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Visit the Darwin Open Gardens Scheme participating gardens to see a variety of landscapes, tropical plants, exotic palm trees and Australian native flora.
Venues available for all sorts of functions around Darwin, from small yoga groups to weddings and conferences.
Top End Ballroom is a new ballroom dancing group based in Palmerston. April 2021 Update Afternoon everyone We are now dancing 💃 the first Saturday Afternoon
Come and join line dancing and have fun! You don’t need a partner, but if you have a partner you can both enjoy line dancing, one thing is you get to
Flea markets are always a popular place to visit and great places to unload all that stuff you don't need anymore.
Nightcliff Seabreeze Festival 2021 on 7 & 8 of May will bring you music, visual arts and community activities
The Darwin 2021 Calendar of events is uncertain after the experience of Covid-19 in 2020
NTFL Games for the men's Premier 2020/21. The Darwin football season runs from October to March while the southern states are in recess.
Malak Markets every Saturday from May to October at the Malak Shops rear car park for art, crafts, organic products and delicious food.
The NTFL Ladder for the 2020/21 season is updated weekly showing how the Northern Territory Aussie Rules clubs are progressing through the Darwin football season.
Games for NTFL Women in 2020/21 - dates, times and venues for AFL women's football in Darwin.
Join Australia for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, for our first International Women’s Day online event on Monday 8 March 2021. The event “Empowering. Inspiring.
Under a COVID-19 Safety Plan - Come and have fun with - “Letz Dance with Maree and Friends”. This is a Social dancing group that enjoys Sequence and
Looking for Darwin vacation ideas? here are some tips on sightseeing, fishing tours, outback tours, accommodation and just plain enjoying the place.
Darwin birds such as Brahminy Kites, Black Kites, White Sea Eagles are often seen circling above the suburbs , beaches and creeks, even if they are difficult to photograph.
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