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about the city
population, Language, currency, plug point, emergency no, time zone
entry requirements and best time to visit
Getting In & Around
no direct bus or train connection. Shuttle Bus services are available (~A$15-25), Taxi: A$25-40 to city center/metered (additional charges may apply) Darwin Radio Taxis: +61 13 10 08, Blue Taxi Company: +61 8 8981 3777, additional A$4 airport toll.
Public Transport: Paper tickets are available onboard a bus or at bus interchange. These are issued only for single ticket and daily tickets. for Multi tickets and weekly tickets, you need to get a Tap and Ride card. Tap and Ride cards are rechargeable top up cards.
Tickets: Single ticket (3hrs) A$3, Daily A$7 valid till service lasts, Multi trips (10 trips/3hrs each) A$20, Weekly ticket(7 days) A$20.
See & Do
Opening hours: 9am-6pm, Tickets: Adult: A$32, Child: A$20, Cage of Death from A$165, Address: abc, website: www.crocosauruscove.com, phone no: +61 08 8981 7522
Indo-Pacific Marine Exhibition:
Opening hours: 105am-4pm, Tickets: Adult: A$24, Child: A$10, Address: 29 Stokes Hill Road, Darwin, phone no: +61 08 8981 1294,
Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory:
Opening hours: 9am-5pm on weekdays, from 10am on weekends, Tickets: Free, Address: 19 Conacher St, Fannie Bay, Darwin, website:www.magnt.net.au, phone no: +61 08 8999 8264, Email:[email protected]
Mindil Beach: One of the popular beach of Darwin, the beach holds sunset markets between April and October. Vesteys Beach: another beach on Fannie bay, northwestern part of Darwin. Lameroo Beach: small beach close to CBD. Casuarina Beach: Little far in the north, about 15 km from CBD. there are some other small beaches around.
George Brown Botanic Gardens: 42 hectares of garden, north of Darwin city.
Opening hours: 7am-7pm, Tickets: Free, Address: Gilruth Ave & Gardens Rd, visit website. take bus number 7 to reach here.
Charles Darwin National Park: 13 square kilometers park south west of Darwin. Opening hours: 8am-7pm, visit website