Darwin's only downtown beach.
WWII Oil-Storage Tunnels
You can escape from the heat of the day and relive your Hitchcockian fantasies by walking through the WWII oil-storage tunnels. They...
During the Dry, the Darwin Film Society runs this fabulous outdoor cinema below the southern end of the Esplanade. Watch a movie under...
Go Sushi Train
Pull up a stool at this hip sushi circuit, hidden down a lane off Mitchell St. Despite the obscure location it's hugely popular, and...
Mitchell St · interesting places nearby
Parliament House information
At the southern end of Mitchell St is the elegantly box-like Parliament House, which opened in 1994. Reminiscent of Southeast Asian colonial architecture, it's designed to withstand Darwin's monsoonal climate. Attend one of the tours exploring the cavernous interior on Saturday at 9am and 11am. No booking required. The building also houses the Northern Territory Library .