Darwin / Australia
Off the natural bay of the port there is much to admire. In the harbor, sunken ships from the Second World War lie underwater. Divers can explore the wreck, there settle lots of new corals. It is possible to explore the harbor by boat. You are offered sailing trips and tours. At high tide in Aquascene in the Doctors Gully there are many hungry fish that can be fed here by hand.
The modern city center has as its center a nice pedestrian area with sophisticated architecture. The city provides a vibrant multi-cultural atmosphere created by the many immigrants. The Litchfeil National Park invites you to swim.
The famous Kakadu Park hosts thousands of waterfowl.
In the Crocodile Farm, south of the city, giant crocodiles are seen.
Stokes Hill Wharf, Indo pacific Marine is an oceanographic exhibition with aquariums, Australian Pearling Exhibition, an exhibition of the early days of pearl diving to modern pearl farming.
Christ Church Cathedral, the original building (built in 1902) was destroyed by the cyclone 'Tracy', but later rebuilt. The heavy altar consists of a single massive jarrah trunk.
Museum & Art Gallery of the NT has an exhibition of Aboriginal and Tiwi culture and is a biological research institute in order to catalog newly discovered plant and animal species.
Botanical Gardens was laid a century ago. There more than 400 tropical palm species, a rainforest in small format with a waterfall and a pond and the orchid garden can be admired. In the southern part of the botanical garden there is an amphitheater.
The Fannie Bay Gaol Museum located on the same-named bay on East Point Road, is built in the old prison from 1883 proson used until 1979.
East Point Reserve, about 2,000 wallabies inhabit the grasslands. Lake Alexander is a small lake (salt water), which is year-round suitable for swimming.
Mindil Beach Sunset Market, Darwin's probably most popular market
Parap Village Market, Asian specialties
Rapid Creek Market, the oldest market in Darwin