Things to see and do - Darwin
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Darwin Travel guide
Darwin : Michelin's recommendations
Darwin, capital of the Northern Territory, is a place where multiple influences coexist in a constantly lively and pleasantly modern atmosphere. Nearby are the emblematic sites of Kakadu National Park and Arnhem Land.
Tourist attractions Darwin : Things to see and do
AUS - Darwin
The Mary River east of Darwin flows into Van Diemen Gulf after offering visitors some unforgettable moments of natural beauty. Crocodiles, barramundis, herons and birds of prey inhabit this marshy area turned into a national park. A boat ride on the ..
Conacher St. Fannie Bay AUS - Darwin
The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory has a remarkable collection of Aboriginal paintings and sculptures. Part of the exhibition is devoted to cyclone Tracy which hit Darwin in 1974 and from which the town has now recovered.
88 The Esplanade AUS - Darwin NT 0800
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Mantra on the Esplanade is in Darwin city centre, overlooking Darwin Harbour, just a short 2-minute walk from Mitchell Street. It features panoramic views from most rooms and apartments. Accommodation includes 2 and 3-bedroom apartments, with well-e..
100 The Esplanade AUS - DARWIN NT 800
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Novotel Darwin Atrium is conveniently located in the city centre, overlooking Darwin Harbour. This 4 star hotel is a short stroll from the Mitchell Street dining and entertainment precinct and is equally suited for business trips and holidays. Boasti..
12 Cavenagh Street AUS - Darwin NT 0800
Offering a swimming pool, a bar and an award-winning restaurant, The Cavenagh is located in Darwin, 500 metres from Crocosaurus Cove. All rooms offer a flat-screen TV with cable channels. Darwin The Cavenagh is 700 metres from Darwin Convention Cent..
Leisure activities Darwin
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A cruise through the spectacular Katherine Gorge is one of the many unforgettable experiences available to you in the Top End (Northern Territory). Traveling from Darwin you will journey to Nitmiluk National Park where you will view ancient Aborigina..
Plunge into the ‘Cage of Death’ and swim with some of Australia’s largest saltwater crocodiles at Darwin’s Crocosaurus Cove. This latest attraction is perfect for adrenalin junkies who dare to get up close and personal with these amazing prehistoric ..
Round up the family and venture to Crocosaurus Cove in Darwin for a day of crocodile adventures and thrills. With over three floors to explore, your general admission ticket will have you encountering Northern Territory saltwater crocodiles in no tim..