Darwin may be Australia’s most surprising capital city. Set on a stunning harbour, there’s a palpable energy here, thanks to a glorious tropical climate, youthful population and vibrant arts scene.
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Kakadu National Park may get all the glory but Litchfield National Park certainly deserves its share of the spotlight.
The town of Katherine is the gateway to Nitmiluk National Park, an area rich in breathtaking gorges, raging waterfalls and thermal springs.
Popular choices include laksa, Vietnamese banh mi and Thai stuffed chicken wings.
For a laidback lunch, locals flock to The Cav.
We like Seoul Food and not just for its clever name; this is Darwin’s first Korean restaurant.
Popular for romantic proposals, Pee Wee’s has a magical charm ideal for a special night out.
You don’t have to be vegetarian or vegan to appreciate Karma Café and Fitness but those that are will certainly be impressed.
Eva’s has a minimal menu – think granola and banana breads, sandwiches, toasties and salads – but it has maximum charm.
If you’re in the mood for a gutsy T-bone, a rare eye fillet or maybe even a Wagyu rump cap, this is the place for you.
Breezy and laid-back, this café is perfect for families: chill out on the bright beanbags while the kids free-range over the lawns or the beach.
To buy something reflective of the region and city, look no further than The Mall.
It may be best known for the Saturday morning markets but Parap Shopping Village is a worthy shopping destination mid-week, too.
For food, crafts, handmade souvenirs and more.
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