This casual, corrugated-iron warehouse has shelves piled high with camping and bushwalking gear, as well as a range of maps.
Displays and sells art from Arnhem Land and the central desert region.
The office and showroom for three arts communities on the Tiwi Islands.
A popular community market north of the city in the Nightcliff Shopping Centre. You'll will find lots of second-hand goods and designer clothing.
This compact, crowded food-focused market is a local favourite. There's the full gamut of Southeast Asian cuisine, as well as plenty of ingredients to cook up your own tropical storm.
Darwin's oldest market is an Asian marketplace, with a tremendous range of tropical fruit and vegetables mingled with a heady mixture of spices and swirling satay smoke.
Vivid Utopian designs painted on everything from canvases to ceramics.
Surrounded by sex shops, car yards and plumbing supply outlets, Framed presents a surprisingly classy range of NT arts and crafts. The eclectic and ever-changing range is typically tropical, and includes contemporar…
In association with the Darwin Visual Arts Association this popular market is a great way to laze away a Sunday afternoon. The stalls are filled with second-hand treasures, tasty treats and whimsical stalls.
Stocks a broad range of fiction, nonfiction, Australiana and travel books.