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Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

The museum has a good selection of local artifacts including maritime and natural history exhibits, aboriginal art and a room where you can experience the power of Hurricane Tracy.
Do & See

Indo-Pacific Marine

At this tropical aquarium you can admire living coral, sea horses, clown fish and the lethal Box Jellyfish. Indo Pacific Marine also provides unique night tours of the reef include a seafood dinner. The tour is held at the centre.
Mindil Beach Sunset Market

Mindil Beach Sunset Market

Epitomising outdoor living, this is a very popular rendezvous for families. There are usually 200 stalls selling aboriginal arts and crafts along with musicians and entertainers. A great place for sampling a wide range of food from 60 different food stalls including Thai, Malay, Indonesian, Chinese, Indian, and Greek. There are other markets at Parap (Saturday morning), Rapid Creek (Sunday) and Nightcliff (Sunday).
Do & See

Fish The Top End

Fishing for Barramundi – Australia’s most popular game fish. There are countless companies offering fishing trips. ‘Fish the Top End’ is a travel agency offering a wide selection of river and ocean charter fishing.
Crocodylus Park

Crocodylus Park

Crocodylus Park offers everything you ever wanted to know about crocodiles and then a lot more. They also have a good collection of other Australian animals.
Do & See

Outdoor Deck Chair Cinema

Deckchair Cinema is showing mainly art and non-mainstream films include family favourites, Australian and foreign films in the fresh air. Open from April to November.
Aquascene

Aquascene

Aquascene gives a unique opportunity to touch and hand-feed sea fish at high tide. There are hundreds of friendly local wild fish swim to the shallow shoreline. This is very popular with children.
Do & See

The Didgeridoo Hut

This aboriginal owned and run shop/workshop is half an hour by car down the Arnhem Highway from Darwin. If you ring in advance you may be able to meet and watch artists at work and watch a didgeridoo being made.
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