Bruce Munro's Field of Light installation at Uluru has attracted more than 450,000 visitors, now Darwin hopes he can do the same for the Top End.
Clean and efficient, this Darwin accommodation is big on views and with a handy CBD location.
Glass and metal explode. Parachutes bloom. I'm falling back down and hit water murky with spilled oil and debris.
Darwin might have a short urban history, but a walking tour digs up plenty of rollicking good stories.
At last the Northern Territory's capital has become a destination in itself rather than just a departure point for surrounding national parks.
No dish provides a taste of Darwin more than crocodile laksa.
While the local barramundi never fails to impress, there is a lot more to Darwin's exciting food scene.
Balmy all year-round, this is an outdoor city, where you can dine on some of the country's best seafood from restaurants on the beach as you watch the red sun dip into the Timor Sea. Head to the colourful, Asian-influenced Mindil Markets, see some crocs, or visit one of Australia's most beautiful naturally-occurring wonders nearby; such as Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks.