Darwin, 127.0000 inhabitants, is Australian Northern Territory capital. Rebuilt twice in modern times (because of Japanese bombing in World War 2, and after a cyclone) is one of the most modern cities of Australia.
Darwin is the main crossing point from Australia to Indonesia and Asia. City is facing north, overlooking Indian Ocean and enjoying tropical climate.
Darwin climate, excluding wet season (December / January), is warm and pleasant life and main city activities take place outdoors and at the beach.
Surrounding nature is impressive, ranging from endless sandy beaches to Kakadu National Park and Lichtield National Park, which attract thousands of tourists (Darwin first resource with mining industry) during the dry season, from April to September.
A handicap for those who love the sea, however, comes from swimming from October to May, due to the presence of the Box Jellyfish, very poisonous jellyfish risks (swimming is only allowed in full wetsuit). Ask locals before taking a bath or a canoe ride, because of presence of crocodiles too!
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