The Darwin Military Museum was originally established as an artillery museum by the Royal Australian Artillery Association Inc to exhibit photographs and artefacts from Darwin's history during World War II. Wikipedia Closes at 5pm
The WWII Oil Storage Tunnels were built during World War II to protect the oil stored in Darwin from Japanese bombing. Located below the cliffs of Darwin City in the Darwin Wharf Precinct on Kitchener Drive, a part of the Waterfront Precinct. Wikipedia
The Australian Aviation Heritage Centre displays aircraft and aircraft engines of relevance to the Northern Territory and aviation in Australia generally. It is located in Darwin, Northern Territory. Wikipedia
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Two iconic Australian stories are told together for the first time in the new Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) Tourist Facility at Darwin's historic Stokes Hill Wharf.
The latest in computer-generated virtual reality and holographic technology is used to tell the story of the RFDS and of the Bombing of Darwin in 1942. The $4 million tourist facility is managed by the RFDS in partnership with NT Tourism and the NT Government.
Enjoy the tropical night air at Darwin's Mindil Beach Sunset Markets every Thursday and Sunday evening between April and October. The markets have a array of stalls offering international cuisine, arts, crafts and entertainment. Their unique combination of great food and an electric atmosphere make a visit a must do.