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Mindil Beach Casino Resort

Mindil Beach Casino Resort

4 out of 5
Gilruth Avenue, The Gardens, NT, 0820
The price is AU$462 per night from 10 Jul. to 11 Jul.
Located in Darwin (The Gardens), Mindil Beach Casino Resort is a 4-minute walk from Mindil Beach and 7 minutes by foot from George Brown Darwin Botanic ...
Mindil Beach Casino Resort
Darwin FreeSpirit Resort

Darwin FreeSpirit Resort

4 out of 5
901 Stuart Highway, Holtze, NT, 0829
The price is AU$150 per night from 12 Jul. to 13 Jul.
With a stay at Darwin FreeSpirit Resort in Darwin (Holtze), you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Darwin Waterfront and Flight Path Golf & Outdoor ...
Darwin FreeSpirit Resort
Darwin Resort

Darwin Resort

3 out of 5
378 Stuart Hwy, Winnellie, NT, 0820
The price is AU$149 per night from 10 Jul. to 11 Jul.
With a stay at Darwin Resort in Darwin (Winnellie), you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Darwin Waterfront and Darwin Aviation Museum.
Darwin Resort

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Mercure Darwin Airport Resort

Mercure Darwin Airport Resort

4 out of 5
1 Sir Norman Brearley Drive, Eaton, NT, 0812
The price is AU$339 per night from 29 Jun. to 30 Jun.
With a stay at Mercure Darwin Airport Resort in Darwin (Eaton), you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Darwin Waterfront and Marrara Sports Complex.
Mercure Darwin Airport Resort
Oaks Darwin Elan Hotel

Oaks Darwin Elan Hotel

4 out of 5
31 Woods Street, Darwin, NT, 0800
The price is AU$449 per night from 30 Jun. to 1 Jul.
Oaks Darwin Elan Hotel is in the heart of Darwin, within a 10-minute walk of Smith Street Mall and Darwin Waterfront.
Oaks Darwin Elan Hotel
DoubleTree by Hilton Darwin Esplanade

DoubleTree by Hilton Darwin Esplanade

4 out of 5
116 The Esplanade, Darwin, NT, 0800
The price is AU$471 per night from 25 Jul. to 26 Jul.
With a stay at DoubleTree by Hilton Darwin Esplanade, you'll be centrally located in Darwin, within a 5-minute drive of Darwin Waterfront and The Esplanade.
DoubleTree by Hilton Darwin Esplanade
Nitmiluk Hotel

Nitmiluk Hotel

3 out of 5
11 Third Street, Katherine, NT, 0850
The price is AU$185 per night from 1 Jul. to 2 Jul.
A stay at Nitmiluk Hotel places you in the heart of Katherine, within a 5-minute drive of MiMi Aboriginal Art & Craft and Katherine Country Club.
Nitmiluk Hotel
Ramada Suites by Wyndham Zen Quarter Darwin

Ramada Suites by Wyndham Zen Quarter Darwin

4 out of 5
6 Carey Street, Darwin, NT, 0800
The price is AU$360 per night from 24 Jul. to 25 Jul.
With a stay at Ramada Suites by Wyndham Zen Quarter Darwin, you'll be centrally located in Darwin, a 8-minute walk from Smith Street Mall and 11 minutes by foot ...
Ramada Suites by Wyndham Zen Quarter Darwin
Argus Hotel Darwin

Argus Hotel Darwin

3.5 out of 5
13 Shepherd Street, Darwin, NT, 0800
The price is AU$335 per night from 10 Jul. to 11 Jul.
With a stay at Argus Hotel Darwin, you'll be centrally located in Darwin, within a 5-minute drive of Darwin Waterfront and St Mary Star of the Sea Catholic ...
Argus Hotel Darwin
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Accommodation In Northern Territory

With scenery that ranges from lush green hills to red dusty earth to tropical wetlands, Australia's Top End sure is a diverse destination! When you stay in one of our Northern Territory hotels, you'll be a stone's throw away from all the best attractions as you and your BFFs unwind in the serenity of nature.

History

The entire state is steeped in ancient Aboriginal culture, so you'll have plenty of opportunities to discover the fascinating Indigenous history of each local area and learn about some of the more modern historic events while you're here. Darwin is considered "Australia's Pearl Harbour" because of the damage that was done here during WWII, so hot foot it to the Aviation Heritage Museum which is the perfect place to learn more about the capital city's historic past.

Things to Do

At the start of your trip, you'll most likely land in Darwin, so consider spending a few days in one of our Darwin hotels and exploring the Charles Darwin National Park. Darwin is also home to a thriving Aboriginal art scene and there are heaps of galleries for you to check out, so make sure you wear comfy shoes so you can enjoy it.

Experience Outback Australia at its finest while you stay in Alice Springs. Here you'll have the opportunity to go hiking in the MacDonnell Ranges, go for a desert camel ride or get a bird's eye view from a helicopter or hot air balloon.

Head into the Great Outdoors and explore the lush rainforest and cascading waterfalls of Kakadu National Park, where you might even discover some ancient Aboriginal rock art. The Litchfield National Park is another must-see, with its gorgeous forest walks, waterfalls and swimming holes, as well as its famous termite mounds.

Of course, no stay in the Northern Territory would be complete without visiting Uluru and watching its many shades change over the course of a day. So, pack your walking shoes and get ready for the 9km walk around the base of this Aussie icon.

Shopping and Dining

In Darwin, the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets run between May and October, but there's also the Parap Markets which are held every Saturday, where you can pick up some unique handcrafted souvenirs at bargain prices. Katherine is another great place for shopping, with plenty of art galleries and craft stores in the centre of town. While you're in Katherine, make sure you visit the famous Katherine Gorge and go for a kayak along the Katherine River.

When it comes to dining in NT, you have the option of chowing down on everything from bush tucker to crocodile meat and from casual takeaway to fine gastronomy.

Getting Here and Around

There are a few different airports to choose from, depending on which destinations you're planning on visiting in NT. Darwin Airport is the most popular, but you can also catch a cheap flight to Alice Springs if you'd prefer. Once you've arrived, you'll find it easiest to get around in a hire car and we recommend that you consider hiring a 4WD vehicle if you're planning on doing some serious outback exploring.

Don't wait a minute longer! Book your Northern Territory accommodation with us today and live every lastminute in this amazing destie.

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Accommodation In Northern Territory

With scenery that ranges from lush green hills to red dusty earth to tropical wetlands, Australia's Top End sure is a diverse destination! When you stay in one of our Northern Territory hotels, you'll be a stone's throw away from all the best attractions as you and your BFFs unwind in the serenity of nature.

History

The entire state is steeped in ancient Aboriginal culture, so you'll have plenty of opportunities to discover the fascinating Indigenous history of each local area and learn about some of the more modern historic events while you're here. Darwin is considered "Australia's Pearl Harbour" because of the damage that was done here during WWII, so hot foot it to the Aviation Heritage Museum which is the perfect place to learn more about the capital city's historic past.

Things to Do

At the start of your trip, you'll most likely land in Darwin, so consider spending a few days in one of our Darwin hotels and exploring the Charles Darwin National Park. Darwin is also home to a thriving Aboriginal art scene and there are heaps of galleries for you to check out, so make sure you wear comfy shoes so you can enjoy it.

Experience Outback Australia at its finest while you stay in Alice Springs. Here you'll have the opportunity to go hiking in the MacDonnell Ranges, go for a desert camel ride or get a bird's eye view from a helicopter or hot air balloon.

Head into the Great Outdoors and explore the lush rainforest and cascading waterfalls of Kakadu National Park, where you might even discover some ancient Aboriginal rock art. The Litchfield National Park is another must-see, with its gorgeous forest walks, waterfalls and swimming holes, as well as its famous termite mounds.

Of course, no stay in the Northern Territory would be complete without visiting Uluru and watching its many shades change over the course of a day. So, pack your walking shoes and get ready for the 9km walk around the base of this Aussie icon.

Shopping and Dining

In Darwin, the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets run between May and October, but there's also the Parap Markets which are held every Saturday, where you can pick up some unique handcrafted souvenirs at bargain prices. Katherine is another great place for shopping, with plenty of art galleries and craft stores in the centre of town. While you're in Katherine, make sure you visit the famous Katherine Gorge and go for a kayak along the Katherine River.

When it comes to dining in NT, you have the option of chowing down on everything from bush tucker to crocodile meat and from casual takeaway to fine gastronomy.

Getting Here and Around

There are a few different airports to choose from, depending on which destinations you're planning on visiting in NT. Darwin Airport is the most popular, but you can also catch a cheap flight to Alice Springs if you'd prefer. Once you've arrived, you'll find it easiest to get around in a hire car and we recommend that you consider hiring a 4WD vehicle if you're planning on doing some serious outback exploring.

Don't wait a minute longer! Book your Northern Territory accommodation with us today and live every lastminute in this amazing destie.