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With everything from Asian food markets and crocodile encounters to open-air movies and sunset cruises, Darwin is as easy going as it is exciting.
If balmy nights, colourful characters and outdoor adventures are on your bucket list, you'll want to visit Darwin, located in the Northern Territory. Along with its crocodiles and cruises, you'll find rich Aboriginal cultures here, evident through the vibrant Aboriginal art that fills the city's galleries, museums and streetscapes. The city's proximity to Asia means you'll also find strong Asian influences, especially in the energetic food scene and buzzing night markets.
The Larrakia people are the Traditional Custodians of Darwin/Gulumerrdgen. The Larrakia people observe seven seasons throughout the year, and each season brings changes in weather, plants and animals. You can connect with First Nations culture, art and food on a range of Aboriginal experiences in Darwin.
Traditional name: Gulumerrdgen (pronounced Golom-merrd-gen)
Indigenous Peoples: Larrakia people
Traditional languages: Larrakia language
How to say g’day in Larrakia: Darrandirra (Durran-dirra), Miledma (Mil-ed-ma) or Batji-way (Barchi-way)
“Travel Guide to Darwin, Northern Territory- Tourism Australia.” Visit Australia - Travel & Tour Information - Tourism Australia, https://www.australia.com/en/places/darwin-and-surrounds/guide-to-darwin.html.
About our Darwin officeOverlooking the stunning Darwin Waterfront, PwC’s newest office is the idyllic tropical home for PwC Darwin and PwC Indigenous Consulting. Located on Larrakia Country in Darwin’s CBD, our office is a mere stroll away from the Esplanade, Darwin Convention Centre, excellent restaurants and hotels, and of course, the iconic Darwin Wave Lagoon. With large, open-planned co-working spaces, incredible harbour views, and beautiful artwork by local Northern Territory artists, PwC Darwin’s new office is sure to delight.
Larrakia Country 4/21 Parap Road Parap NT 0820 Australia
PO Box 395 Parap NT 0820 Australia
Tel: +61 8 8981 5200
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