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Mindil Beach Sunset Markets

Mindil Beach Sunset Markets

Posted on 24 April, 2019 in Darwin

OPENING NIGHT: THURSDAY 25 APRIL 2019 (4:00 PM TO 9:00 PM ) This is Darwin's biggest and most famous market and is not to be missed! Overlooking Mindil Beach, this iconic market has lots of local stalls to explore, food to eat and usually a spectacular sunset to witness. We'd recommend getting here before sunset as it does get busy...

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Things to do around Darwin PART 2 - Markets

Things to do around Darwin PART 2 - Markets

Posted on 07 April, 2019 in Top End Locations, Darwin

In Part 2 of 'Things to do around Darwin' we explore the various markets on offer around Darwin. Markets are at the heart of Darwin's culture. There are over 50 nationalities calling Darwin home and with our close relationship and proximity to Asia you'll find a great mix of people, cuisines and crafts throughout. The weekend markets in particular are a highlight for not only tourists but locals alike as it's a chance to grab a yummy bite to eat while catching up with friends and family...

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Things to do around Darwin PART 1 - Behind The Scenes

Things to do around Darwin PART 1 - Behind The Scenes

Posted on 21 March, 2019 in Darwin, Top End Locations

The Top End of Australia and it's capital Darwin, welcomes over a million visitors each year, the majority, keen to get out bush and experience the natural and cultural wonders of Kakadu, Litchfield and Nitmiluk National Parks. But other than this, what really makes the Top End so different...

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Things To Do In Darwin In The Wet Season

Things To Do In Darwin In The Wet Season

Posted on 17 October, 2018 in Darwin, Wet Season

Darwin is a great place to visit in the wet season if you are prepared for a bit of heat, humidity and some rain. This time of year is famous for it's epic lightning storms, pumping waterfalls, bulging rivers systems and lush, green National Parks. 'The Wet', as we Territorians call it, officially runs from the start of November to the end of April. In the wet season you'll see the Top End at the mercy of mother nature...

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