Where: Festival Park and various venues around Darwin
Darwin’s annual arts festival is like no other in Australia. The Festival, defined by the Top End’s Indigenous cultures and proximity to South-East Asia, is as unique as the city itself. Festival Park is the heart of the celebration of music, theatre, visual art, dance, cabaret and more.
Bamboo food stalls and pop-up bars transform the centre of the city for a precious few weeks every dry season. Festival goers can be seen at the long communal tables enjoying Darwin’s legendary multicultural food before heading to one of the many venues in the park.
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Million Dollar Fish is back so it's time to start planning and booking your next fishing trip to the Top End.
Tagged barramundi now active across the Top End, the first caught and verified collects the prize! Remember to register your participation, there's an additional prizes to be won in association with this great angling event.
Looking for something to do this Saturday morning? Parap Village Shops & Saturday Market houses a diverse gathering of stallholders who set up under shady trees, awnings and umbrellas to provide an impressive range of quality Territory wares and amazing food available at market prices, direct from the creator. Open every Saturday from 8am - 2pm, the markets are located within the Parap Village Shopping Centre - just 5 minutes from the CBD.
When: Every Saturday 8am-2pm
Where: Parap Rd, Parap (5 minutes from Darwin CBD)
Live like a local with a casual wander around Nightcliff Markets on a Sunday. Stalls display a wide variety of original crafts such as copper sculptures, fairy dresses, hemp designer clothing and traditional Asian crafts.