Map of Darwin Suburbs

Map of Darwin Suburbs – Click for full size image

Map of Darwin Suburbs – Click for full size image

Darwin is a small city of approximately 130,000 people (2012). It is the Northern Territory’s largest city and also, its capital. Darwin is Australia’s northern-most city and also one of the most modern Australian cities, as much of the city was destroyed in 1974 as a result of Cyclone Tracy.

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Darwin has a tropical savannah climate. Its record high temperature is 39 degrees Celsius and its record low temperature is 10 degrees Celsius. Throughout the year, its average high temperature is 32 degrees Celsius and its average low is 23 degrees Celsius. It has an average of 113 rainy days per year.

One of Darwin’s largest and most important industries is tourism, with the city acting as a starting point for many tourists visiting attractions such as Kakadu National Park, Litchfield National Park and Katherine Gorge.

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