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達爾文地區 (Darwin Area)

達爾文(Darwin),北領地(Northern Territory)活力十足的首府,是個受亞洲影響與受西方世界影響一樣深遠的城市。

來自世界各地的人們在這個城市裡共享輕鬆寫意的生活風格,達爾文(Darwin)位在半島上三面環海。 這是個沒有冬天的地方,這裡的天氣常常被形容為溫和或悶熱。 達爾文(Darwin)是個設施完善的城市,擁有人們對比它更大得多的城市所期待的許多便利設施。 觀賞夕陽餘暉和暴風雨是本地的消遣活動,而經歷一場清潔大地的陣雨過後您彷彿可以聽見萬物生長的聲音。

貝瑞泉國家公園(Berry Springs Nature Park)位於達爾文(Darwin)以南一小時車程處,這是一個游泳和休閒娛樂區,而熱門的領地野生動物園(Territory Wildlife Park)就在隔壁。 附近的阿得萊德河(Adelaide River)上有定期的跳躍鱷魚航遊,提供一睹鹹水鱷從水中立起身來的機會。 沿斯圖爾特公路(Stuart Highway)更往南行可至李治菲特國家公園(Litchfield National Park),您可以在這裡滾滾而下的瀑布下清涼一下,並觀賞獨特的磁白蟻丘、季風雨林和奇形怪狀的岩石水潭等景觀名勝。

達爾文(Darwin)北方則是提維群島(Tiwi Islands),遊客可以在這裡分享提維(Tiwi)族人的文化。 參加安排好的旅行團並購買一些本地藝術和工藝品、和本地的一些提維族(Tiwi)淑女們邊喝比利茶邊閒聊、或在島嶼四周的清澈水域釣魚。



  • 常见问题解答

    Do I need any passes or permits to visit Darwin?

    Visiting Darwin itself doesn't require any special passes or permits.

    Recreational fishing in most areas does not require a licence.

    You will need a permit while on Aboriginal land in areas outside Darwin such as the Tiwi Islands. For more information, check with the Northern Land Council or the Tiwi Land Council, or at the Tourism Top End Visitor Information Centre in Darwin.


    How do I get around Darwin?

    The city centre is walkable and well connected with foot and bike paths. You can find Spinway NT bike hire stations at a number of locations around the city.

    There are a number of transport hire operators where you can hire cars, campervans, four-wheel drives and more.

    For public transport, a bus network runs throughout the city and suburbs connecting to popular destinations. Taxis and ride-share company, Hi Oscar, are also convenient ways to get around Darwin.


    How do I get to Darwin?

    All major airlines operate short daily flights into Darwin International Airport from Australia's capital cities. International flights arrive from Singapore, Philippines and Indonesia. Alternatively, you can take the Ghan train journey, or drive north from Adelaide along the famous Explorers Way.


    How far is Darwin from the nearest city or major town?

    The drive from Darwin to Jabiru – the heart of Kakadu National Park – takes around three hours, as will a trip south to Katherine.

    If you want to head into the Red Centre, Alice Springs is just a couple of hours' flight south, or take some time to drive the 1500 kms to Alice Springs via the famous Explorers Way.


    What are the major attractions in Darwin?

    Take a walk through the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets (Thursday and Sunday evenings between April and October), enjoy a dip at the Waterfront Wave Lagoon, learn about the city's fascinating WWII history, take a harbour cruise, enjoy world-class fishing or find out some interesting facts about Australia in Darwin’s museums.

    Check out the day trips and guided tours on offer for the chance to explore Darwin with a local.


    What day trips can be done from Darwin?

    Darwin is the perfect base for day trips to Litchfield National Park, Berry Springs, Adelaide River, Mary River, Lake Bennett and the Tiwi Islands. Popular activities are fishing trips, harbour cruises, scenic flights, cultural experiences, historical tours, walking tracks, and swimming.


    What should I bring with me to Darwin?

    Darwin is equipped with modern facilities and shopping options, so whatever you need you can find here. Bring some laid-back apparel suitable for warm weather, and make sure you protect yourself against the sun and heat with lightweight clothing, hat, sunglasses and sunscreen. Comfortable walking shoes are a must, and if you're visiting from November to April, you should also bring a light rain jacket. 閱讀更多

    When is the best time to visit Darwin?

    From May to October, the dry season weather is warm and pleasant with sunny days and cooler nights. Visit during the Dry to explore all of the attractions in the surrounding national parks, and experience the buzz of the sunset markets.

    From November to April, the wet season is warm and tropical, with stunning summer thunderstorms. Travel in the Wet to experience flowing waterfalls and smaller crowds.


    Where should I go next from Darwin?

    To the east of Darwin lie Kakadu National Park and Arnhem Land with some of the most spectacular landscapes on Earth. To the south, Berry Springs and Litchfield National Park are stunning, as is the township of Katherine and Nitmiluk Gorge. You can explore these regions in a single trip by following the Nature's Way driving route - give yourself at least a week to get the most out of your adventure.