The city has a compact Central Business District—which can be explored on foot or by bicycle or tour bus—and a vibrant nightlife, with several pubs, nightclubs and restaurants that serve local favourites like mud crabs, barramundi, buffalo, kangaroo and crocodile.
Darwin’s coastal location also makes it a world-class fishing destination; ... More its waters are home to barramundi and several other kinds of other tropical fish. The city is also host to several must-visit natural parks, such as the Botanic Gardens, East Point Reserve and Casuarina Coastal Reserve.
Darwinplays host to an eponymous festival in August each year at several venues around the city.
Darwin enjoys warm weather all year round and experiences a Tropical Summer from October to March. During this time, the city experiences balmy weather combined with predictable daily showers, which rejuvenate the landscape and provide much-needed succour to the parched ... More land. This period is considered by many visitors as the most beautiful time of year.
Darwin is incredibly culturally diverse and is home to people of more than 50 nationalities, including the indigenous Arrakia Aboriginal people.
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