Darwin tiene un clima tropical y está rodeado de una flora y fauna impresionantes, además de un sinfín de playas que atraen a miles de turistas cada año. Sin embargo se debe tener cuidado durante los meses de octubre y mayo por la presencia de medusas venenosas y cocodrilos.
The city is very close to Southeast Asia and for this reason it is a popular passageway for those seeking to venture into Indonesia or Timor. It is also full of culture due to its aboriginal influence and the stories of survival during the second world war.
The “Markets” are an institution in Darwin. They are food places gathered in well-known markets such as the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets, or the Parap Village Markets, with more than 30 years of history, where you can enjoy all kinds of international food and they are a must for everyone who visits this city.
Darwin is characterized by its outdoor, relaxed and multi-cultural lifestyle. It is a small city where it is easy to get around and where entertainment events abound.
Whether in the city center or the surrounding suburbs, Darwin will always have the ideal accommodation for students. These are our recommendations.
Stuart Park is a suburb with excellent public transportation and just minutes from the central business district, ideal for young students. They also offer a shopping center and combine large old houses with modern apartments to suit many lifestyles. It is a quiet, safe area and close to many parks.
Located on the coast, Fannie Bay is close to some of the best beaches in the city. It offers recreation, sports, and education, and is just a 10-minute drive from the central business district. Fannie Bay is also close to Charles Darwin National Park.
With parks, gardens and walking trails, it’s no wonder Wulagi is one of Darwin’s favorite northern suburbs. With easy access to the CBD and the airport, it is ideal for young families.
Located about 25 minutes southeast of the central business district, Gunn is a suburb that offers peace and quiet, with the conveniences of downtown. This trendy suburb has parks and is close to great shopping and movie theaters.
Beneficios de esta ciudad
Ciudad pequeña y tranquila
Oportunidades de trabajo
What can you do in your free time in Darwin?
Litchfield National Park, Mary River National Park and the Tiwi Islands are just a short drive from the city center and feature incredibly diverse landscapes combined with ancient Aboriginal culture. All of them for you to enjoy your free time.
Litchfield National Park
Just a 60-minute drive south of Darwin, Litchfield National Park is possibly the best kept secret in the Northern Territory. The park is full of impressive waterfalls and waterholes that are surrounded by forests that offer a cool respite on hot summer days. A tour of Litchfield is full of contrasts and some of the largest termite mounds in the Top End. Cabin, camping, and trailer sites are just a short drive from the park gates.
Mary River National Park
You can take a cruise or join a fishing boat and experience the lush wetlands of the Mary River, a thriving microcosm of wildlife, birds and fish. Located about an hour east of Darwin, it’s a good place to stop on your way to Kakadu National Park or for a day trip from the city.
The Tiwi Islands are made up of two main islands: Bathurst and Melville, which are located 80 kilometers north of Darwin. Most of the residents are of Aboriginal descent and you will meet some of them on wildlife and cultural tours.
The people of the Tiwi Islands are famous for their traditional lifestyle, stunning artwork, vibrant fabrics and textiles, as well as an exuberant passion for football. Take a day trip from Darwin to the Tiwi Islands to discover why it is known as the ‘Island of Smiles’.
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