Does this Darwin meet the "most famous" rule? I've not heard of it, but it's a capital of an Australian state. The other Darwins seem to be minor cities in America - Darwin (Minnesota), Darwin (Ohio) and Darwin (California). There is also a Darwin in the Falklands and a Darwin island in the Galapagos, but I don't think either merits its own article. Unless this meets the "most famous" exception then this article should be moved to Darwin (Northern Territory) and a disambiguation page created. -- Ryan 21:10, 4 April 2006 (EDT)
Hi I'm Lex. In regards to all Northern Territory information I have added, you may notice that some of the text I am adding appears in another website eg travelnt.com, that is because I am the original author. --Lex 11:39, 19 September 2008 (EDT)
is the darwin article ready for guide? if not, where is it lacking? keep smiling, Edmontonenthusiast 19:18, 3 November 2008 (EST).
Get Out and Attractions..
There seems to be an overlap between Get Out, and See and Do in this article. Are the Adelaide River cruises out of Darwin? Berry Springs? Humpty Doo? Territory Wildlife Park? Litchfield? Strictly speaking they all are, but it would be rare for a traveller to see any of these places from a base other than Darwin. My view is that Darwin is if Darwin is really the natural base for the attraction, then lets list in in See and Do - unless they have their own article, in which case they go in Get out.
So Berry Springs would be in See, Territory Wildlife Park in See, Adelaide River Cruises in See, Litchfield in Get Out. And so on. Any dissent? --inas 18:14, 14 December 2009 (EST)