Noonamah is a small town just 46 kilometres from Darwin in the Northern Territory, Australia.
The Darwin Crocodile Farm is located here and you can view over 7,000 crocodiles and American alligators.
Noonamah was first settled during World War II when the army set up a series of airstrips and depots in the area. Despite being bombed by the Japanese, the airstrips still remain to this day.
The name Noonamah was taken from the language of the Wagaman Aboriginal people and means 'plenty of tucker and good things'.