Get to Know Darwin
Residents of our student accommodation in Darwin love the city for its laidback lifestyle and friendly atmosphere. Once a frontier outpost, Darwin has grown into a bustling multicultural capital with endless sights and attractions to discover.
If you want to have an adventure in between study sessions, Darwin is the gateway to Kakadu National Park. An enormous nature reserve featuring wetlands, crocodile-infested rivers and ancient sandstone rock formations, Kakadu is around an hour and a half’s drive from Darwin.
The city also has several waterfront areas, beaches, and green spaces to explore such as Bicentennial Park and Stokes Hill Wharf. If you’re feeling brave, you could try swimming with crocodiles at Crocosaurus Cove or go fishing in the surrounding wetlands. To learn more about the history of Darwin, pay a visit to the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory.
Choosing to study in Darwin is an exciting opportunity to live and learn in one of Australia’s most unique cities. Book your student accommodation in Darwin with UniLodge today.