Step back in time and explore Northern Territory heritage. The Australian Aviation Heritage Centre, located in Winnellie, Darwin, houses an impressive collection of the Territory's aviation history and reminds us of Darwin's frontier role in World War II.
Bicentennial Park is a large area of parkland located in the Darwin city centre, Darwin, Northern Territory. It runs the length of Darwin's waterfront which looks over Darwin Harbour. The park stretches from Northern Territory Parliament House to Doctor's Gully.
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Casuarina Beach Casuarina Beach is one of the most popular in Darwin, extending from Rapid Creek through Casuarina to Lee Point. Except for the very high spring tides, the beach is a wide expanse of white sand, a great place to walk the dog, go for a run or just enjoy the evening breeze and setting sun.
Charles Darwin National Park is a small gem close to the centre of Darwin. The park has national significance for its ecological diversity and Aboriginal and World War Two history. It also protects part of the Port Darwin wetland, one of Australia's most important wetlands.
So, for all pilgrims, hikers, backpackers, sojourners, nomads, wayfarers, refugees, bushwalkers, trekkers, trampers, migrants, alpinists, wanderers and others: bring your credencial, scallop, trekking poles, walking stick or backpack and join us at Christ Church Cathedral Darwin at 6pm on 25 July.
Crocodylus Park in Berrimah, Darwin NT is the brainchild of world-renowned crocodile biologist Professor Grahame Webb. Officially opened on 29 August 1994. It includes a unique, comprehensive crocodile museum through which the results of over three decades of crocodile research are extended to the public.
Crocosaurus Cove, located in the heart of Darwin city, allows visitors a unique, up close and personal view of Australia’s iconic Saltwater Crocodiles. Bringing together some of the largest Saltwater Crocodiles in Australia & boasting the World’s largest display of Australian reptiles, Crocosaurus Cove is a must see attraction when visiting Darwin and the Top End.
The Darwin Cenotaph commemorates Australian men and women who have served in conflicts in which Australia has been involved. The memorial was originally erected outside The Darwin Cenotaph commemorates Australian men and women who have served in conflicts in which Australia has been involved.
At the Darwin Golf Club we pride ourselves on our friendly atmosphere and picturesque Thompson and Wolveridge designed course. Fortunately we have a 180 degree sweeping view of this from the clubhouse. Our outside veranda area is a main attraction after golf or when just looking for a great place to relax and enjoy a cold beer.
The Darwin Military Museum is located at East Point adjacent to the Defence of Darwin Experience. The site is within a heritage listed area that contains WWII fortifications. The No.2 gun turret is located within the Military Museum and, along with the No.1 gun turret, is one of the major fortifications at East Point.
The thing to do in Darwin is the World War II secret Oil Storage Tunnels. These giant tunnels had blood, sweat and tears in the hope, in part, to end the WWII. Made by the Civil Construction Corps. This now very unique tourist attraction and event location is beside Darwin Wharf Precinct on Kitchener Drive.
Parking. The Darwin Waterfront precinct is managed by the Darwin Waterfront Corporation which is separate to the municipality of Darwin which is managed by City of Darwin council. Pay and display parking meters apply for all on-street and off street parking areas within at the Darwin Waterfront Precinct.
Deckchair Cinema is Darwin’s premier outdoor cinema See what’s on and get your tickets here! Deckchair Cinema screens films 7 nights a week from 18 April – 18 November 2018. The box office is open nightly from 6:00pm, with films starting promptly at the advertised time. Deckchair Cinema is operated by the not-for-profit Darwin Film Society.
East Point Reserve is Darwin's largest park area. It is popular with locals and visitors for its safe year-round saltwater swimming at Lake Alexander, military history, and the uninterrupted views of Darwin and Fannie Bay and sunsets from Dudley Point.
Fannie Bay Gaol Museum was Darwin's original penal institution in Fannie Bay is now a museum since 1982. Since 1882/3 The old gaol with its crude facilities and a chilling old gallows section is a grim reminder of what life in the gaol was like.
The George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens are two kilometres north of Darwin city. The gardens cover 42 hectares and are noted for their collections of north Australian and other tropical species. The gardens are a cool place where you can relax under a canopy of rain trees and tall palms in the heart of Darwin.
Government House is the oldest European building in the Northern Territory and residence of the Administrator. Government House was the first ‘grand’ public building constructed in Darwin after white settlement in 1869 and is symbolic of the NT’s constitutional development.
Holmes Jungle Nature Park protects an isolated pocket of monsoon forest, home to birds, mammals and reptiles, nestled on the fringes of Darwin’s northern suburbs. Located on the fringe of the city's northern suburbs, the park is popular with picnickers, walkers and birders at any time of the year.
Howard Springs Nature Park is a great place to enjoy wildlife including turtles, barramundi, file snakes and freshwater fish species. You can cool off in a shallow series of man-made rock pools, let the kids enjoy the adventure playground and relax with a quiet picnic or barbeque.
Lameroo Beach (NT 135) is Darwin’s solitary downtown beach. It is located at the base of 15 m high densely vegetated bluffs toward the centre of the Bicentennial Park (Fig. 5.20). A graded concrete walkway leads down through tropical rain forest to the beach, where the trees overhang much of the straight, low energy, 100 m long, sand and gravel beach. It faces southwest into the harbour, with rocky tidal flats exposed at low tide.
Find out about Leanyer Recreation Park in Darwin that features a water park, swimming pool, water slides, a skate park, basketball court, picnic areas, a cafe and more. Find out about Leanyer Recreation Park in Darwin that features a water park, swimming pool, water slides, a skate park, basketball court, picnic areas, a cafe and more.
Lyons Cottage is located on The Esplanade overlooking Darwin Harbour and is named after colourful lawyer and politician, John 'Tiger' Lyons. Lyons Cottage is the only remaining example of colonial bungalow style architecture in Darwin.
Nightcliff Markets every Sunday, unearthing unusual bargains and unique gifts, and indulging in some personal wellbeing. Unwind and feel the ambience of the Nightcliff Markets. Set in the Nightcliff Shopping Centre, the markets are an ideal place for a lazy Sunday coffee or a cool and refreshing tropical fruit salad.
WELCOME TO NOMAD ART ONLINE. Located in Darwin Northern Territory, Nomad Art Gallery specialises in limited edition prints and collections of art and craft from Contemporary Australian Artists and Aboriginal Art Centres from Northern Australia. The focus is cross-cultural collaborations between artists and master practitioners.
Parliament House in Darwin is Australia's newest Parliament Building, it has been the seat of the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly since 1994. Parliament House is located on State Square in the centre of Darwin, which is also the administrative centre of the Northern Territory law and government.
The historic Stokes Hill Wharf offers a relaxed friendly atmosphere with a choice of two seaside alfresco eateries or casual restaurant dining, specialising in fresh local seafood and steak. Take family or friends on a harbour cruise, catch a fish from the fishing platform or simply enjoy year-round panoramic views and sensational sunsets.
Beach. On the northern side of Bullocky Point is Vesteys Beach (NT 138), a gently curving 2.2 km long beach. It is home to the Darwin power boat, trailer boat and sailing clubs, and has numerous boats moored off the northern half of the beach, and two large boat ramps crossing...