About Darwin in Australia
The city of Darwin has the most youthful population in Australia, which gives it a distinctly promising future.
Exploring the compact central business district by day is done on foot best, or aboard a jump on and off tour bus. The city can also be circumnavigated on a bicycle following a planned path that winds through the lush area that surrounds the CBD and forms great sights over the harbour.
At Darwin Harbour, the large healthy population of barramundi and other tropical fish make it one of the most popular fishing destination and its turquoise waters set the scene for the more relaxed option of a sunset cruise.
The World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park is a fascinating region of wildlife and wilderness. Have a good taste of this spectacular place while you discover the abundant bird and other wildlife found in the area. You can also viewt Aboriginal rock art that is thousands of years old and cruise the East Alligator River.