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Darwin is the capital city of the Northern Territory, Australia.

Located directly on the Timor Sea, Darwin is actually the largest city in all of the heavily populated Northern Territory. With its close proximity to South East Asia, Darwin is a great Australian getaway for tourists who live within Indonesia and East Timor. The city has beautiful parks and amazing gardens which are a must see for new travelers. Each year Darwin hosts a variety of exciting events including The Darwin Festival, Seabreeze Festival, and Speargrass Festival. Tourists who enjoy fine arts may want to hear the popular Darwin Symphony Orchestra, or explore the Northern Territory Museum and Art Gallery. Sports fanatics can go to the Marrara Sports Complex (located right by the airport) to enjoy rugby, field hockey, cricket and soccer games during almost anytime of the year. Darwin has a very tropical savanna climate which brings both wet and dry seasons. However, the city has an average temperature which is pretty much the same all year long. Dry seasons range from about May to September, during which almost everyday is warm and sunny outside. The coolest months tend to be in June and July. Look over some of the recommended attractions to visit next time you’re on holiday vacation to Darwin below!

Darwin Natural Attractions
Mindil Beach
Bicentennial Park
Lake Alexander

Darwin Man-Made Attractions
Parliament House
Museum and Art Gallery
Skycity Darwin
Territory Wildlife Park
Darwin Military Museum
Darwin Convention Centre
Marrara Stadium

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