Ludmilla is a suburb in the city of Darwin located in the Northern Territory of Australia. The place got its name from Ludmilla Holtze, was originally from Hanover, Germany and migrated to Australia in 1872. Ludmilla’s father, Maurice Holtze, was a gardener for the government from 1878 to 1891. He was responsible for developing the plants in Darwin. He then became a Director of the Experimental Gardens in Darwin. Today, majority of Ludmilla is a residential district.
One of the main attractions in Ludmilla is the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. It was built in 1981 and houses more than 30,000 artworks and more than a million natural specimens that depict the history and culture of the region.