This small hill, in Alice Springs, is the best viewpoint in the city. It is not difficult to climb, although the heat can suffocate you and make it more complicated than it is. For me it is one of the must-sees in the city, on the other hand, does not seem very interesting, touristically speaking.
This is undoubtedly one of the most pleasant places to go for a walk in Darwin, a park with hundreds of trees, exotic birds, and benches where you can relax, all with oceanic views. During the day, the heat can be stifling, but there is plenty of shade in which you can relax. At sunset, however, the place glows with orange, and it's a delight to stroll among the runners, cyclists, and dog-walkers. There are fountains, bathrooms, everything is very clean, and it truly is a joy to be here. There are some points of historical interest, too, speaking about past events like the attack by the Japanese during World War II. Not enough for a full day, but you could comfortably spend a few hours here.