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With as many as 130,000 people proudly calling this place home, you're certain to meet plenty of new friends!
It can sometimes be hard to find fun activities that the whole family can enjoy. Luckily, sights such as Wave Lagoon, the Darwin Deckchair Cinema and Darwin Crocodile Farm mean this won't be a problem in Darwin.
Wondrous aquatic kingdoms are waiting to be found at the Crocosaurus Cove and Aquascene. For even more fishy business, take a plunge into Indo Pacific Marine.
You don't have to be a youngster to enjoy an excursion to the Crocodylus Park! Visitors of all ages will have plenty of opportunities to marvel at its fascinating animals through a series of well-thought-out exhibits.
Start a wild night out with some high-stakes tables and bright, sparkling lights at the SKYCITY Casino. It's an excellent place to get the festivities happening!
Places like the George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens are important to both local and global plant conservation efforts. The unique flora collection found here is both fascinating and strikingly displayed.
From a friendly ball game to simply lying back in the grass, there's always a reason to visit a green space like Bicentennial Park or Litchfield National Park. Darwin Waterfront and Charles Darwin National Park are a couple more spots where you can surround yourself in greenery.
Don't forget to gaze out across the rippling water at Lake Alexander.
If you're on the lookout for somewhere glorious to take in the sunrise, pull up a towel and sit back by the ocean's edge at Casuarina Beach or Mindil Beach.
Darwin features a variety of natural reserves, such as Holmes Jungle Nature Park and East Point Recreation Reserve. Leanyer Recreation Park and Casuarina Coastal Reserve are two more that are worth checking out.
Get going to the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory or the Australian Aviation Heritage Centre if the weather's not looking nice. Study the captivating exhibits or just take a break in the calm surroundings. The Defence Of Darwin Experience and the Darwin Military Museum are also decent alternatives.
Some travellers love their art, while others haven't even looked in the direction of a sculpture or painting since their early days of schooling. Regardless of which of these categories you fall into, you're certain to find something that interests you in the unique, surprising and sometimes challenging works at the 24HR Art and the Maningrida Arts & Culture.
Don't just read about history, walk through it at the Fannie Bay Gaol Museum! Here you'll be treated to a fascinating glimpse into the characters and events that have contributed to the development of the region over the years.
Gain a glimpse into the past by checking out a few of Darwin's historic sites. Though you've got many to pick from, Government House and the Darwin War Memorial are a great place to start. If that doesn't satisfy the history buff in you, continue on to the WWII Oil Storage Tunnels and the USS Peary Memorial.
Are you ready to go on a spiritual journey? Get a look into some local religious history, and maybe even find the answers to your biggest questions, at Christ Church Anglican Cathedral Darwin and the Chung Wah Temple. Lots of spiritually curious travellers also put the Chung Wah Temple on their touring schedule.
It's much better to look over your life and say, "I can't believe I did that," instead of, "I wish I had done that." So, while you're here you should also discover some of the less well-known sights, such as Parliament House and Cullen Bay Marina. The Northern Territory Library and Gubara also offer something for everyone.