Festivals in Darwin
Darwin Festival and around the territory: Barunga, Wide Open Space Festival, Mahbilil Festival. Various Festivals happening in the Northern Territory of Australia in the dry season. Darwin Festival is the most popular of all as it happens during the most beautiful time of the year and so many pleasant spot to hang out and watch the act.
Barunga Festival is one of our favorite as well for it’s not too far from Darwin, only about 4.5 hours drive South and offers variety of indigenous Australian cultural exhibition.
Mahbilil Festival is something special and Wide Open Space festival has a lot of great review from person who have been there.
Darwin is the place to be when it’s dry season and many things happening.

Hotel Darwin Chilli Fest 2018

Chilli Fest 2018 – Darwin Hotel

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The Chilli Festival kicked off today and it was so much fun to watch these people's face from excited to dying red. The organisers provided milk to cure the heat. There were 10 Chillies that the participant had to eat, one at a time, starting…
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Berry Springs Mango Festival – 29 October 2017

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Mango season in the Northern Territory has never been more interesting until there's a festival for it. Berry Springs Community Market organiser put together this unique event on this mango madness season. Here are what this event have on…
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Numbulwar – Numburindi Festivals 2017

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NUMBUL-WHERE? Numbulwar is an Australian Indigenous community located on the South East coast of Northern Territory, about 780 km from Darwin. To get there took about 12 hours drive with 200km unsealed road. Our lovely hosts took us hunting,…

Darwin Fringe Festival 2017

The Darwin Fringe Festival is a ten day open access, community driven arts festival taking place annually in the beautiful Darwin Dry. The festival supports independent and diverse local artists to present work outside of the mainstream with…

Garma Festivals 2017

About Garma In its 18th year, Garma has become Australia’s Indigenous equivalent of the World Economic Forum held annually at Davos in Switzerland. Hosted, coordinated and programed in entirety by the Yothu Yindi Foundation (YYF), Garma…
Barunga Festival 2015-2016-2017

Barunga Festival

Barunga Festival, held annually on the Queen’s birthday long weekend (9-11 June, 2017) is now in its 32nd year, earning its place as one of the most important community festivals in regional Australia. The Festival has a strong history…

Mahbilil Festival

By the banks of Jabiru lake, a festival celebrating Kakadu culture occurs every year, as it has done for many years. By the banks of Jabiru lake, a festival celebrating Kakadu culture occurs every year, as it has done for many years. Mahbilil…
Darwin Festival 2017 Logo

Darwin Festival

Darwin Festival is an annual festival of arts, music and other performances from local, interstate and international. The best thing that happen in Darwin during dry season that transforms this little capital city into lively environment and…