Savour Unique Experiences in Darwin
Experiences in Darwin – Sitting between the rustic outback and Timor Sea, Darwin is a place of many adventures. You can choose to discover the exceptional beauty of the outback or relish a taste of local culture at the vibrant outdoor markets while unique locations like Kakadu National Park promise to awe. Listed below are attractions lending Darwin its distinctive allure.
Guide to Experiences in Darwin
Enjoy the Vibes at Darwin’s Street Markets
The bustling, vibrant and colourful culture which surrounds the popular street markets of Darwin is quite popular. While plenty of live music, fascinating craft stalls and a bevy of friendly locals add to the fab ambience, browsing the irresistible food stalls are without doubt, one of the most popular things to do in Darwin. The fact that Asia and its exotic food culture is a hop-step-and-jump away from the area is testimony to the excellent fare on offer. Popular venues include the Mindil Beach Markets, Rapid Creek and Nightcliff Markets, Parap Markets and the Malak Marketplace.
Savour Some Holistic Therapy
The thermal springs of Darwin, scattered across the region are amongst the most popular attractions. Crystal clear waters offering a warm embrace are hard to resist, especially with the likes of Berry Springs located just 30 minutes from the city centre. There a network of warm, natural pools promise to wow you, while nature in all its pristine glory will make sure your cares melt away to the rocky bottoms of the pools.
Try Your Hand at Fishing
You don’t have to be an ace fisherman to reel in some big game in Darwin; the ocean surrounding the region is home to a large variety of marine species including barramundi, cod, groper and humongous giant trevally. Mud crabs too are found in plenty for a tasty treat. Head over to Stokes Hill Wharf or Nightcliffe Jetty for a solo try or join a fishing charter.
Pose with Nature
The Botanical Gardens of Darwin are just perfect for those social media updates. Upload those enviable poses amongst the lush greenery of the exotic gardens, boasting 42 hectares of manicured gardens. Later ditch the technology for a stroll amongst fields of fat boabs, mangrove forests and a chance to relax with a picnic.
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