[Background music throughout the video]
[Street footage of Darwin city]
On screen text: StudyNT ambassadors present
[Nagendra on walking along the beach]
On screen text: Nagendra Timilsina (NEPAL), Things I love about the Territory, Australia’s Northern Territory | The Territory Boundless Possible logo, Instagram: studynorthernterritory
[Nagendra standing in front of the water]
Nagendra: Did you know Northern Territory is home for more than 250,000 people from 60 different nationalities and 70 ethnicities?
[Nagendra on walking along a Darwin street, images of Florence Falls, an Arnhem Land escarpment, Ayres Rock and rock art]
Nagendra: Darwin is Australia’s northern most capital city full of prehistoric landscape, thriving wildlife and amazing cultural experiences. Traditional rock art is my personal favourite.
[Nagendra standing in front of Crocosaurus Cove, images of saltwater crocodiles]
Nagendra: Don't be surprised if I tell you that there are more crocodiles in the Northern Territory than people! That reminds me you can also have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to swim with crocodiles.
[Nagendra sitting on grass in the middle of Mararra Stadium, images of a camel race, the Beer Can Regatta and Henley-on-Todd Regatta]
Nagendra: Northern Territory also holds some of the world's greatest sports events, like camel race, Beer Can Regatta and world's only land regatta known as Henley on Todd Regatta.
[Nagendra on walking along the beach at sunset]
Nagendra: Last but not least, Darwin has tropical savannah climate with two distinct dry and wet season and everything about 30°C all around the year.
On screen text: #StudyNT. Learn more at: studynt.nt.gov.au
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