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Nourlangie dancing

Dancing depicted by indigenous rock art at Nourlangie, Kakadu, Northern Territory, Australia


A male Brolga, Fogg dam near Darwin, Northern Territory

Christmas light spectacular a hit in Darwin's suburbs

As houses stage a friendly battle with Christmas light displays, one Moil property has taken it up another level.

An 11-minute display of lights flashing in time with a number of Christmas songs and recent hits is a sit-down event passers-by can watch twice a night. 82 more words


Darwin Festival: Briggs wins National New Talent award

Each year, the Darwin Festival showcases a wonderful range of art, dance and theatre from the top end of Australia and the Asia Pacific.

The National Indigenous Music Awards, or the NIMAs, were held as part of the festival, boasting a star-studded line up of Aboriginal musicians from across Australia, including Dan Sultan, Tom E. 103 more words


Darwin Festival: 'Sugarland' by the Australian Theatre for Young People

Sugarland, a new play from the Australian Theatre for Young People, is set in the town of Katherine, around 300 kilometres south east of Darwin. 107 more words


Yasukichi Murakami: the photographer who captured Darwin

Yasukichi Murakami was born in Japan in 1880, and moved to Australia in 1897.

He was an entrepreneur, inventor and a pearler, before establishing a successful photography studio in Darwin in the 1930s. 122 more words


Somewhere in the heat

The wet season is taking its time to arrive. Only showers of rain every 4 or 5 days, which means we are boiling or cooking inside our skins… it’s hot, sticky and pretty much unbearable… … 29 more words