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Experience Darwin Triple Crown Supercars 2024 | Metro Hotels

Set amongst the tropical beauty of Australia’s Top End, Darwin is a rapidly evolving city that boasts plenty to see and do. From experiences that deepen tourists’ understanding of First Nations people to breathtaking national parks and contemporary hotspots, Darwin has it all. In this guide, we’ll run through 16 Darwin tourist attractions that are a must-see on your next trip.

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Litchfield National Park is a very popular day trip destination from Darwin and Katherine and is home to several spectacular waterfalls cascading into crystal clear pools as well as magnetic termite mounds.

Darwin Waterfront Precinct is popular with visitors and locals looking to enjoy Darwin’s tropical lifestyle.

Embrace the endless summer at Darwin’s Swimming Lagoons – Wave Lagoon and Recreation Lagoon.

Soak up Darwin’s spectacular sunsets and night air on the magnificent waters of Darwin Harbour while enjoying fresh seafood and a cool drink.

The Darwin Festival is a fun and unforgettable festival that celebrates the spirit of Darwin – suitable for all ages!

An iconic event in the Top End, the Darwin Cup Carnival is held during July and August each year with the major race being held on the first Monday of August.

Crocosaurus Cove is home to some of the largest crocodiles in captivity as well as housing the ‘world’s largest display of Australian reptiles’ – all in the very heart of Darwin city in the Northern Territory!

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