Casuarina

Darwin, Northern Territory

About Casuarina

Roughly 11 kilometres away from the capital city of Darwin, the district of Casuarina is situated in the Northern Territory. Its name was taken from the casuarina tree, which grows along the Casuarina Beach. Several landscapes and seascapes are found in the vicinity of Casuarina. Some of these are Angler Reef, East Point and Shoal Bay Peninsula. Casuarina has nearby tourist attractions, too, including Wayoutback Australian Safaris, which offers adventures along the East Coast of Australia, and Sugarbag Safaris, which offers five-day epic tours around the tropical heart of Northern Territory. The suburban community of Casuarina is primarily connected by the transport services of the Darwin River train station and also via the Darwin Airport. Town visitors who wish to stay for vacation may choose from a wide selection of hotels, such as Darwins Barra Base, Club Tropical Resort Darwin and Rydges Darwin Airport Resort & Hotel, among several others.