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We found these markets are worth a visit to browse and taste the wonders of Darwin
They were quite busy but not over crowded
Food options were many and there were some stalls for buying gifts, also some fruit and vegetable stalls
Smoothies a hit...More
Nice little market set between and in small shopping centre.
Nice mix of stalls, the usual local crafts and food stalls.
Some very cleaver people there and their crafts.
It’s amazing what people can do with discarded junk or some one else’s rubbish.
Sunday mornings are always relaxing at the Nightcliff Markets. There are plenty of tables and chairs to sit and eat next to the children's playground so you can watch the kids too. The food is great with a fresh bread stall selling delicious pies and...More
Not a very large market but with plenty of variety of foods to try.
Also it was not all that cheap eating from food trucks. The food however was fresh, esp the juices/smoothies made with fresh ingredients in front of you.
A must see if you're in Darwin. Every Sunday all through the year (except if it is pouring) the Nightcliff markets fire up a treat of asian inspired food stalls, juice stalls, fresh fruit & arts & crafts. Always a musician between 10-1 pm where...More
Good little market with live music and lots of food options. Plenty of shade and quite tolerable despite the rain and humidity. It’s well worth a visit in late morning or early afternoon for some food and a look.
One of the best aspects of the Nightcliff Markets is the range of food available. There are the coffee places plus heaps of Asian style pop up food stalls. Usually has live music and plenty of arts and crafts available. Take the time to spend...More
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The Nightcliff, Parap and Mindil Beach markets are all open; the best free attractions? Parliament House (stunning views of the Harbour) and fresh. clean toilets inside and free internet; walking along the Esplanade; people... More
The Nightcliff, Parap and Mindil Beach markets are all open; the best free attractions? Parliament House (stunning views of the Harbour) and fresh. clean toilets inside and free internet; walking along the Esplanade; people watching along the Cullen Bay Marina and Mitchell Street; wandering through the Sky City Hotel and Casino complex (next to Mindil Beach). Not too sure about the Darwin Museum and Art Gallery, but it's a tourist "MUST" because of their Cyclone Tracy recreation (frighteningly real, according to a friend who lived through it) and their huge stuffed crocodile "Sweetheart". All the National Parks require admission fees, including Litchfield and Kakadu. And East Point if you go no the "hop-on/hop-off" bus (fee required) but it takes you to all the sights in Darwin City.