We’ve not been to Darwin before and were looking forward to it, and catching up with our travelling friends. The town of Darwin felt¬†unexpectedly small to us – as the town centre itself has a small footprint and it is not sprawling with retail stores like other towns are. We’ve discovered that Darwin is not about living the city life, it’s more about enjoying the great outdoors.

 WW2 Oil Storage Tunnels

One of Darwin’s best-kept secrets.
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NT Museum and Art Gallery
A modern museum (with a terrific Cyclone Tracy display) and art gallery rolled into one.

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Defence of Darwin Experience and the Darwin Military Museum

The Defence of Darwin

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The Corroboree Billabong

On the hunt for crocodiles

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This is how they do tyres – Northern Territory style!

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How they do tyres – Territory-style!