Darwin, Australia travel tips

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Australia is on the southern hemisphere, meaning Christmas is in the summer. A bit confusing, but you will get used to it!

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Straight roads for hours, an open continent and lots of fun. The recipe for a perfect roadtrip! Just rent a car in Darwin and off you go, have the adventure of your life!

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Visiting the Australian continent obviously includes a flight. The closest airport to Darwin is Darwin International Airport.

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Darwin Football Club is the city’s most prominent sporting team. If you feel like catching a game look online for ticket information.

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One thing is for sure, Australians do know how to live. Sykcity may not be cheap, but it is a great hotel!

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Make a reservation at Accommodation of Eden is you are in need of a place to stay. Try calling or online.

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Ashton Lodge is a great way to lay your head for a night. Cheap, but decent service.

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The Darwin Festival showcases a feast of local, national and international performances. Must see!

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Feel like going outdoors? Visit the Bicentennial Park. It is a lovely park along The Esplanade overlooks Darwin Harbor.

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Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory is great rain day program!

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Never drink and drive, the Police are ruthless on the matter!

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Liquor is easy to come by in Darwin, but you have to be over 18, otherwise you will not be served! Humpty Doo Tavern is a good place.

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Have a date for the night but no idea where to eat? Make a reservation at Evoo Restaurant and impress!

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Looking for a fair priced restaurant in Darwin? Just Google Lewinsky's, they have great service and amazing food.

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Eating smart is not that difficult as Darwin provides countless options. Feel like fueling up? Visit The Tap.

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If you cannot find something on the Internet just visit the local tourist office and get informed!

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If you run into trouble just dial triple zero (000) and state your emergency. Be clear and concise, and help should arrive soon!

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December to March is quite rainy, the climate is characterized as tropical savannah.

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If you do not understand someone's Aussie English just ask politely to repeat the sentence!

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In Australia aim to tip the bellman or porter $2 to $4 Australian dollars per bag. For four or five star hotels, tip towards the larger amount.

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