With a seemingly endless summer, Darwin is a place where just about everything happens outside. The city’s beaches, foreshores and open spaces are home to a mixture of cultural, art and music festivals, as well as markets and outdoor cinemas. The wild weather and surrounding country also make Darwin an exciting place to live; you might see surfers braving rough conditions and box jellyfish at Nightcliff Foreshore, or hikers dodging a scrub fire on their way to Kakadu National Park. It’s worth meeting this friendly community of laidback locals – just keep an eye out for crocodiles.
Darwin in Photos showcases images of Darwin’s many ‘faces’ – both iconic places and hidden gems. See the city through a travel photographer’s eyes and you’ll surely appreciate why Darwin is one of Australia’s most culturally rich and scenic cities.
The story of the relationship between people of different races in the Northern Territory contains...