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Best things to do in Darwin

Museum
“Magnificent gallery with outstanding Indigenous art as well as Sweetheart, the giant crocodile. Entry is free with a wonderful cafe at the end of it overlooking Fannie Bay.”
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Museum
“Darwin was one of the few places on the Australian mainland to be directly attacked by the Japanese during WW2, with 300 bombs being dropped on the city in February 1942. You can learn about the history of Darwin’s experience in the war in various significant sites around the city, as well as the highly informative Defence of Darwin Experience, the adjacent Darwin Military Museum, the Aviation Heritage Centre, and the Cenotaph overlooking Darwin Harbour.”
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Museum
“Fannie Bay Gaol is a historic gaol in Darwin, Australia. The gaol operated as Her Majesty's Gaol and Labour Prison, from 20 September 1883 until 1 September 1979. The gallows remain on public view, and visitors can push the lever that operated the trap. The prison was damaged, along with much of Darwin, by Cyclone Tracy in 1974.”
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Art Gallery
“A great changing exhibition space. Get a sense of what it was like for the people of Darwin to go through Cyclone Tracy in the sound room. MAGNT is a beautiful spot that has a lovely eating spot- Cornucopia Cafe”
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Museum
“This is highly reccommended as it has a very good history of Cylcone Tracey,The Bombing Of Darwin and much more and is situated on the wharf eatery so can even grab a bite to eat or a drink afterwards”
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Museum
“The Darwin Aviation Museum (formerly known as Australian Aviation Heritage Centre) is an accredited Northern Territory tourism attraction hosting 30,000 visitors each year. The Darwin Aviation Museum is the commercial arm of the Aviation Historical Society of the Northern Territory. The Society was established in December 1976 by a group of enthusiasts who sought to preserve aviation artefacts and World War II aircraft salvaged after the destruction resulting from Cyclone Tracy.”
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Art Gallery
“The Northern Territory has a fascinating indigenous history, and there’s plenty of ways to learn about it: in particular, galleries such as the Aboriginal Bush Traders, Outstation Gallery and Mbantua Fine Art Gallery are well worth a visit for art lovers, and you can enjoy excellent indigenous cultural tours at the Pudakul Aboriginal Culture tours, just under an hours’ drive from Darwin.”
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Store
“A good selection of art, including aboriginal art and printed cloth, ceramics and jewellery.”
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Art Gallery
“Outstation Gallery, in the Parap Village works directly with Aboriginal owned art centres. They present and promote contemporary Indigenous art from both emerging and established artists.”
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Art Gallery
“Great range of aboriginal art and other local artists. Cards fabrics rugs too.”
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Art Gallery
“Run by locals and often has small events on with a lovely crowd of people around.”
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Art Gallery
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Art Gallery
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Library
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Library
“Free Wifi in an impressing building. Mo-Fr: 10 am - 5 pm Sa-Su: 1 pm - 5 pm www.ntl.nt.gov.au”
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