I have been living in Darwin, Northern Territory Australia, for more than 2 years. The NT is a federal Australian territory. Darwin city is the capital and largest city in the NT. I summarize here what to see in the NT. Let’s see Things To Do in Darwin and Northern Territory.
We can list a lot of things to do in Melbourne, the problem is how to decide where to go. I picked up some must-go areas such as Flinders street Station, Federation Square, Queen Victoria Market etc. Let’s see photos showing how we enjoyed Melbourne.
Following the travel to Tasmania, we went on a trip to Melbourne. Melbourne is the second-largest city in Australia and the nation’s artistic heartland. What I was interested in were mainly the Great Ocean Road and Cafe culture so I’m uploading some information and photos that I hope to be helpful.
Our second day had a lot of activities to do and places to visit. The main route was through Hobart, Richmond, Ross, Freycinet National park (to see Wineglass Bay) then Launceston. The route was the longest way for drive in the 5-day travel.
De La Plage is my best cafe in Darwin, rather, in the world as of now. According to the cafe’s Facebook, “It’s a Turkish-Belgian inspired beach Cafe in a world class location with a relaxed and laid back setting”. It is located in the northern area of Darwin, approx. 20min by car from the centre…
THE BEST BREAKFAST IN THE WORLD? My Guidebook says that Bills cafe provide us with the best breakfast in the world. There are a couple of Bills in Sydney. We went for Bills Darlinghurst because our plan today was to walk around Paddington area that is relatively close to Darlinghurst. Bills Darlinghurst : 433 Liverpool…
There are many things I learned from the travel to Italy in Sep. 2014. If I’m asked to pick up only one thing, I would say “Espresso culture” because that has changed my life indeed.