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Top Reasons to Visit Darwin – A complete guide

Darwin is the capital city of the Northern part of Australia. Located on the Timor Sea, this is the biggest city in the region and has many interesting things to see and do when you visit.



Being the capital city of the Northern part of the country, this place is the closest to Asia in all of Australia. This well disposed of, the laid-back city has many great things to see and do that in the event that you ever go to Australia - don't fail to visit this place! Darwin has a past filled with characteristic and synthetic disasters - the city was completely decimated in WWII and, later in the year 1974, Cyclone Tracy demolished the greater part of the city once more. Be that as it may, similar to a Phoenix bird, the city climbed and is back on its feet now.


Uluru Rock

This is an amazingly huge, red sandstone stone monument ascending from the Central Australian abandons. Antiquated workmanship can be found all through the stone monument. Standing 1142 feet tall and spreading out for 5.8 miles, this gigantic red coloured rock is a huge deal in the Uluru Kata-Tjuta National Park. This stone is stunning and watching the sunset against this foundation will remain with you for all of your life.


Alice Springs

Home of the Royal Flying Doctor's Service, and door to Uluru and Kata-Tjuta, this is a decent city with cherished parks and workmanship exhibitions. Delight yourself in the neighbourhood shopping centre and check out the food on display.


The Ghan Train

The Ghan train was named as such to honour the Afghan cameleers who worked the exchange course amongst Adelaide and Darwin; this is one of the finest experiences ever. The train navigates directly through the centre of Australia, all while letting you view the most staggering scenes which keep steadily moving by.


Kakadu Crocodile Hotel

Found in Kakadu National Park, and overseen by neighbourhood Aboriginal factions, this inn is shaped like a typical saltwater crocodile! Located about a couple of hours away from the major Darwin hotels the likes of Oaks Elan Darwin, this unique structure lets you live inside a building shaped like a crocodile's body. An aerial view of the inn will give you a better idea of the whole design structure


Kakadu National Park

A two-hour drive from Darwin, the recreation centre isn't just Australia's biggest national stop; however, this was made a UNESCO World Heritage site in the year 1992. Brimming with wildlife, this is one of the best places on earth to see them in their natural habitat. The park also has a cliff which you can climb to get some of the best views Australia has to offer.


Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre

Being a part of Kakadu, this centre spoke of and offered data about the numerous social parts of the Aboriginal life. Craftsmanship was shown from the Arnhem, Binijn, and Katherine families. It is an awesome place to purchase intricately crafted workmanship pieces, which boost their community.

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