Flights to Darwin
The NT capital oozes a certain multicultural charm that never fails to capture the hearts of those who visit. With some of Australia's most beautiful natural attractions, it's no wonder it is one of our fastest growing travel destinations.
What to know before you fly to Darwin?
The melting pot of cultures that has made Darwin what it is today is also the secret recipe behind the diversity and success of the city's famous markets. Perhaps the best market shopping in Darwin is at the Mindil Beach Markets, which overflows with irresistible foods, arts, crafts and more. These markets are held Thursday and Sunday nights between late April and late October.
If you happen to find yourself in Darwin, luckily you're in close proximity to some Australia's most prized natural treasures, including Kakadu National Park, Litchfield National Park, the Tiwi Islands, the Mary River Wetlands and Arnhem Land. These unique sites are home to some of Australia's most breathtaking scenery and also offer a chance to experience authentic aboriginal culture at its best.
Perhaps the best way to experience Darwin Harbour is on a sunset cruise. There are numerous different options and boat sizes on offer, each of which will take you to see WWII shipwrecks, mangroves teaming with wildlife, and of course the very best sites of the beautiful harbour itself.