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Driving in Darwin

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Travel in and around the historic, cultural and natural sites of this gateway to the Top End. Visit nature parks and recreation areas to view waterfalls, spring-fed pools and some of the Territory’s premier bird-watching destinations. World War II buffs can explore a bounty of historic sites and museums in the area.


Located 23 kilometres south of Darwin, Howard Springs Nature Park has walking trails through the

rainforest and lush park lands. The park offers shaded picnic areas and barbecue facilities and you can view the barramundi and turtles in the spring-fed pool.


Lake Bennett, situated 87 kilometres south of Darwin, is a man-made lake ideal for safe swimming, canoeing, bushwalking and bird watching. It also has a golf driving range, nine hole course and mini-golf.


Located 76 kilometres south of Darwin, Manton Dam is a popular recreation area, particularly for water skiing and power boating. Picnic and barbecue facilities are set among shady trees.


Adelaide River township was established in 1888 as a station on the North Australian Railway between Darwin and Pine Creek. It is located 114 kilometres south of Darwin along the Explorer's Way. During World War II, the town

was a hive of activity and the site of a major military hospital and supply depot. The site most visited in the town is the impeccably maintained war cemetery which marks the final resting place of 434

Australian, British and Canadian service men and women who lost their life in the Top End during World War II.


Berry Springs Nature Park has two large spring-fed pools and a small waterfall, fringed by pandanus and monsoon rainforest. It is an ideal spot for leisurely barbecues and swimming. Open May to November, it is a favourite relaxation spot for locals and visitors.

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