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A local’s guide to Darwin: soul-stirring sunsets, enlivening art and multicultural markets
Proud Larrakia woman Nicole Brown – Darwin’s 2022 Citizen of the Year – shares her favourite places to eat, unwind and connect with her ancestors in the saltwater city

As told to Nannette Holliday

08, Dec, 2022 @2:00 PM

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Laksa, larrikins and Tropical Light: a visitor's guide to Darwin
Crocodiles and relentless heat aside, Darwin subverts expectations

Katie Cunningham

10, Nov, 2019 @5:00 PM

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The Ghan expedition – exploring Australia's great 'in-between'
From Darwin, through Katherine, Alice Springs, Coober Pedy and finally to Adelaide, the train journey offers travellers something different each day

Gabrielle Jackson

15, Apr, 2017 @10:14 PM

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Kakadu: the Crocodile Dundee tour of Australia's wetland wonderland
Thirty years after Paul Hogan’s smash-hit film put the Top End on the tourist trail, Nikki Marshall takes in some of its locations – and has a much-too-close encounter with a croc called Chopper

Nikki Marshall

15, Mar, 2017 @10:57 PM

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Northern Territory holiday guide: culinary adventures
From witchetty grubs to sapodillas, crocodile meat to laksa, the variety of food and drink on offer in the Top End is rich

Monica Tan

20, Feb, 2017 @10:18 PM

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The foodie traveller … in Little Asia: Darwin’s spiced-up street food vendors
The lively Mindil Beach Sunset Market has stalls every bit as diverse as the population in Australia’s ‘top end’ city; many are south-east Asian and serve up fiery delights, from laksa soup to tempeh chili

Shafik Meghji

14, Aug, 2016 @11:00 AM

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'There were 18 blokes on that plane and only five legs – two were mine'
Last week, 50 veterans and descendants from the original Anzacs travelled from one end of Australia to the other on board the Ghan. Paul Daley joined them as they met old comrades, pondered their history, and remembered the dead

Paul Daley

29, Apr, 2014 @4:37 AM

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True wilderness in Australia's Northern Territory

Emma John skips Australia's popular Red Centre in favour of a true wilderness experience in the less-visited Top End of the Northern Territory and its state capital Darwin, a city on the up

Emma John

28, Feb, 2014 @9:00 PM

A journey derailed

Travelog: Michael White arrived in Australia armed with a pack of Werthers Originals to explore the great dry land Down Under. In the first of his Australian diaries, he takes the 'short' hop from Darwin to explore Kakadu National park before boarding the historic Ghan train.

Michael White

18, Dec, 2006 @1:03 PM

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Week 14: Darwin

Extreme weather, killer jellyfish, creepy crocs and birds with a grudge against backpackers: Darwin certainly keeps Andrew on his toes

05, Mar, 2002 @6:13 PM

Week 15: Darwin to Kakadu National Park

Week 15: Darwin to Kakadu National Park During her first hectic week in Australia, Sue negotiates jumping crocodiles, leeches and dissolving roads, and still finds time to settle the question of whether or not she ever did kiss Paul McCartney...

08, Mar, 2001 @6:52 PM

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