions await. ...
Written by huddfamily, August 2012
This was a great tour and informative of the Indigenous culture of the area. Crocodile are many and the bird life was abundant also. July to August was a great time to visit the Top End. The tour ...
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Doing what: Kakadu, Nourlangie and Yellow Waters Tour with Optional Return Flight ...
Kakadu Day Tour from Darwin
Travel from Darwin to the scenic Kakadu National Park. Discover Aboriginal rock paintings, take a cruise down the East Alligator River, and get acquainted with the region's native birds and wildlife.