What is the name for an inhabitant of Darwin Australia?
There is no proper name for an inhabitant of Darwin. Darwinians has been heard, and "Top-Enders" is an occasionally used name for inhabitants of the northerly part of the Northern Territory. Inhabitants of the N.T. generally are called "Territorians".
The term "aborigine" means "original inhabitant". Aborigines are the original inhabitants of Australia and have been there for some 50,000 years The term "aborigine" means "native" or "original inhabitant". Aboriginies have lived in Australia for approxamately 50 000 years (Aborigines are the original inhabitants of Australia)
Darwin did not have convicts. While it is true that Darwin did not have convicts, Darwin is the capital of the Northern Territory, and it was not one of the original colonies of Australia. South Australia always remained convict-free, so its capital, Adelaide, did not have convicts at any time in its history.