In the Top End, Barry Divola joins the party as the capital unveils its creative side the best way it knows how: outdoors and after dark.
Lee Atkinson traces six great journeys of six great Australian explorers across deserts, rivers and ranges.
Louise Southerden gains a new sense of space and time on the Ghan's 80th anniversary.
Bruce Elder walks the city with a wartime history, tropical pace and modern edge.
Australians are at last taking an interest in indigenous history and culture, writes Jane E. Fraser.
Andrew Taylor takes the plunge with some of the world's biggest and most fascinating reptiles.
Jo Kennett buckles up for air adventures from Elcho Island to East Timor.
A classic tropical sea port and the capital of the Northern Territory.
Darwin is the capital city of the Northern Territory. Located between Beagle Gulf and Port Darwin and situated on Fannie Bay, Darwin is a thriving centre of over 110 000 people.
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.