Darwin Travel Guide

Located on the Timor Sea, Darwin is Northern Territory's capital and is a modern hub in the Australian outback. The largest and most populated city in the state, it is the lease populous city of all of Australia's capitals. The regional center for the Top End, Darwin has come from humble beginning as a small port and pioneer outpost to one of the most multicultural and modern cities in Australia. Home to a huge range of its own attractions, Darwin also offers the perfect starting point and easy access for exploring the rest of the Northern Territory.


Darwin Accommodation

As a bustling metropolitan hub, Darwin offers a wide range of accommodation options to suit all types of travellers and budgets. From luxury resorts to modern hotels, affordable stays and funky apartments, the huge range of Darwin accommodation is all conveniently located in the CBD or on the picturesque waterfront close to all your holiday needs. Surrounded by a huge choice of shopping and dining options, the accommodation also offers easy access to the many activities and attractions of Darwin as well as further into the Northern Territory outback.



Darwin Packages

Darwin holiday packages are a great way to see the Northern Territory and make the most of your time in the Top End. Not only offering a stress-free solution for all your flights, transfers, accommodation and travel insurance, you can also include additional options like room upgrades, meal packages, entry to attractions and tours to iconic landmarks and outback attractions. With so many accommodation options and so much to see and do in and around Darwin, these holiday packages are a great way to simplify your holiday planning process and save you money at the same time. Leaving you free to enjoy your holiday without worry, Darwin holiday packages bring together the best bits of the city to complement each aspect of your itinerary.


Darwin Attractions

Darwin is home to a wide range of things to see and do ranging from nature-based activities and attractions to cultural and historical attractions, museums and galleries, iconic markets and more. Get up close and personal with some of the local wildlife at Aqua Scene Fish Feeding, Crocodylus Park and Indo Pacific Marine or pick up some souvenirs and mementos at the Parap Village Markets and Mindil Beach Sunset Markets. Explore the unique natural environments of the Charles Darwin National Park, East Point Reserve, Lake Alexander and the George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens or discover the finery of the Museum & Art Gallery of the NT and NT Parliament House. Step back in time with the Australian Aviation Heritage Centre, Fannie Bay Gaol, Lyons Cottage and WWII Storage Tunnels or stroll along the harbour and enjoy the Cullen Bay Marina, Darwin Wharf Precinct and Australian Pearling Exhibition.