Darwin Day Tours
Runs an afternoon city tour that takes in all the major attractions, including Stokes Hill Wharf, the Museum & Art Gallery and East...
Just across the road from Bicentennial Park, Lyons Cottage was built in 1925. It was Darwin's first stone residence, formerly housing...
If the tourists won't go out to see the crocs, then bring the crocs to the tourists. Right in the middle of Mitchell St, Crocosaurus...
Tap on Mitchell
One of the busiest and best of the Mitchell St terrace bars, the Tap is always buzzing and there are inexpensive meals (nachos, burgers,...
Cheap and cheerful, this hole-in-the-wall curry joint has $7.50 two-curries-and-rice meal deals, eat in or take away.
46 Mitchell St · interesting places nearby
The old Rourke’s Drift pub has been completely remodelled into a sassy restaurant-bar with an Oriental/Indian feel – all dark wood, high-back chairs and bamboo blinds. The bar is enormous, the terrace relatively small and the fusion menu features meze plates, lamb kofta and crispy-skin duckling.