WHY STUDY IN DARWIN?

Population: 140,000

Location: Northern Territory (NT), North Coast of Australia

Attractions: Proximity to the famous Australian Outback including Ayers Rock; National Parks; Lagoons; Kakadu National Park; Art and Music Festivals;

Climate: Tropical Savannah Climate with dry season (May-September) and wet season (December-March).

Darwin is located at the top of Australia, and is capital of the Northern Territory which is famous for Ayers Rock, Kakadu national park. Darwin has a multicultural population and is known for having the highest proportion of Aboriginals than any other state capital. It offers a wide variety of Events and Festivals as well as being in close proximity to South East Asia. For international students wishing to study abroad Darwin can be an attractive proposition for those from South East Asia as it is only a short flight back home. If you choose to study in Darwin you will find that there are lots of excellent outdoor activities to take part in and its location has close proximity to the Australian outback for those who have a strong desire to explore.

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