The Northern Territory capital of Darwin gets visited less often by travelers passing through the country given its geographic location and overall seclusion. Those who are lucky enough to make it to this section of Australia will be rewarded with access to unforgettable scenery and national parks.
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June 29, 2012
What started as a ploy to clean up beverage cans that littered the streets during the Cyclone Tracy rebuild in 1974 has turned into a fun annual event in Darwin. The Darwin Beer Can Regatta is the only day of the year where you will happen upon floating watercraft concocted from empty beer and soda cans, bottles or milk cartons, each competing to be named the best.
April 20, 2012
To visit Australia and not visit Uluru (Ayers Rock) would be like bypassing London on a visit to England (excepting the fact that Uluru is Australia’s most recognisable natural icon, and about as far away from a big city as any great tourist attraction can get). So should you visit Uluru: yes!
January 13, 2012
It may be predictable, but when you fly as far away as Australia you want to experience the country’s big hitters, right? Here is our pick of the bunch with a small tip – if you want to see the top attractions in each state, you’re either going to have to spend several weeks behind the wheel of a car or speed things up by flying.
October 26, 2011
Australia offers unique opportunities to explore the incredible diversity of life that lives in its surrounding ocean. In no other single country in the world can you dive with whale sharks and sea dragons and swim & snorkel along the world’s largest reef system.
So in a country as big as Australia, where do you start? Here’s our guide to the standout dive spots in each state.