Myilly Point Heritage Precinct
At the far northern end of Smith St is this small but important precinct of four houses built in the 1930s and now on the Register of...
Cullen Bay Dive
Cullen Bay Dive conducts Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) –affiliated instruction courses and wreck dives...
Spirit of Darwin
This fully licensed air-con motor-catamaran does a two-hour sightseeing cruise at 2pm and a sunset cruise at 5.30pm daily from Stokes...
On Mindil Beach, this is Darwin’s flashy casino complex, with accommodation and three restaurants and all the card tables, roulette...
This chic bar-restaurant furnished in Indonesian teak and Mt Bromo lava has a super multilevel deck overlooking the marina and makes a...
Lonely Planet review
At the far northern end of Smith St is this small but important precinct of four houses built 1930−39 (which means they survived both the WWII bombings and Cyclone Tracy!). They're now managed by the National Trust. One of them, Burnett House , operates as a museum. There's a tantalising colonial high tea ($10) in the gardens on Sunday afternoon from 3.30pm to 6pm between April and October.