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Hilton Darwin - Darwin Hotels

Hilton Darwin

32 Mitchell Street, Darwin - Map
 
 
4.4 out of 5 (714 reviews)
Argus Apartments Darwin - Darwin Hotels

Argus Apartments Darwin

6 Cardona Court, Darwin - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (101 reviews)
Argus Apartments Darwin is a new 4.5AAA rated holiday apartment complex offering guests a unique place to stay while in …More
Skycity Darwin - The Gardens Hotels

Skycity Darwin

Gilruth Avenue, The Gardens - Map
 
 
"Resort End Luxury"
Our stay was in the new resort addition to the casino. The lagoon pool is absolutely fabulous, swim up bar a nice addition. The Lagoon restaurant a must do. If you prefer a little more privacy, request the beach end. Location is lovely but hiring a small car will make getting around more convenient.
Traveller from Perth WA
DoubleTree by Hilton Darwin Esplanade - Darwin Hotels

DoubleTree by Hilton Darwin Esplanade

116 The Esplanade, Darwin - Map
 
 
"Great room, loads of space very close to all"
the hotel is in a beautiful area, right in front of the esplanade and very close to restaurants, bars and supermarkets, the room was very clean and comfortable and the staff was very helpful. I even received a cookie at check in and it was yum!
Traveller from Melbourne, Australia
H Hotel - Darwin Hotels

H Hotel

81 Smith Street, Darwin - Map
 
 
"Great convenient location"
I stayed for two nights, and found the hotel centrally located, comfortable, and with a great gym and pool.
Traveller from Canberra
Rydges Palmerston - Darwin - Palmerston Hotels

Rydges Palmerston - Darwin

15 Maluka Drive, Palmerston - Map
 
 
DoubleTree by Hilton Darwin - Darwin Hotels

DoubleTree by Hilton Darwin

122 The Esplanade, Darwin - Map
 
 
It was fantastic. They gave you a cookie on arrival
A Traveller
Oaks Élan Darwin - Darwin Hotels

Oaks Élan Darwin

31 Woods Street, Darwin - Map
 
 
"Great location"
Handy to shops and restaurants. Seoul restaurant below great food, coffee and service. Hotel staff very helpful. Basic room clean and comfortable. A plus - can open window. Great sleep in king size bed. Very happy with stay.
Traveller from Melbourne
Mantra on the Esplanade - Darwin Hotels

Mantra on the Esplanade

88 The Esplanade, Darwin - Map
 
 
4.4 out of 5 (814 reviews)
Mantra Pandanas - Darwin Hotels

Mantra Pandanas

43 Knuckey Street, Darwin - Map
 
 
"Good hotel in good location"
very pleasant stay for a long weekend, all staff were friendly & helpful, 24hr reception made checking in & out fuss free, the room standard & cleaning was good. The breakfast both the buffet & big breaky was great value. it was a better breakfast than outside choice.
Traveller from SA
Mantra Pandanas brings a new level of sophistication to the heart of Darwin. Combining sophisticated city chic with a …More

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    Pocket Guide: Darwin

    Darwin is an adventurer’s paradise with some of the world's most impressive natural wonders within arm’s reach. Darwin on the Timor Sea is the largest city in the Northern Territory and is a vibrant and eclectic place steeped in wartime history. Explore the outdoor lifestyle and beauty of Darwin’s rich heritage, indigenous culture and food with a stay in one of our Darwin hotels.

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    Much of the action in Darwin goes down along the revitalised waterfront lined with a fabulous array of Asian inspired restaurants, cute boutique shops, parklands, sandy lagoons and walking trails.

    Immerse yourself in the story and history of Darwin, which is often described as ‘Australia’s Pearl Harbour’, by exploring Darwin’s WWII sites which are scattered throughout the city. Check out original B52 bomber planes at the Aviation Heritage Museum, and visit ammunition bunkers or the remains of the military camp which were part of Australian’s northern defence in Charles Darwin National Park. You can also take a self drive trip along the Stuart Highway and to military airstrips, and enjoy a cold beer with the locals in Larrimah and Daly who like to swap wartime stories.

    Darwin is home to an abundant art scene with many inner city contemporary Aboriginal galleries and exciting arts spaces, which showcase both emerging and established artists. Browse Aboriginal art from across the Northern Territory and view cutting-edge contemporary works, from audio installations to photography.

    When you’re ready to take a breather, set sail and cruise along Darwin’s sparkling blue harbour at sunset and dine alfresco on fresh local seafood. However, if you prefer your seafood with an Asian twist, make your way to Parap for some of the most incredible Asian-infused cuisine and wash it down with a heady espresso or some green tea.

    If you’re after some retail therapy stop by the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets, open between May and October where you can meander through collections of local and international art and craft and sample fresh produce beneath a canopy of coconut palms.

    If you’re in Darwin on Saturday, do what the locals do and stop by the Parap markets, a local institution where you’ll unearth some local treasures while your tastebuds drool over an amazing laksa or prawn satay.

    Further afield you can visit the beautiful Tiwi Islands, Litchfield National Park or the Adelaide and Mary River Wetlands on your journey to the heritage listed Kakadu National Park.

    Explore Litchfield National Park, with its lush woodlands, spectacular waterfalls, sparkling plunge pools and tall termite mounds only two hours from Darwin. Even better, all the main natural attractions – including Buley Rockhole and the striking Florence, Tolmer and Wangi Falls are easily accessible from Litchfield’s main road, so you don’t even need a tour guide, just a good 4WD.

    Only three hours from Darwin, take the drive along Nature’s Way into Kakadu National Park between May and October. Here you can bushwalk through rugged escarpments and lush rainforest, enjoy the splendour of Jim Jim Falls, and head to Gunlom Falls at the southern end of the park where you’ll feel like you’re standing on the edge of the world. Take a cultural cruise on East Alligator River, bird watch at Mardugal Billabong or go searching for some Aboriginal rock art.

    If you have plenty of time you can travel from South Australia to the Top End via the Ghan, considered to be one of Australia’s most incredible train journeys, and watch the scenery change from rolling green hills to rustic red earth and tropical wetlands that typifies the Northern Territory. On your way you can stop off in Katherine for a cruise or Kayak, or take a scenic flight over the Bungle Bungles.

    You can also catch a flight from any capital city direct to Darwin and hire a car from there.

    There is so much to see and do in Darwin and the Top End that you may have trouble fitting it all in! Start by checking out our Darwin accommodation for an adventure you’ll remember long after the dust has settled.

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