City in Australia
Darwin is capital of the Northern Territory and gateway to Kakadu National Park, Australia’s largest. It’s known as a laid-back blend of frontier outpost and modern city. At its heart is the Smith Street pedestrian mall, notable for shops selling Aboriginal art and crafts, South Sea pearls, opals and diamonds. The liveliest part of the waterfront is reachable from the Central Business District via the Esplanade or an elevated walkway.
Area: 112 km²
Local time: Saturday 3:05 PM
Weather: 31°C, Wind N at 24 km/h, 46% Humidity
Population: 116,215 (2012) UNdata
Getting there: 11 h 40 min flight. View flights
Colleges and Universities: Charles Darwin University, Nungalinya College