With a seemingly endless summer, Darwin is a place where just about everything happens outside. The city’s beaches, foreshores and open spaces are home to a mixture of cultural, art and music festivals, as well as markets and outdoor cinemas. The wild weather and surrounding country also make Darwin an exciting place to live; you might see surfers braving rough conditions and box jellyfish at Nightcliff Foreshore, or hikers dodging a scrub fire on their way to Kakadu National Park. It’s worth meeting this friendly community of laidback locals – just keep an eye out for crocodiles.
Darwin in Photos showcases images of Darwin’s many ‘faces’ – both iconic places and hidden gems. See the city through a travel photographer’s eyes and you’ll surely appreciate why Darwin is one of Australia’s most culturally rich and scenic cities.