Spanned in the range of 250 hectares, Holmes Jungle Nature Park is a guarded area in Darwin (Australia). Holmes Jungle Nature Park is a home to a great number of mammals, rare species of birds and reptiles that think of moving towards monsoon rain forest, to seek solicit. Here, in the thicker volumes of vegetation, they are able to breed in extreme tranquility. To call it an idyllic picnic spot is a great justice for this hill top area, to have your lunch as it facilitates you with the shade and restrooms. Moreover, it is an appealing place for bird watchers and for the hikers as well. Cyclists and the horse riders are luckily welcome in the park on a sequester track. At a specific point of Jungle, there seems a swarm of butterflies. It is advisable to travel with a friend or a family because isolation in this jungle may harm you. Pine Creek winds its way in the course of the park to its pivotal point. It definitely let you to catch up with such an amazing pasture trip.
A paramount beach, Mindil, is famous for the unique colors of its sunsets. It is one of Australia’s pristine beaches where evenings become more romantic and lively. The beach side Sunset Market conquers all, where people hallowed to enjoy a tropical evening. This iconic market, no doubt, let you to enjoy local music, Asian food and picturesque shows of fire twirling after dark. Here you extol the friendly interaction of magnanimous people. On Thursday and Saturday, diversity in clothes, food, craft and surely in people increases but the surroundings remain as jovial and relaxed as other on other days. An ample variety of Art and Craft, delicious foods and poignant music in evening works immensely. More than that, kids will no more play with a beach ball only; here they get some petting zoo and playfully bumping jumping castles as well. Swimming is an exception here. Natives try it in dry seasons but a great risk for visitors because of jellyfish and crocodile. During strolling on the beach, don’t throw any garbage, especially the plastic bags, for the safety of marine turtles.
Selfies with bigger animals, now, is no more a job of photo shop. Crocosaurus Cove technically fulfills your dream of watching crocodiles from a distance of few millimeters. Cage of Death makes your heart to throb, enthrall you to have an eye to eye contact with massive reptiles in saltwater. Here you get a chance to feed the crocodiles which further engage them for entertaining moves. The cage is best suited to two persons at a time and 15 minutes are specified for one time lowered suspension. In rainy season, you may become unlucky to watch crocodiles but pythons and the turtles are a worth seeing of all the times. So, no more delays, update a pompous status on your social account by diving with huge crocodiles.
All such fantasies and much more is waiting for you in the very center of the heart of Darwin’s absolute pasture wildlife.