Darwin is the capital of the Northern Territory and the gateway to the famous Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks. A costal city fringed with many iconic sites and national parks with teaming with unique and native wildlife. With an abundance of cultural heritage and authentic cuisine, Darwin has a tropical climate year round.

Thousands of tourists flock to the area to gaze in awe at the magnificent national parks teeming with wildlife and ancient rock art. Kakadu, Litchfield , Djukbinj and Nitmiluk National Parks are among the most visited. Boasting stunning wetlands, flourishing waterfalls, spectacular gorges, alluring rock pools, historical rock art, a plethora of native animals including crocodiles, emus, kangaroos, Barramundi, reptiles and more, all laced with indigenous Aboriginal culture.

For those looking to stay local, head down to George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens, Crocosaurus Cove, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory and gaze out onto the spectacular ocean at Nightcliff Foreshore Park or take in a stunning sunset at Lee Point Beach.

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