Darwin – The Northern Territory of Australia
Darwin, capital and populated city of the Northern Territory, Australia. Darwin is a small port on the bank of Timor Sea and also it is the Australia’s most modern cities.
Larrakia people is the real ancestral of Darwin. In 1839, HMS Beagle sailed into Darwin harbor during the surveying of the area. The area has a tropical climate with a wet and dry season. John Clements Wickham named this region "Port Darwin" in honour of their former shipmate Charles Darwin, who had sailed with them on the ship's previous voyage, which had ended in October 1836.
The settlement there became the town of Palmerston in 1869, and was renamed Darwin in 1911 The city is noted hot climate throughout the year. Prone to cyclone activity during the wet season, Darwin experiences heavy monsoon downpours and amazing lightning shows. During the dry season, the city is met with blue skies and gentle sea breezes blowing from the charming harbour. When we think about and plan for a beautiful places visiting we saw Darwin is the most appropriate option for us because Darwin is one of largest industries of tourism. The most famous place and we say hub for tours to :- Kakadu National Park, Litchfield National Park and Katherine Gorge.
The Territory is traditionally divided into six traditional seasons in Darwin. It is warm and sunny from May to September. Humidity rises during the green season, from October to April bringing thunderstorms and monsoon rains which rejuvenate the landscape. Tourism is largely seasonal with most tourists visiting during the cooler dry season which runs from April to September.