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Best things to do in Northern Territory

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

“Amazing collections of local art, culture and natural sciences including Tactile Arts - the craft and design centre on the precinct with National Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Art Awards opening in August through to November. Beautiful location with cafe on site and next to the Ski club for a bucket of prawns and drinks at sunset ”
64 locals recommend
“Litchfield National Park is a must see if you're in the Top End. It's home to several stunning waterfalls that cascade into crystal clear pools.”
38 locals recommend
“Must visit on Saturday all year in Parap to grab a coffee, a papaya and lime juice, a laksa and fresh flowers, fruit and veg and to experience the Darwin lifestyle. Market also sells locally made, gifts, clothes, arts and crafts ”
44 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“A huge selection of shops including supermarkets, cinema, retail and medical and dental.”
30 locals recommend
“Open everyday from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. Great place to see real crocodiles and other Australian reptiles.”
33 locals recommend
Indie Movie Theatre
“Spend an evening under the stars at the Deckchair cinema. A must when visiting Darwin. You can get dinner here most nights - check in advance. Hanuman's often has a food stall here!”
33 locals recommend
Asian Restaurant
“They serve a mix of Thai, Indian, and Malaysian food and the dishes are excellent. Each dish is done exceptionally, and I would recommend this place to anyone looking for a place with great atmosphere, close to the city, and wants a guaranteed great meal! ”
23 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“The Mindil Beach Markets - are a spectacle your kids will love. From market stalls selling all kinds of cheesy trinkets, buskers and fire twirlers, pony rides, jumping castles and masses of stalls with food from all over the world, this place is an assault on your senses. Make sure you get a juice and head to the beach with the throngs of people to watch the sunset display. Very family friendly!”
22 locals recommend
“The Darwin Wave Pool is great for all ages as it has a babys pool,The wave Pool and a big lagoon that is all safe to swim in.Has some shady spots with umbrellas and deck chairs but need to get there early to get one.also the wharf eatery is in walking distance as well as the waterfront for a meal,icecream or a cold beer”
26 locals recommend
“Kakadu has lots of old aboriginal art drawn on the rocks at various locations throughout Kakadu.Suggest if you travel out there you stay out there for a week as the various places are all scattered in a vast area”
15 locals recommend
“Huge market on Thursday and Sunday night in dry season, great food, local arts and crafts, sunset on Mindil Beach ”
28 locals recommend
“Darwin Casino is one of the renowned Skycity chain of casinos; it was the second casino to ever open in Australia, and is the only casino in Darwin. The interior is well-appointed, and as well as an excellent collection of tables and machines, you’ll also find world-class restaurants, elegant bars and even resort accommodation including the Skycity Infinity Pool. Even if you’re not into gambling, it’s fun to wander around the resort and take in the beautiful setting and the plush atmosphere.”
14 locals recommend
“Very popular for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Great relaxing location - close to the ocean.”
21 locals recommend
“This is one of the best restaurants in Darwin for fine dining with an awesome view overlooking the harbour”
20 locals recommend
“It has wallabies, birds, great views of Darwin city, bike & walking tracks & history. ”
21 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Fabulous Sunday market with good food, clothes, produce, music, massage and very relaxed local vibe. Go for a walk on Nightcliff foreshore and a swim in the pool. ”
17 locals recommend