A tour of Darwin’s hidden secrets unearths surprising art and history, writes Tim Richards.
It's hard to imagine the sound and fury that must have enveloped Darwin.
There's something in the water - besides crocs - in the Tiwi Islands. And the AFL would love to bottle it.
Cracking storms, punchy fresh food, gushing waterfalls and a cultural cacophony make the Territory the most exciting destination on our doorstep.
After being forced off the rails for one of the longest periods in its 90-year history, The Ghan is back on track.
With the pandemic still restricting our travel and holiday options, what better time to explore your home city (or the one next door)?
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.
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.