Residents of property in Darwin live in a vibrant city with plenty of activities on offer, so there is something for everyone whether you fancy an adrenaline rush or a more sedate endeavour.
One low key activity you could partake in is a tour of the unusual public art out on display. Each piece has a story to tell and reflects an aspect of the region's history and culture.
Here are some of the artworks you can see located around various parts of the city.
Journey's converge by Matt Huttlestone
Made from galvanised steel, this masterpiece was made to celebrate the Darwin Harbour, alongside its people and history.
It was created in 2008 and highlights Darwin's history as a place that attracts a wide range of people through the use of lines, shapes and forms found in the environment of the harbour.
Gapu Guya by Wukun Wanambi
This 2005 piece of work was the first aboriginal art to use saltwater imagery since the artist's father passed away in 1981.
Wukun Wanambi learnt the sacred art of using this imagery in his works from his father and has now been recognised as a 'ceremony man' by the elders of the Marrakulu Clan and the art galleries in the region.
This artwork is about the important relationship between fish and seawater, and shows how the city is culturally aware, making real estate in Darwin a great place to live.