Set in the boutique shopping village of Parap this modern apartment complex is a five-minute drive from the bustling Mitchell Street precinct and easily accessible to the Mindil Beach Markets and Darwin Harbour. Stylish accommodation options include studios with kitchenettes, and one, two and three bedroom apartments with full kitchen, laundry facilities separate living and dining areas. Guests can enjoy a refreshing dip in the outdoor pool before a barbecue in the complex’s outdoor area or head into town for a local meal.
Why we recommend the Quest Darwin
- Located in trendy Parap Village
- Award-winning hotel
- Recently refurbished
- Close to famous attractions
- Free Wi-Fi
Attractions near the Quest Darwin
The famous Mindil Beach Sunset Markets
Between the months of April and October, locals carry their chairs and tables down to the shore to set up shop at the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets. Located only one kilometre away and open every Thursday and Sunday evening, these markets are a great night’s entertainment for any Darwin visitor.
Wander amongst eclectic street theatre performers, buskers and tarot readers, stopping to shop at one of the 200 stalls selling leatherwork, jewellery, Indigenous art and other local artisan goods. Eat your way through five continents of flavour in the 60-plus stalls dedicated entirely to international cuisine. Take your pick from spicy Asian, traditional Italian, North African and South American, or try out local ‘Territory’ specials like croc, buffalo and barramundi.
Learn something new at MAGNT
For anyone wanting to learn about Indigenous art, archaeology or cultural events that shaped Darwin’s history, a visit to the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT) is a must. Located only three kilometres away in the green gardens of Darwin Harbour, the building hosts a number of permanent and temporary galleries and exhibitions.
Learn the narratives behind traditional Aboriginal bark paintings from Arnhem Land and dot paintings from the central deserts, or dive into Darwin’s nautical history at the Maritime Gallery with its impressive collection of Northern Territory and South-East Asian watercraft. Journey back to the devastation of Cyclone Tracy in 1974 through photographs, footage and sound recordings, or stand in front of the daunting preserved skeleton of ‘Sweetheart’, a giant crocodile captured in the late 1970s.
|Laundry service||Wheel chair access in hotel|
|Laundry room||Swimming pool|
|Swimming pool||Health club or gym|
|Day spa||Parking cost applicable|
|Television||Microwave (some rooms)|
|Internet (cable)||Cable TV|
|Iron and ironing board||Telephone|
|Tea and coffee making facilities||Kitchenette|
|Internet (common wireless)||Non-smoking|