Darwin city, Australias only tropical capital is a small size destination, which has everything to offer to its tourists and travellers. Pristine and glamorous, the city is too small but yet too friendly with thousands of places to watch out and plenty of things to do. The beautiful city not only drives the attention of the newly-weds, single travellers and youngsters but it has all everything for the elderly as well.
Whether you are in your early 60s or late 80, here is a list of things, which would certainly compel you to visit the Darwin city again and again:
Darwins Waterfront, NT
Darwins Waterfront, NT is one of the top attractions of the city holding a rich culture and history. The location is surrounded with plenty of shops, restaurants, parklands and sandy lagoons. Seafood lovers can relish some of the tempting sea-meals and relax in peace while sitting near the waterfront. Darwins Waterfront is a crowded yet soothing place for the elderly where you can enjoy your holiday.
The Mindil Beach Markets
The Mindil Beach markets attract crowds on the Thursday evening. Elder tourists must walk through the markets which are near to botanic gardens. If you do not feel like walking, you can hire a bus from Casuarine and take a wonderful beach market tour with your spouse. Exotic Asian food, local crafts, and live music, if you are in Darwins city, this place is a must watch out.
Darwin Wharf- Discover your fishing skills
Elderly people who do not like much crowd and looking for a peaceful holiday can check out Darwin Wharf, one of the awe-inspiring fishing points.
It is a very popular place where you can discover your fishing skills with your spouse and also enjoy excellent food at small eateries.
The Chinese Temples- Special for Elder People
Chinese Temples in the Darwin city have been located since 1887. People especially the old aged worship here regularly. Taking snapshots is strictly prohibited in the Chinese temples. If you are a spiritual couple, you can sit here in peace, worship, and meditate daily, and add more peace to your mind, soul on your trip. Litchfield Street Gateway is one of the popular temples in Darwin where a blend of Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism is practiced. The sacred Bodhi tree is also growing in the temple, which thousands of old age people come to watch out.
When you are in your old age, the soothing breeze of the Darwin city would certainly amaze your senses and the pristine beauty of the place would compel you to extend your journey for more time.
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