juki235Kokoros Crocodile Bay Theme Park is a reptile park, where you can not only see alligators living in the natural environment, but also other tropical reptiles. You can also feed the crocodile here, the moment the crocodile jumps up to the food is really thrilling.
乖小咪Darwin’s Northern Territory Museum and Art Gallery is a well-known museum in North Australia. It is relatively remote in Australia and has a vast area. It has many indigenous cultures, flora and fauna resources. It is an important agricultural and mining area in Australia. The museum displays The cultural, geological, biological and other aspects of the exhibits here are an important window to understand the North Australia region and are worth visiting.
旅游交友Very convenient, you can go to all the famous attractions in Darwin, as long as you grab the timetable, you can go through all the attractions. Many options for free travellers. It’s just that the price is a bit more expensive, no way, the locals’ consumption is high
M44***33The Parliament building and the library are connected, and there is a free lecture on the Parliament building once a week. The library has some CDs and 3D renderings for understanding indigenous culture, I think they are all pretty good.
乖小咪This is a military museum in Darwin, where many memorials of Australia's fight against Japanese aggression during World War II are displayed. There are many thought-provoking sculptures and weapons and equipment from the Second World War, as well as many historical buildings such as bunkers, and you can come and go if you are interested.
Darwin Municipality Driving:Suitable, Running:Suitable, Cycling:Suitable
In Darwin, the beachside market is also a melting pot of culture and cuisine. People in more than 50 ethnic areas live in Darwin, including Aboriginal, Island residents, Thais, Indonesians, Chinese and Europeans. The beach market food stalls bring together more than 30 exotic flavors. It is a well-deserved city that says it is the most culturally rich in Australia.
Before dawn, I came to Mindil Beach in Darwin. The bright and dazzling hot daylight of the day was already soft. As the sun got closer and closer to the sea level, the clouds in the sky became red and orange, and then gradually turned into rich pink. People who come to watch the sunset on the beach, couples who are cuddling with each other, bald girls who play ukulele alone, big dogs that are excited to run wild...
There is a saying in Darwin: "If you don't like sunsets and markets, you won't like Darwin." Yes, what the city is most attracted to is the sunset at Mindil Beach and the dusk market twice a week. This market is as colorful as all other markets, with a variety of singers, national snacks, and tourist souvenirs. The difference is that in the vocals of the market, you can also faintly hear the sound of waves rising in the distance, watching the sunset sink into the sea.