Darwin, Australia is the place to enjoy fresh seafood, go fishing for the catch of a lifetime, watch the sun set while cruising Darwin Harbour and party at the lively clubs and bars. There’s so much to learn and do in Darwin. Experience Darwin’s unique WWII history at East Point Military Reserve, Charles Darwin National Park, Darwin Military Museum and Defence of Darwin Experience and the Royal Flying Doctor Service Darwin Tourist Facility are just some of the locations that played a historic role during WWII. Darwin is no hotter or more humid than Asian destinations such as Bali and Singapore, with year-round temperatures consistently around 32° Celsius, ensuring a fabulous outdoor lifestyle. There is plenty to do and see around town or simply relax, recharge the batteries and enjoy the holiday atmosphere. There is a huge focus on outdoor activities – eating, drinking, shopping, movie-going, sailing and visiting the markets. You can eat laksa on the beach at the sunset markets, catch a band at one of many live music venues, cruise the harbour at sunset or relax in a deckchair watching a movie on the big screen under a canopy of stars. With its diverse mixture of more than 60 nationalities Darwin offers year-round dining to suit all tastes and budgets. Choose from fine dining at East Point, one of many eateries on the Cullen Bay boardwalk, lively Mitchell Street, Darwin Waterfront, the family-friendly Darwin Sailing Club and Darwin Trailer Boat Club at Fannie Bay, Darwin Ski Club, fish and chips on Stokes Hill Wharf, Dinah Beach or Fisherman Wharf...the choice is yours.