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The City of Darwin is the Capital of the Northern Territory and Australia’s most northern-most city. The city is bounded by Beagle Gulf (the Timor Sea) in the north and west, the Shire of Litchfield in the east and Port Darwin in the south.

Darwin is closer to Jakarta than it is to Sydney, and closer to Singapore than it is to Melbourne, so it is no surprise that it is influenced by Asia, which is reflected in its multi-cultural and cosmopolitan outlook, being home to more than 60 nationalities and 70 different ethnic backgrounds.

Whether you visit during the dry season (the peak tourism season) or the wet season (with monsoon rains and high intensity storms that provide spectacular displays of lightning), the Top End offers plenty of activities with plenty of memories to take home.

Following is a list of suburbs in Darwin. Where available, they will link direct to the accommodation page.

Darwin Larrakeyah-The Gardens-East Point Northern Region Southern Region
Alawa
Anula
Archer
Bagot
Bakewell
Bayview
Bellamack
Berrimah
Brinkin
Casuarina
Coconut Grove
Cullen Bay
Darwin
Driver
Durack
East Point
Fannie Bay
Gray
Gunn
Hmas Coonawarra
Howard Springs
Humpty Doo
Jingili
Karama
Knuckey Lagoon
Larrakeyah
Leanyer
Lee Point
Ludmilla
Malak
Marlow Lagoon
Marrara
Millner
Mitchell
Moil
Moulden
Nakara
Nightcliff
Northlakes
Palmerston
Parap
Rapid Creek
Rosebery
Sanderson
Shoal Bay
Stuart Park
The Gardens
The Narrows
Tiwi
Wagaman
Wanguri
Winnellie
Woodleigh Gardens
Woodroffe
Woolner
Wulagi
Yarrawonga
Named after an Aboriginal tribe, The Gardens is named after the Botanic Gardens, which are located in the area. Larrakeyah/The Gardens is an established residential and military area. The Timor Sea foreshore are to the south and west of the area Acacia Hills
Adelaide River
Alyangula
Angurugu
Annie River
Batchelor
Bathurst Island
Bees Creek
Border Store
Borroloola
Cox Peninsula
Croker Island
Daly River
Daly Waters
Darwin River
Delissaville
Elliott
Fly Creek
Galiwinku
Goulbourn Island
Gunn Point
Hayes Creek
Katherine
Lajamanu
Lake Bennett
Lambells Lagoon
Larrimah
Livingstone
Maningrida
Maranboy
Mataranka
McMinns Lagoon
Middle Point
Milingimbi
Millwood
Minjilang
Newcastle Waters
Nguiu
Ngukurr
Nhulunbuy
Numbulwar
Oenpelli
Pine Creek
Point Stephens
Pularumpi
Pulumpa
Ramingining
Southport
Tennant Creek
Tindal Raaf
Tortilla Flats
Umbakumba
Victoria River Downs
Virginia
Wadeye
Wagait Beach
Warrego
Weddell
Winnellie
Woolaning
Yirrkala
Ali Curung
Alice Springs
Areyonga
Barrow Creek
Finke
Haasts Bluff
Hermannsburg
Kaltukatjara
Kintore
Papunya
Santa Teresa
Tennant Creek
Yuendumu
Yulara
City Centre-Wharf Area Larrakeyah-The Gardens-East Point    
Darwin City encompasses:

City Centre
Bicentennial Park
Esplanade (Darwin Harbour)
Fishermans Wharf
Fort Hill Wharf
Port Darwin
Stokes Hill Wharf
Stuart Park
Cullen Bay    
Source: Darwin City Council - Introduction and summary
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WARDS - Darwin

CHAN LYONS RICHARDSON WATERS
Coconut Grove
Jingili
Millner
Moil
Nightcliff
Rapid Creek
Bayview
Darwin City
Fannie Bay
The Gardens
Larrakeyah
Ludmilla
The Narrows
Parap
RAAF Base/Airport
Stuart Park
Winnellie
Woolner
Alawa
Brinkin
Leanyer
Leanyer Swamp
Lee Point
Nakara
Tiwi
Wagaman
Wanguri
Anula
Berrimah
Coonawarra
Karama
Malak
Marrara
Wulagi

Source: Darwin City Council - Municipality of Darwin
 
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