juki235The Kokoros Crocodile Bay theme park in Darwin, where hundreds of alligators live, they are very strong and fierce. You can feed the crocodiles under the guidance of the staff, which 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.
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Spent 2018 Summer in Darwin, visiting the Mindil Beach to expotentially feel the chill and relax. The Litchfield National Park features a lot of waterfalls and termite mounds including this giant one. Crococsarus Cove houses a pool of crocodile and aligators superstars and nah, not ballsy enough to feel that Cage of Death but reptiles like these are fine.
Darwin is known for many things but specially for being the city with more crocodiles in the world. There are over 250000 crocodiles across Northern Territory, both freshwater and saltwater.
If you want to experience something unique and very existing come to the crocosaurus cove, in Darwin CBD. Here you can learn about crocodiles in Australia and see them very closely.
If you have enough courage, you can even swim with them. Don’t worry you'll be immersed in a fully protected cage. Note that there is a fee for this amazing experience.
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Darwin is one of my favorite places in the world! It’s something between Australia and Thailand. There I saw the best sunsets of my life! it’s a small city but it has a beautiful coastline, nice parks, cool markets and so many crocodiles!!!
During the hot days of Darwin's hot sun, if you don't want to go to the beach to bathe in the sun, I suggest you go to the Crocodile Canyon theme park to kill time. Especially for families with children, this crocodile park in the city is a good place to go, because children are always full of contradictory curiosity and fear of large creatures such as crocodiles and dinosaurs. In addition to knowing some crocodile-related knowledge, this crocodile park also has a very special experience called Death Cage, which brings the contact between humans and crocodiles to the limit. In this project, you will enter a transparent cylinder and be placed in a pool with a huge crocodile. In order to increase the irritation, the staff will also bring a crocodile to your side with a piece of raw meat. The unknowing crocodile will jump up and show you a predator, and a professional photographer will capture it for you. This intense moment.
Darwin is the capital of Northern Australia and a relatively famous tourist city. The British biologist Charles Robert Darwin visited this place in 1839, so the city was named after him. Originally a place of residence for indigenous people, it was developed rapidly after the discovery of gold mines in the 1970s. In 1974, it was severely damaged by the hurricane and later rebuilt to become a beautiful and highly developed city with modern streets and buildings. .
On the city beach on the Indian Ocean, the sea breeze touches everyone's face at night, the market on the beach is lit up with lights, and the young drummer with silver stud earrings is sweating on the stage. The indigenous aunts danced in rhythm, and the onlookers applauded and cheered without hesitation. Buy a few skewers of sauce-filled meat, and then have a milkshake that mixes a variety of fruits and eat while you are shopping. Darwin is like this.
Rather than being a wharf, it is a seaside dining and recreation area, with both green grass and children's swimming pools, as well as many quality cafes and restaurants. I recommend walking around the city road along the mountain road before dinner. On the way, you can pass through the World War II oil storage tunnel. It was reopened in 1992 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Darwins bombing by Japanese troops. Go to the seaside pier to blow the sea breeze and choose a favorite restaurant to dine. The most end of the restaurant, Wharf one, although the price is not cheap, but the main dish is large enough to divide the two, and the taste is quite good, the open-air table can overlook the port. At the Oyster bar not far from it, the oysters are fresh, fat and full of flavors, and the special cocktails are also good. The desserts in the Lime cafe glass cabinets nearby are not so good, but the taste is amazing!