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The dry season is the best time to visit Darwin when the climate becomes pleasant and quite predictable. On the other hand the wet season is unpredictable with risk of cyclones and floods. You can experience year-round sunshine and so carrying and wearing lightweight summer clothes like T-shirt and shorts will be the best choices of dress.

The Casuarinas Shopping Enters have the largest number of retail shops in the Northern Territory of Darwin along with other retail centres at Karama, Hibiscus, Nightcliff, Rapid Creek, North-lakes and Palmerston. The Casuarina contains group shops, banks, offices and other important buildings too.

The Coles and Woolsworths supermarkets are open every day except Christmas and Good Friday. Shopping is really easy at these places with a lot of variety and fresh and updated products. Do not miss out Coolalinga, Darwin CBD, Fannie Bay and Parap, Nightcliff Mall, Nightcliff Aralia St. Shops and several others

Darwin, being at just the tip of Australia, is a place of vibrant colours, captivating sounds, exquisite food and lush vegetation. It's tropical climate makes it one of the country's tourist hotspots during summer. A bike ride along the city allows travellers to enjoy the striking sights and sounds. Because of warm climate, most activities and festivals take place in the open areas such as parks, markets and beach-fronts. For a glimpse of the diverse culture and history, take a trip to the Museum and Art Gallery. Admire various artworks of the Aborigine tribes, local crafts and artefacts to get a taste of history.

Travellers can get a ride to other famous destinations such as the Litchfield National Park, Tiwi Islands and the Kakadu National park. Also, just within the city's precincts, nature lovers can relax in the Botanic Garden, a beautiful paradise blessed with tropical flowers and lush vegetation. There are places of worth that makes your tour a blessed time. Places like Ecological Parks, Casuarina Coastal Reserve, East Point Reserve, fishing parks, heritage and exhibition centres selling Australian handicrafts.

Eating out is a great way to step into Darwin's vibrant multiculturalism, whatever your budget maybe. You can start with the weekend markets where footstalls serve delicious and cheap cuisine: Vietnamese soups, Japanese satay lotong and fresh Thai paw-paw salad as well as fresh juices, coffee and pancakes.

In the city, it's in the arcades and back lanes that you can find the best places to eat. Cavenagh Street, Sari Rasa serves Indonesian favourites such as tender beef and terong pedas for more than 20 years. The Off Smith Street Mall on Darwin's old picture theatre, the Star Arcade, Simply's Vegetarian Cafe and the Malaysian Laksa House provide the ultimate mouth-watering delicacy. Few other eating joints include Four Birds Cafe, Hanuman, Saffron, Tasty House, Char, The Roma Bar and many others

Touring Darwin can be a real joy with ordered and spacious feel to it. The wide roads, low buildings and expansive lawns add to your trip to the top-most-tipped country of Australia. The tropical chaos is created where streets give away to mangrove estuaries, coloured foliage and High Ocean tides.

Darwin is surprisingly cosmopolitan, youthful, multicultural and also the hottest Australian city in more than one way. In the tourist-friendly dry season in full swing, you get to explore Darwin and its surrounds in a better way. It offers plenty to travellers. Boats around the harbour, chairs and tables spread out of streets, bars and restaurants, museums that depict the city's past and galleries showcasing the rich indigenous art.


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