Markets & Shopping

Mindil Beach Sunset Markets

Darwin's largest night market running along the foreshore of Mindil Beach, famous for its stunning sunset over the Timor Sea. The Mindil Beach Sunset Markets began in 1987 when four people's dream of bringing a taste of Southeast Asias nightmarket to Australian shores came to life. Darwin's largest...

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Malak Marketplace

A unique, community market for Darwin full of food, flavour and fun. At Malak Marketplace, you will enjoy shopping, live music, kids’ entertainment and beautiful, market-fresh food throughout the evening. Malak Marketplace opens in Malak at Chambers Crescent Car Park, from 4pm until 9pm every Saturd...

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Reidy's Fishing Lures

For some of the world's best barramundi lures, head out bush to Reidy's Fishing Lures. At Reidy's Factory you can see how lures are made, and learn how best to use your lures for bigger hauls.There are lures designed for catching big blue water sports fsh, an extensive range of metal jig lures, an...

The Rugby Shop

For all your rugby needs, visit one of Australia's leading rugby shops. The Rugby Shop carries a great range of international and local rugby jerseys as well as accessories and of course all the merchandise licensed for the Australian Wallabies. The Rugby Shop caters for both the rugby player and th...

di CROCO

Take home a litle local luxury with Australian saltwater crocodile skin accessories from di CROCO.Unique to Darwin these luxury goods are made from skins sourced in the Northern Territory, carefully chosen by di CROCO's designer and fashioned into stunning belts, bags, gifs and homewares, in a ran...

Me and my llama

No place to shop for llama paraphernalia, it turns out, Me & My Llama is cute, petite shoe boutique in the star village. Arranged across Astroturf is a selection of women's shoes perfect for the Territory climate (no ankle boots here). Shop for daytime sandals, dressy strap numbers and serious high...

Barra Shack

The Barra Shack, located in Humpty Doo, offers a variety of belts, bags, diary covers, book covers and purses, all fashioned from the skins of barramundi, crocodile, cow and kangaroo and manufactured on the premises. This is a great spot to purchase an unusual yet unique gift, including polished buf...

Viva La Body

Treat your senses to this temple of local loveliness. An olfactory oasis, Viva La Body is a home to the sweet smelling soaps and Skincare range of the same name. The Delightful products are handmade in Darwin by soapmaker-designer's Jo Dodd and Micko Srbinovski, who founded the business more than te...

Casuarina Square

Casuarina Square has approximately 200 stores and is the largest shopping complex in Darwin, offering a wide range of specialty stores, a food court and a seven screen cinema complex. Stop by and browse the stores, treat yourself to a movie or sit down and relax with a coffee.There is plenty of park...

Parap Markets

The Parap Markets, located close to the city, in Parap, will tantalise your senses with a mixture of Asian cuisine and the aroma of freshly grounded coffee. The Parap Village Market is a great place to shop and is a favourite among locals and visitors alike. Browse the markets, winding through stall...

Elevated Boutique

Established in 2004, Elevated Boutique is the destination in Darwin for quality fashion, jewellery, gifts and homewares. Also located on the premises are massage therapists and a make up artist. A range of beautiful clothing in natural fabrics like linen, cotton and silk; a delicious array of...

Micks Whips

As you head up the Stuart Highway, consider a brief detour to Noonamah to see the world's largest stockwhip. At 25 metres long the steel sculpture is the entry to Mick's Whips and Leather Goods, a gallery and shop specialising in whips handmade by internationally acclaimed stockwhip maker Mick Denig...

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