Skycity Darwin SKYCITY Darwin is nestled on 30 acres of tropical gardens located on the shoreline of Mindil Beach, offering a choice of accommodation ranging from 4 star hotel rooms to our 5 star resort-style rooms. All rooms offer private balconies and FREE Wi-Fi and the option to enjoy 24-hour ...
Travel Dates: 1 October - 12 November, 26 November - 20 December 2017.
Oaks Elan Darwin
Oaks Elan Darwin Blending contemporary apartment accommodation with resort-style leisure amenities, superior conferencing and events facilities, and a convenient CBD location, Oaks Elan Darwin presents as the premier choice for business or pleasure. Located on Woods Street in Darwin's CBD, our ho...
Travel Dates: 1 October - 16 November, 19 November - 30 December 2017.
Mantra On The Esplanade
Mantra On The Esplanade Mantra on the Esplanade is located in the heart of Darwin's CBD, overlooking the sparkling Darwin Harbour and warm Arafura Sea. The hotel is a perfect base to experience Darwin's multicultural and indigenous heritage, natural wonders and Darwin city's local tourist attract...
Travel Dates: 1 September - 6 December 2017.
Larrikin humour and laidback lifestyle... Welcome to Darwin
Darwin has two seasons – wet and dry – and while some remote places may be no-go areas during the wet weather, the balmy tropical temperatures mean it's always a good time to visit.
Making the most of its warm climate, Darwin embraces outdoor activities in all guises. Local markets are a must-do attraction including the famous Mindil Beach Sunset Markets which purveys a range of Asian foods, art and craft stalls and street entertainment. The Deckchair Cinema is another popular way to while away the night-time outdoors, or sail around the harbour on a yacht or historic pearl lugger.
Surrounded by lush wetlands, billabongs and tropical vegetation, there's plenty to see around Darwin too. Close by is Litchfield National Park, Mary River and the Tiwi Islands offering bushwalking, wildlife, indigenous culture and beautiful scenery. For a more adrenalin-inducing sight, you can't go past a close encounter with giant crocs on a crocodile 'jumping' tour on Adelaide River as these monstrous reptiles lunge at dangling meat.