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Darwin Holidays

A fun city with a tropical climate

Darwin is a laid-back and eclectic city, boasting a tropical climate and cosmopolitan vibe. Visitors to this relaxed destination will fall in love with friendly attitude, the mix of culture and scenery, and the balmy weather. Read more...

Top 5 things to do in Darwin

  1. Sail Darwin Harbour at sunset
  2. Take a big game fishing trip
  3. Visit the Tiwi Islands
  4. Take a trip out to Litchfield National Park
  5. Visit Katherine Gorge

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Explore the Beauty of Darwin

Darwin is a true melting pot of a city, fusing some 50 cultures to create a unique and diverse metropolis.

With a close proximity to South East Asia, there’s an Asian influence to this area that makes it different to other Australian destinations. Darwin is a jewel of the Northern Territory and a popular choice for visitors to the area, thanks to its vast array of things to see and do.

Despite being a thriving city of industry and tourism, Darwin has retained its heritage; the arts are infused with Aboriginal culture and influences of its past are evident throughout the city.

Nature is also prominent and can be found right on the doorstep of the city, with easy access to the famous Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks, and the Tiwi Islands. Darwin is a city with it all – adventure, scenic views, city life and merging cultures.

Top reasons to visit Darwin:

  • Darwin makes for a great base if you’re looking to visit Melville and Bathurst Islands – otherwise known as the Tiwi Islands
  • Culturally, this city is incredibly diverse – whether you’re looking to explore the past or present, you’ll find something to feed your interest
  • Thanks to the numerous ethnic influences, the city’s culinary scene is eclectic so you’re guaranteed to have abundant choice when it comes to dining
  • The city sits on a vast harbour that looks out to the Timor Sea – go swimming off Litchfield National Park or take a picturesque sailing trip at sunset
  • The city hosts countless festivals throughout the year, so if you can time your trip accordingly be sure to soak up the fun and vibrant atmosphere at one of these annual events

Darwin Information

There are a wide variety of things to see and do whilst staying in Darwin. Check out our travel guides for some of the highlights, top tips and travel inspiration from our Australian Sky Experts, along with some essential information you may need for your holiday.

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The ‘Top End’ is often referred to as Australia’s last frontier. It runs along the northern coast, from the capital city of Darwin in the west, through the wondrous wetlands of Kakadu National Park, and onto Arhem Land in the east.

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