Darwin, Australia Cruise Port

Darwin has evolved over the years to become one of the most modern cities in all of Australia, so it’s only appropriate that its namesake, Charles Darwin, is known for his theory of evolution. The modernity of the city is due to the fact that it had to be rebuilt once after bombing during the World War II and once again after Cyclone Tracy in the 1970s. Darwin, which sits at the north of the continent, is one of Australia’s closest cities to Asia and offers visitors a beautiful vista with the option of exploring some of Australia’s most protected landscapes. Highlighted below are a few of the best ways to spend your time in Darwin, Australia:

  • Take a day trip to the Litchfield National Park which has waterfalls and pools for swimming. There are dense forests and six foot high termite mounds on this 360,000 acre stretch of land.
     
  • See art from aboriginal cultures along with a wide variety of preserved Australian birds, reptiles and mammals at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory.
     
  • Explore the oil storage wells that were built to protect the city’s oil from air raids during World War II. You can even go into them and learn about their construction.
     
  • Relax as you walk through the beautiful grounds of the Darwin Botanical Gardens. Here you’ll see orchids, boab trees and mangroves.

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