Discovered in 1839 and named on the name of Charles Darwin, Darwin became the city’s official name in 1911, Darwin is located on the Timor sea, and is the Capital city of northern territory of Australia and built upon a low bluff overlooking the harbor. Known for its art, wildlife, museums and sunsets markets, Darwin is overall a beautiful city to enjoy in a beautiful weather. The history of Darwin includes gold, crocodiles, world war bombings, cyclone Tracy and a population of hardy pioneers. Museums are the great way to explore the history of Darwin. Darwin experiences a tropical climate with wet and dry season. Darwin is a exciting combination of comfort and adventure, Awesome food and culture and the local attractions that serve as the treat to all its visitors. The city experiences a tropical climate with wet and dry season.
Darwin is one of the fastest growing capital cities with an annual growth rate of 2.6%. The city serves as a gateway for Australians to travel to Asia. Mining industry exceeds $2.5 billion per annum and the majorly resourced minerals are-Zinc, Bauxite and manganese.
8% of the Darwin residents is employed in Tourism business and is expected to increase as Darwin is becoming a popular tourist destination among locals and international tourists.
Largest city in the northern territory with a population of Darwin is 1,45,916.