Darwin is the capital city in the Northern Territory. Its relaxed tropical lifestyle is home to people from 70 different ethnic groups. The city’ multi-cultural mix blends in with the unique local indigenous aboriginal culture. Affordable accommodation is available through viewing http://www.realestate.
The Australian Careers College was established in 2007 and became registered the following year. We are a Commonwealth Registered (CRICOS) institution offering training courses suitable for International students and a Registered Training Organization (RTO) offering nationally recognized qualifications to Australian residents.
Living In Darwin
Darwin, the capital of the Northern Territory, is dynamic, different, diverse and constantly evolving as Australia’s most cosmopolitan city. Its relaxed tropical lifestyle is enjoyed by a population of approximately 81, 670. Darwin is home to people from more than 60 nationalities and 70 different ethnic backgrounds. The city’s multicultural mix is particularly highlighted by its many exciting ethnic cultural festivals and weekly food and craft markets. Darwin’s traditional owners, the Larrakia people, are prominent and active members of the community, and many still adhere closely to their traditional beliefs and customs.
Darwin’s weather is perfect from May to September when mild and sunny days are followed by balmy nights – wonderful weather for enjoying the great outdoors, day and night. The dry season is also the peak tourist season when Darwin receives the most visitors. Being a monsoonal climate there is a distinctive wet season period, with most rain falling between December and March. There can be high intensity storms at this time, often providing spectacular lightning displays.
Visit: http://www.darwin.nt.gov.au/live for more information.
A wide range of accommodation is available in Darwin.
Types of accommodation include:
• Inner-city and suburban apartments
• Houses in the Darwin suburbs
• Homestay with Darwin families
• Share housing with other students
Most students prefer to stay in shared housing (joint accommodation) so they can share living costs such as rent, power, phone, and other utilities. Students can opt for a private room in a shared house (single) or if you prefer to save more money by sharing rooms (twinshare).
How do I find shared housing accommodation?
• NT News printed paper
• Ask your fellow students.