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Litchfield has several stunning tropical waterfalls and swimming holes.
It is beautiful but it is not like the beaches in Perth…. After 30 minutes we have had enough of both of the hot weather and of all the people. Being accustomed to having a whole beach to yourself, it is pretty hard to enjoy sitting on hard rocks next to three screaming kids.
People who lives in Darwin seems to love the place. So far I am not too impressed. Hoping that I soon will understand the charm of this hot and humid city.
It never cools down in Darwin. Never ever. I am walking around with a bottle of frozen water to be able to cope with the heat. April, that means that we are going towards the dry season which runs from May to September. Darwin has a tropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons and the average maximum temperature is similar all year round (32 C). During the dry season nearly every day is warm and sunny, and afternoon humidity averages around 30%. It is a bit of a change for the body.