Stray along Darwin's 42-hectare garden, and never mind getting lost. With monsoon forests, coastal fore-dunes, mangroves, and open woodlands, one day is not enough to wander around Darwin Botanic Gardens. Self-guided walks are a common feature to get a hang of the place; the vine forest, the reconstructed old church, and the coastal section awaits the snap of your camera. What once was established for economic purposes now has become an avenue for enjoyment, scientific research, conservation and education. Located within cycling distance only, Darwin Botanic Gardens offer a charming way to enjoy nature at its best.