Staying Cool in Darwin

Local Author Sue Moffitt shares some tips on staying cool in Darwin at Dawn – Smell the peaty undergrowth and check out the tiny drops of water as they hang precariously from the leaves. Wander through the palm forest, check out the delicate orchids at the plant house. It’s dawn in the Botanic Gardens. For more information about Darwin in the Wet go to:

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Crocosaurus Cove

Bringing together some of the largest Saltwater Crocodiles in Australia & boasting the World’s largest display of Australian reptiles, Crocosaurus Cove is a must see attraction when visiting Darwin and the Top End. Bring your bathers and Swim with the Crocs, jump on our Fishing for Crocs platform and smile for the camera while holding a baby Saltwater Crocodile. Check out the Barramundi, Archer Fish & Whiprays in our 200,000 litre fresh water aquarium and visit our turtles in our Top End Turtle Billabong. All of this and more awaits you at Darwin’s ultimate urban wildlife experience…right in the heart of Mitchell Street, Darwin City. –[...]

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Enjoying the Wet Season

Some great tips for enjoying the wet close to Alatai Apartments thanks to Sue Moffitt, local Author of  ‘Darwin in the Wet‘. Visit the George Brown Botanic Gardens and stroll through the rainforest.  Smell the peaty undergrowth, listen to the noises of the bush including the distant honking of magpie geese.  Coincide your walk with coffee at Eva’s, where colourful orange and white flowering shrubs line the pathway and palm trees wait patiently for a breath of wind. The old wooden church has been re-invented to house a unique cafe with relaxing supper club music and a great outdoor[...]

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