Museum and Art Gallery of Northern Territory
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Amazing collections of local art, culture and natural sciences including Tactile Arts - the craft and design centre on the precinct with National Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Art Awards opening in August through to November. Beautiful location with cafe on site and next to the Ski club for a…
An excellent regional museum with an exceptional Aboriginal Art collection, Indonesian Maritime exhibition and much more including a great restaurant.
A great changing exhibition space. Get a sense of what it was like for the people of Darwin to go through Cyclone Tracy in the sound room. MAGNT is a beautiful spot that has a lovely eating spot- Cornucopia Cafe
View Sweetheart- the biggest crocodile ever caught. Listen to the sounds of cyclone Tracy
The Museum and Art Gallery of the NT is a family-friendly space with excellent permanent and rotating exhibits. Wander through the impressive NT flora and fauna exhibit, then see and hear the devastation Cyclone Tracy had on the city in 1974. Kids love meeting ‘Sweetheart’, a stuffed 5.1-metre…
This is walking distance from the city or take the Hop on Hop Off bus. Great Art and History of Darwin.
Incredible range of exhibits, air-conditioning, fabulous cafe overlooking the ocean. Free entry!
Outstanding indigenous art and a wonderful history of Cyclone Tracy. Highly, highly recommend a visit!
Magnificent gallery with outstanding Indigenous art as well as Sweetheart, the giant crocodile. Entry is free with a wonderful cafe at the end of it overlooking Fannie Bay.
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