Things to do in Darwin, NT, Australia
Darwin Festival is an arts and cultural Festival that takes place every August for 18 days in the beautiful tropical city of Darwin.
The Festival offers a unique experience to audiences with many outdoor events thanks to Darwin’s balmy dry season.
Darwin Festival is recognised locally, nationally and internationally as the premier festival for the Top End of Australia and the Asia Pacific Region, and for its quality, diversity and innovation in arts programming and presentation.
Experience Darwin’s fantastic outdoor lifestyle and warm, tropical days and nights at a unique festival celebrating Darwin and its multicultural flavour and Asian connections.
Darwin Festival, 08 8981 0083
Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory
The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory is the main museum in the Northern Territory. The museum is located 19 Conacher Street, Fannie Bay, Darwin.
Open 7 days per week.
Tel: 08 8952 1001
Crocosaurus Cove, in the heart of Darwin City, allows visitors a unique, up close and personal view of massive saltwater crocodiles, crocodile hatchlings, juveniles as well as being home to the World’s largest display of Australian reptiles and the famous Cage of Death. The Cage of Death is the only cage in the world that brings you face to face with some of the largest Saltwater Crocodiles in captivity.
58 Mitchell Street, Darwin City
Tel: 08 8981 7522
Open every day 9am – 6pm (Except Christmas Day)