Darwin boasts a unique facet of Australia’s splendid persona. Read on to know about various facets of this invigorating region and various highlights that create an urge in travellers to buy tickets aboard Darwin bound flights.

Ever thought of checking out the immaculate charm of Australia, away from the metropolitan enchantment of Sydney or Melbourne? If yes, board flights arriving in Darwin, the northernmost state capital in Australia. This small yet striking city depicts an incredible model of spectacular blend of laid-back yet cosmopolitan vibe. Moreover, this region impresses travellers from all walks of life. Whether you are a history buff, a nature lover, a culture vulture or an epicurean, Darwin will welcome you with arms wide open. Here’s a list of top highlights of the capital city of Northern Territory that justify the money spent on air tickets to Darwin!


This is one of the best attractions in Darwin. Travellers reserving seats on flights to explore the marine life of Australia can consider visiting Darwin and spend time at AQUASCENE. It is strategically located in Doctors Gully and remains in the top priorities of travellers buying tickets to enjoy an adventuresome holiday with their families. One can take a closer look at various fish species including catfish, bream and milkfish. These species come close to the shore in search of food. Holidaymakers who are keen on feeding the fish must check the schedule before buying admission tickets as feeding time varies. Majority of vacationers also stop by kiosks to find a priceless souvenir.

Mindil Beach Sunset Markets

The name might suggest that this is a haunt just for shopaholics but these markets are not merely a destination for retail therapy rather it is a place to explore local culture and admire spectacular sunsets. Art lovers disembarking flights at Darwin can ill afford to miss out on visiting this beach on Thursdays and Sundays where numerous vendors sell a variety or arts and crafts. One can easily find a memento from numerous handmade wares such as sculptures, puppets, bush art and pottery. Epicureans grabbing tickets to the capital of Northern Territory also contemplate adding these markets to their itineraries. The markets feature an extensive lane of food stalls, serving dishes from five continents. Tarot reading, massages, palm reading and performing arts complete the all-in-one extravaganza of Darwin.

Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

Undoubtedly, this spectacular museum is the most celebrated cultural institution of the entire Northern Territory. Also known as MAGNT, it is located in a tropical garden at Bullocky Point. It opens all through the year except Good Friday, Christmas Day, New Year and Boxing Day. Also, entry tickets are not required to explore the collections of this museum. Most prominent art items here pertain to maritime archaeology, Southeast Asian and Oceanic art and material culture and Northern Territory history and natural sciences. Besides these collections, the facility also hosts several events and annual exhibitions that allure hordes of nature and history lovers to board flight bound for Darwin.

Bicentennial Park

This lush parkland is a part of Darwin City Centre from where one can admire the picturesque views of Darwin Harbour. It is one of the most popular picnic spots among locals and tourists, alike. History cravers spending pounds on tickets on flights to this gorgeous Australian city should also consider visiting this park which is dotted with a monument. This monument commemorates those who died during World War I, indigenous people who lost their lives during World War II and notable citizens of Northern Territory. Holidaymakers booking flights to Darwin for June 2015 can be a part of popular festival, Greek Glenti to explore Greek culture and cuisine.

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