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Population: Approx 107,000

Darwin, the Northern Territory's capital city, is well known as Australia's gateway to world class nature and cultural activities and experiences. Darwin is a vibrant destination renowned for its tropical climate and colourful characters. It's a lively harbour city where the focus is on outdoor activities - eating, drinking, visiting the markets and sunset cruises on the harbour.

It's the perfect place to simply relax, recharge the batteries and enjoy the relaxed laidback lifestyle with a multicultural twist!

Climate: Darwin enjoys a warm climate year round, with temperatures averaging around 32 degrees year round. Between October and May a tropical summer is experienced, with higher humidity and rainfall. Cyclones can occur between November and May. It is important to pay attention to weather forecasts and heed all warnings. For more information, call NT Tropical Cyclone Warning Service on 1300 659 211 or visit www.bom.gov/au.

Natural Hazards: Saltwater Crocodiles are protected by law and abound in most NT waterways including Darwin Harbour. Please take care and heed warning signs when swimming or wading in any Territory waterways, especially at night.

Box Jellyfish are found in Top End waters from October to May. It is recommeded that you do not swim in the ocean during this time, as these jellyfish deliver a painful, sometimes fatal sting. Vinegar neutralises tentacles still attached to the sting victim and should be carried at all times.

Distances from Darwin: Katherine 317km, Kununurra 830km, Alice Springs 1498k. Litchfield National Park is approx 1.5 hours drive from Darwin, and Kakadu National Park will take approx 3 hours.

Great Holiday Itineraries

See some of our Top End highlights with a package that is perfect for first time visitors to Darwin. Stay in the centre of town,

walking distance to the waterfront and plenty of pubs and restaurants. Take a cruise along Darwin Harbour onboard a

catamaran that is perfect for taking in the balmy Darwin weather and join a tour to Litchfield where you can swim and walk

around natural pools and waterfalls.

Explore one of the world’s last wilderness frontiers on your own by 4WD. From the rugged inland ranges and spectacular gorges, to the pristine coastline, be captivated by this timeless land.

Kakadu and beyond come and see what you may have missed last visit.

Choose from one of our custom designed self-drive packages which have been created to ensure that you get to experience the most of what the region has to offer. Alternatively speak to one of our consultants to tailor make your own individual itinerary:

Arnhem Land is one of the last great frontiers, the perfect destination for those wishing to escape the crowds and gain a true wilderness and cultural experience.

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