Discover Darwin, a vibrant Australian city where captivating natural wonders, rich cultural heritage, and unique wildlife encounters create an unforgettable travel experience.

Darwin is a small city with a huge history. Its glistening harbours were strong holds for allied troops during World War Two. Gold was found at nearby Pine Creek in the late 19th century. Paul Hogan shone a global spotlight Down Under when he traversed its surrounding regions for crocodiles. While Cyclone Tracy also made worldwide headlines, devastating lives and homes in the mid 1970s.

As Australia’s gateway to Asia and the Outback, Darwin is melting pot of people and traditions. Indigenous culture, natural treasures, tropical weather and a laid-back lifestyle attract thousands of visitors every year, looking to explore Australia’s vast and majestic Top End.

Darwin’s Best Waterfront Restaurants
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Darwin’s Best Waterfront Restaurants

From Stokes Hill Wharf, the purpose-built Darwin Waterfront Precinct, Cullen Bay, Mindil Beach, Fannie Bay, East Point and Nightcliff Foreshore, visitors and locals are spoilt with soul-soothing dining options.