The city is strongly tied to its original custodians, the Larrakia mob. Darwin's gone from a laid-back town to a buzzing CBD with a small-town feel. A trip to Darwin will leave you gobsmacked. With top-notch digs, grub, and sights, this city's a must-see.


If you had to pick one word for Darwin, it'd be 'alive.' The place is bursting with colour, flavours, and light. Kick back on the sand with tasty street food and watch the sun go down. Or wander the night markets for that perfect piece for your art stash. Venture out of the city to explore the nearby national parks and stunning wetlands. Darwin's got something for everyone, no matter your style.


The Darwin CBD is humming all year. With loads of markets, shops, and food joints, there's always something on!

Head down to the waterfront for a top-notch feed of locally caught seafood. Darwin's got some of the freshest seafood going around. Local chefs will whip up something delicious for you. Park yourself along the waterfront and watch as magic sunsets or lightning storms put on a show.

Darwin's mad about markets; they've got heaps for you to check out! Take a wander through the evening markets. Keep an eye out for local crafts and Aboriginal art, and give your taste buds a treat with street foods. Pop down to a Sunday vintage market to snag some rare and unusual finds.

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But markets aren't the only place for a bit of shopping. Darwin's home to some ripper local fashion and jewellery designers. There's something for everyone, from prints to croc skin and Aussie pearls. Plus, there are many souvenir shops for you to have a squiz at, too!

Darwin History

One of Darwin's most famous bits of history is the bombing in WWII. Used as a key Allied military base, the city copped it from Japanese planes in 1942. The bombing was bigger than that of Pearl Harbour and became a regular thing for the rest of the war. The bombing caused the military to leave Darwin, but their impact is still evident today.

Heaps of heritage spots around Darwin include tunnels, ammo bunkers, and watchtowers. Check out the East Point Military Precinct to learn about Darwin's military history.

If you already think you need to visit our city, contact Darwin Tour. Then your holiday will be relaxing and comfortable.

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