Darwin Trip Journey Information | Expedia

Darwin Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Darwin – Welcome to the capital of Australia’s Northern Territory. This coastal metropolis has heaps on provide; take a look at our video to see the most effective spots to go to.

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Often known as “The High Finish,” #Darwin perches on the Timor Sea, giving it putting views of the ocean. Because of its distance from different Australian cities, it’s considerably remoted, resulting in an actual sense of small-town neighborhood regardless of its standing as a big metropolis.

Get a style of this neighborhood throughout your Darwin #trip by stopping on the Mindil Seaside Markets; on Thursdays and Sundays, you possibly can run into nearly half town as residents prove to buy on the numerous distributors and devour native multicultural delicacies.

Get outdoor at Crocadylys Park, which is stuffed with Darwin’s legendary salt and freshwater crocodiles. The Darwin area is house to over 20 nationwide parks, so you will get a style of the Australian outback with out venturing too removed from civilization.

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36 thoughts on “Darwin Trip Journey Information | Expedia

  1. Timothy Howie says:

    I first came to Darwin in 1973 and saw it pre cyclone Tracey. I fell in love with it, it was wild and full of life. At that time, at age 15, I decided that I would return one day to live and work in Darwin and the NT. With God's Grace, I flew in at 6:30am one December morning in 2009. I have been here ever since. Praise Jesus.

  2. Jude Fernandez says:

    The most laidback city in the world and I live in Melbourne and I would love to move to Darwin any day . Been there twice and hope to be there in June again God willing .Love Darwin and the people and everything about this beautiful place and pl note I did not say City but the whole of Darwin and my family and friends who live there .

  3. DamStr8t says:

    Hi all, I didn't receive any notifications for any of the questions you guys sent me as the all went to a spam account. I only just happened to come across this video now 2 years later. Please except my apology, I would never deliberately ignore your questions

  4. 영원히나는 일본을 사랑해 says:

    Media portrayal about NT is slightly scary. Wolf Creek tells about the abduction and murder of British tourists which apparently based on true story of Peter Falconio that happened in Barrow Creek, and Rogue was inspired by Sweetheart which attacked boats in Darwin. But, I frankly still wanna go to Darwin so much.

    Anyway, I am having my work holiday visa destination to Darwin and cannot wait anymore, as I heard that the city has less people who is suitable for introverts who hate human species. I hope it's true.

  5. Kim _ says:

    I used to live in Darwin for one year and I fell in love with the city. There's nothing I can say about this town it's just so beautiful and unique. I met so many great people there. Everyone seems to enjoy their life. I really hope to go back once again sometime

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