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Burnett House is a historic building that forms part of the Myilly Point Precinct in Darwin, Northern Territory. It is the only remaining two storey house designed by architect Beni Burnett. It is managed by the National Trust NT.

The Darwin Military Museum was originally established as an artillery museum by the Royal Australian Artillery Association Inc to exhibit photographs and artefacts from Darwin’s history during World War II.

The Australian Aviation Heritage Centre displays aircraft and aircraft engines of relevance to the Northern Territory and aviation in Australia generally. It is located in Darwin, Northern Territory.

RFDS Darwin Tourist Facility: One started Territory operations in 1939, the other, occurred in 1942 as an act of aggression unparalleled on Australian soil. Both forged the resolve and resilience of the people who live in Australia’s Northern Territory.

The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory is the main museum in the Northern Territory. The museum is located in the inner Darwin suburb of Fannie Bay.

Parliament House in Darwin is Australia’s newest Parliament Building, it has been the seat of the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly since 1994.

Nomad Art Gallery specialises in limited edition prints and collections of art and craft from Contemporary Australian Artists and Aboriginal Art Centres from Northern Australia.

The WWII Oil Storage Tunnels were built during World War II to protect the oil stored in Darwin from Japanese bombing. Located below the cliffs of Darwin City in the Darwin Wharf Precinct on Kitchener Drive apart of the Waterfront Precinct.