The festival was first organised to sell beanies crocheted by Aboriginal women in remote communities and has grown into a fun event where Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal artists share their culture and exhibit together.
Territory Day involves a variety of community events, including fireworks, entertainment and plenty of family fun.
Held at the historic Bicentennial Park, the Greek Glenti is a fun and vibrant festival where they share their culture, food, wine, dance and music with locals and visitors.
The exhilarating mixture of food, drinks, art, culture and entertainment for all ages will create an authentic Italian feel.
Most spectacular when the sunlight reaches the chasm walls and floor around noon, the chasm is a significant ‘woman’s dreaming’ site in local culture.
The WWII Tunnels opened as a tourist attraction in 1992 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the bombing of Darwin.
Paul Arnold has spent close to 28 years exploring Australia with 12 years specialising in the unique landscapes of the Northern Territory.