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31 Reasons Darwin Should Be Considered Superior To All Other Cities

Always be #Darwinning.

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1. It's time that all Australians face the cold hard truth- Darwin is the greatest city in the whole country.

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2. For some reason, people seem to think that Melbourne or Sydney are superior. They are WRONG. And here's why.

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3. Darwin is AWESOME. It has the most beautiful sunsets in Australia- quite possibly in the world.

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4. Though there is only about 146,000 people who live there, you'd have to be pretty silly to call it boring.

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5. Darwin is one of Australia's most modern cities because it has been rebuilt twice.

Once after WW2 and once after Cyclone Tracy in 1974.
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Once after WW2 and once after Cyclone Tracy in 1974.

6. A third of Darwinians speak a language other than English.

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7. Plus, the beaches are unforgettable.

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8. Oh, and remember what we said before about sunsets? Yeah. Does Sydney get beach sunsets?

Didn't think so.
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Didn't think so.

9. The Mindil Beach sunset is certifiably the best in Australia. Especially with half a dozen oysters.

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10. Plus Darwin has a perfect looking harbour.

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11. Though it was once known as the last frontier of the Northern Territory, it's now a cosmopolitan city filled with cool bars and restaurants.

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12. Parap, Nightcliff, Mindil Beach, Rapid Creek all host incredible weekly markets. The smoothies are peerless.

13. After the markets you can always hit the waterfront for some sunbaking and afternoon beers.

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14. Many people don't know that Darwin has a wave pool. Unlike other wave pools Darwin's is a cool place to hang out.

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15. It's never cold in Darwin. Ever.

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16. Dry season means catching the sunset and Sunday night movie at the Deckchair Cinema.

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17. The city has over 600 hectares of parks, so you can enjoy the beautiful weather.

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18. There are so many (croc free) places to swim and escape the heat.

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19. Like the Buley Rockholes!

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20. Or go a bit further downstream at the awe-inspiring Florence Falls.

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21. Or wait until the sun goes down and enjoy a stunning harbour cruise.

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22. And the population density is only 0.1 person per square kilometre, so there's never too many people up in your grill.

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23. Despite the small population, Darwin is home to over 60 different nationalities.

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24. Darwin is on the doorstep of Asia meaning incredible local food! You'll never eat a better laksa.

25. You can catch a ridiculously high quality game of footy in Darwin.

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26. And there's so much to do outside of the city as well: swimming, fishing, hiking, bird-watching.

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27. You can also pop outside town and hit up the Noonamah Tavern. If you're lucky enough the rodeo will be on!

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28. Or just stay in the city and enjoy one of the dozens of breathtaking beaches.

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29. The East Point bike and walking track is one of the most beautiful trails in the world.

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30. And when the afternoon storm comes in you'll have a front row seat.

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