Buskers, craft stalls, sizzling woks, smoky satay stands, Aboriginal art, jewellery and knick-knacks make for a relaxed stroll. The market runs two to three times monthly – check their website for dates.
Self-caterers should head to the well-stocked Foodland. Note that there’s no takeaway alcohol available here or anywhere in Kakadu.
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.
Twelve kilometres south of Ti Tree, the Red Centre Farm sells unique Territory-style wine – made from mangoes. If that sounds a bit hard to swallow, try the other mango products, such as toppings, marinades and deli…
Piles of secondhand books to sell and trade, including an extensive foreign-language section.
Mainstream bookshop with a good selection of central Australian titles.
Excellent bookshop specialising in central Australian titles: history, art, travel, novels, guidebooks and more.
Large supermarket on Hartley and Bath Sts.