A Complete Guide to Visit Astonishing Destinations in Darwin, Australia

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A Complete Guide to Visit Astonishing Destinations in Darwin, Australia

Undoubtedly, we love to travel, but sometimes it becomes a troublesome task for all of us to decide which destination to explore. If you are looking for some fun and thrill, I would suggest you explore Darwin in Australia. Trust me guys; it is one of the best destinations in Australia that you must explore with your friends and family.

Mindil Beach

Mindil Beach

Located near Darwin’s central business district, Mindil Beach holds the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets that run from May to October during the dry season of every year. If you are a shopaholic, then make sure you visit this place with your loved ones.

George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens

George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens

Located 2 km north of the CBD of Darwin, the George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens are botanical gardens that cover 42 hectares of land and are recognized for their collections of tropical species.

Smith Street

Smith Street

Located in the Darwin Central Business district of Darwin, Smith Street is a major street, which is named after A.H. Smith. The street runs 4.5 kilometers in a north-west to south-east direction on the western side of the Darwin CBD. Moreover, the street intersects with Knuckey Street, Daly Street and ends with The Esplanade.

Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

Located in the inner Darwin suburb of Fannie Bay, the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory is the most prominent museum, which comes under responsibility of the Northern Territory Government department of Natural Resources, Environment, The Arts and Sport.

Bicentennial Park

Bicentennial Park

Bicentennial Park is a large area of parkland, which runs the length of Darwin’s waterfront that looks over Darwin Harbor. It is located in the Darwin city center and stretches widely from Northern Territory Parliament House to Doctor’s Gully.

Government House

Government House

It is the official residence of the Administrator of the Northern Territory and also a prominent location in the city. Built between 1870 and 1878, the building is set on hillside gardens and is located at the center of the Darwin business district.

Larrakeyah Barracks

Larrakeyah Barracks

One of the oldest structures built in the early years of World War 2, Larrakeyah Barracks occupies the headland west of the suburb of Larrakeyah, Darwin. Furthermore, it is well-known as the main base for the Australian Defense force in the Northern Territory of Australia.

Darwin Convention Centre

Darwin Convention Centre

Opened in the year 2008, the Darwin Convention Center is a part of the $1.1 billion Darwin waterfront project. Located in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, the center is a famous tourist destination that usually witnesses a lot of tourists every year.

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Fannie Bay Gaol

Fannie Bay Gaol

A historic jail in Darwin, Australia, Fannie Goal operated from 20 September 1883 until 1 September 1979. In the year 1952, there were three executions held where few immigrants were hanged for the murder of a taxi driver.

Victoria Hotel

Victoria Hotel

Built in the year 1890, it is one of the most popular tourist attractions and also an important historical building. Located in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, it is a heritage listed pub that attracts a lot of tourists worldwide.

Emery Point Light

Emery Point Light

Located at Larrakeyah Barracks, the Emery Point Light was the second lighthouse to be built in Port Darwin. It was the only navigational help to remain functional in the path of Cyclone Tracy.

Casuarina Square

Casuarina Square

Located in Casuarina, Darwin’s northern suburbs, it is the largest shopping center that you must witness with your loved ones.

Darwin Football Stadium

Darwin Football Stadium

Darwin Football Stadium is a popular sports stadium in the Marrara sporting complex. Opened on 28 July 2007, it has a seating capacity for more than 1,120 spectators.

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