Darwin market magic

The Top End is known for it's jaw dropping scenery, incredible wildlife and markets - yes, markets.

The tropical Northern City of Darwin is an explosion of sensory delights, and there's no better place to treat all the senses than the renowned markets that draw crowds locals and tourist every week.

Mindil Beach sunset market

Darwin's most famous market will make you dizzy with sensory delights of global foods, colourful artisan stalls, entertaining buskers, and THAT setting.  This is where the sun slowly dips into the sea and shimmers over the water back to the beach - a sight not to be missed.

Open - Thursday and Sunday - 4-9pm

Parap Market

Make like a local and spend your Saturday morning wandering around the local produce, arts and crafts of Parap Markets.  This market has become an institution for Saturday morning laksas, stay prawns and fresh tropical smoothies. 

Open - Saturday - 8AM-2PM

Nightcliff Market

Sunday mornings at Nightcliff markets is the place to be for a unique or collectable find with orginal crafts such as copper sculptures, fairy dresses, recycled products, books and other collectables.  You'll also find entertainment from local artists, plenty of shade and great coffee.

Open - Sunday - 8am-2pm

Nearby Hostels

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    Darwin YHA - Melaleuca on Mitchell
    We've moved to 52 Mitchell St. Darwin YHA – Melaleuca on Mitchell is located in the heart of the action and has all the facilities to keep you cool. Drink at the bar, laze by the two pools or chill out under the waterfall spa.
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