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Departure Sat, 25 May Return Wed, 29 May
BNE Brisbane
DRW Darwin
return from $214
Departure Sat, 18 May Return Wed, 22 May
MEL Melbourne
DRW Darwin
return from $330
Departure Mon, 27 May Return Sun, 02 Jun
SYD Sydney
DRW Darwin
return from $261
Departure Sat, 08 Jun Return Wed, 12 Jun
ADL Adelaide
DRW Darwin
return from $267
Popular flight routes to Darwin
Brisbane - Darwin
return from $213
Melbourne - Darwin
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Sydney - Darwin
return from $341
Adelaide - Darwin
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Perth - Darwin
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Cairns - Darwin
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Darwin vacation

Darwin sights and attractions

Darwin is a multi-cultural capital city located in the north of mainland Australia. Its waterfront restaurants and tropical parklands make it an ideal haven for those longing for a vacation. Darwin also serves as a gateway for trade with countries throughout Asia. It has significant historical attractions, vibrant beach markets and exciting national parks. There's an abundance of people of various nationalities living in Darwin, and scores of tourists visit every year to explore the world-famous Kakadu National Park during the cooler months. If you arrive in Darwin during the warm and wet months, expect to see incredible lightning shows in the sky when it storms.

Things to do in Darwin

Tourism is a major industry in Darwin. This means you'll be able to find many entertainment options, tours and excursions to choose from. If you like long train journeys, you can hop on The Ghan in Darwin and travel all the way down to Adelaide in South Australia. However, if train rides don't excite you, you could just admire the city's museums, heritage sites and wetlands.

Want to explore Darwin's many wonders? Check out our list of must-dos below:

  • Get to know crocs better on a visit to Crocosaurus Cove
  • Check out the massive B52 bomber at the Australian Aviation Heritage Centre
  • Walk around the Mindil Beach Sunset Market–known for its many stalls selling food, artifacts, and handcrafted jewellery
  • Stroll through the beautiful and peaceful Bicentennial Park
  • Plan a trip to Kakadu National Park located approximately 171 km away from the city
  • Visit the Indo-Pacific Marine Exhibition in the city's famous waterfront precinct
  • Pack a picnic and spend the day at the East Point Reserve
  • Check out the exquisite exhibits on display at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory
  • Visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service Museum to learn more about Darwin during WWII
  • Hop on a fishing charter and go angling in the estuaries or on the reefs
Darwin

Airports in Darwin

Book your air tickets to Darwin International Airport if you'd like to explore the diverse landscape of the Northern Territory. Darwin's airport is the tenth busiest airport in the nation, handling over 1.7 million passengers per year. The airport also shares its runways with the Australian Department of Defence.

  • Darwin International Airport

    Top Carriers

    Here are the top carriers to this airport: Qantas, JetStar Airways and Malaysia Airlines.

    Location

    The airport is located nearly 13 km away from the city centre.

    Transportation

    Passengers travelling to and from the airport could use the Darwin City Airport Shuttle Service. There are also privately owned buses and coaches that transport people from the airport to other places in the Northern Territory, such as Darwinbus, which serves passengers in the greater Darwin area. Travellers to the city can hire cars or use taxis to get around. There are affordable short and long stay car parking options available at the airport. Please note there aren't any commuter rail services in city.

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