Darwin NT. Ingrained in our collective
imaginations as remote and rugged, but
in fact one of Australia’s most exciting,
colourful and interesting cities. Ancient
and modern, influenced by facts completely
different to the rest of the country, it offers
a unique tropical lifestyle. Stand on the
beach on a balmy evening, watching the
sun go down, enjoying the fruits of Asia
and the Territory, relaxing with friends old
and new. We hope that you will find why
it is that people fall under its spell and
choose to stay.
Wednesday 18th May
Afternoon registration at Club Tropical Resort breezeway. Our Sunset Welcome Party will be by the pool with
drinks and finger food from 6pm.
Thursday 19th May
Wander through the cool, tropical George Brown Botanic Gardens in the heart of Darwin then visit the
acclaimed Darwin Aviation Museum to see the B52 bomber. Lunch will be on the balcony at Eva’s Restaurant in the Gardens. In the evening, take in the sunset and the exotic atmosphere while we browse, dine and relax under the palms at Mindil Beach Sunset Markets.
Friday 20th May
Visit the evocative blue cypress pine oil distillery, Kakadu Blue, and sample their products. Then take a short
trip to the NT Art Gallery and Museum which has an amazing collection of northern history, art and artefacts
relating to Indigenous, Asian and European settlements. It also houses a Cyclone Tracey exhibit. An even
shorter trip along Fannie Bay for lunch at the Trailer Boat Club, a famous Darwin meeting spot.
In the evening, a walk through the WW2 Underground Oil Storage Tunnels will be followed by sunset dinner and a show at another local institution, the Deckchair Cinema.
Territory 22 Program