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Australia's Cyclonic Cocktail

Darwin displays a cocktail of cultures from ‘Aussie larrikins’ to the local Aboriginals from Larrakia Country. Throw in an influx of international visitors who now call the Top End of Australia home, and this concoction bedazzles with busy outdoor markets and an adequate supply of drinking holes (pubs).

The modern Darwin Wharf precinct, including Stokes Hill Wharf, still gleams on those endless summer days having been rebuilt after the destruction caused both during World War II bombings and Cyclone Tracey. Grab a bar stool with a view of the harbour or a seat on a terrace and sip a cool drink in Australia’s northernmost, tropical capital city.

A popular time for tourists is Darwin’s dry season that starts in May and ends in October. If you prefer it hot and humid, then the end of the wet season can be spectacular when the waterfalls in Kakadu and Litchfield national parks are at their mightiest.

Australia’s wild frontier can be reached all the way from Adelaide and Alice Springs along the picturesque Stuart Highway that ends at Daly Street in the CBD. Outside the centre are the natural surrounds in Palmerston, Humpty Doo and closer by is Mindil Beach with its famous Sunset Market.

Darwin International Airport has international flights from Singapore and Bali. You can choose from a variety of hotels, hostels and apartments on New South Wales Tourism .

Most booked hotels in Darwin in the past month

Darwin CBD, Darwin
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8.2 Very Good ... 2601 reviews
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7.3 Good ... 1984 reviews
, Darwin
7.5 Good ... 1370 reviews
Darwin CBD, Darwin
7.8 Good ... 1944 reviews
Darwin CBD, Darwin
8.4 Very Good ... 273 reviews
Darwin CBD, Darwin
7.7 Good ... 1837 reviews

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Darwin Hotels

Hotel in Darwin CBD, Darwin
7.5 Good ... 3179 reviews
Darwin City Hotel is located in the Darwin CBD district, just a 2-minute walk from Crocosaurus Cove and an 8-minute...
Hotel in Darwin CBD, Darwin
8.2 Very Good ... 2601 reviews
Argus Hotel Darwin offers accommodations in Darwin. Each room at this hotel is air conditioned and is equipped with a...
Darwin
8.3 Very Good ... 2960 reviews
Ideally positioned in the heart of Darwin CBD, Oaks Darwin Elan Hotel is just minutes' from the Darwin Waterfront Precinct...
Darwin
7.5 Good ... 1370 reviews
Guests can enjoy a drink or meal by the pool at Novotel Darwin Airport. Located only 820 feet from Darwin...
Hotel in Darwin
7.3 Good ... 1984 reviews
Free airport transfers, free WiFi and free car parking are provided at Mercure Darwin Airport Resort, just 1148 feet from...
Hotel in Darwin CBD, Darwin
7.8 Good ... 1944 reviews
The Cavenagh Hotel is located 2297 feet from Darwin Convention Center, 2953 feet from Darwin Entertainment Center, 1640 feet from...
Hotel in Jingili, Darwin
7.8 Good ... 1404 reviews
The 4-star Quality Hotel Darwin Airport offers free WiFi and free on-site parking. There are free transfers to and from...
Hotel in Darwin CBD, Darwin
7.7 Good ... 1115 reviews
DoubleTree by Hilton Esplanade Darwin offers air-conditioned, refurbished rooms, tropical gardens, an on-site restaurant, bar and a large outdoor swimming...

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Darwin's best hotels with breakfast

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7.5 Good ... 1370 reviews
Guests can enjoy a drink or meal by the pool at Novotel Darwin Airport. Located only 820 feet from Darwin...
Darwin CBD,
7.7 Good ... 550 reviews
Located in Darwin city center, just 820 feet from the Esplanade, Hilton Darwin features a restaurant, bar and outdoor swimming...
Darwin CBD,
6.9 Pleasant ... 702 reviews
Conveniently located on the Esplanade, Novotel Darwin CBD features a swimming pool and an atrium with a spectacular indoor tropical...
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8.0 Very Good ... 1 reviews
Featuring 3-star accommodations, Ibis Darwin Airport Hotel is located in Darwin, 6.4 miles from Museum & Art Gallery of the...

Budget hotels in Darwin

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7.5 Good ... 1370 reviews
Guests can enjoy a drink or meal by the pool at Novotel Darwin Airport. Located only 820 feet from Darwin...
Darwin CBD,
7.7 Good ... 550 reviews
Located in Darwin city center, just 820 feet from the Esplanade, Hilton Darwin features a restaurant, bar and outdoor swimming...
Darwin CBD,
6.9 Pleasant ... 702 reviews
Conveniently located on the Esplanade, Novotel Darwin CBD features a swimming pool and an atrium with a spectacular indoor tropical...
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8.0 Very Good ... 1 reviews
Featuring 3-star accommodations, Ibis Darwin Airport Hotel is located in Darwin, 6.4 miles from Museum & Art Gallery of the...

FAQs about hotels in Darwin

On average, 3-star hotels in Darwin cost $66 per night, and 4-star hotels in Darwin are $108 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Darwin can be found for $153 per night, on average (based on New South Wales Tourism prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Darwin this weekend is $90 or, for a 4-star hotel, $121. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Darwin for this weekend cost around $161 per night, on average (based on New South Wales Tourism prices).
On average, it costs $87 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Darwin for tonight. You'll pay around $123 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Darwin will cost around $159, on average (based on New South Wales Tourism prices).
Many families visiting Darwin loved staying at Darwin Harbour Suite, Hilton Garden Inn Darwin, and Oaks Darwin Elan Hotel.
Some of the best hotels in Darwin near Mindil Beach include Nomikis'On The Avenue, Mindil Beach Casino Resort and Dashwood Dreaming - Room in Shared Apartment.
Oaks Darwin Elan Hotel, Argus Hotel Darwin, and Capitanos are some of the popular hotels in Darwin.
For hotels in Darwin that serve highly-rated breakfasts, try Darwin Harbour Suite, Hilton Garden Inn Darwin, and Oaks Darwin Elan Hotel.
These hotels in Darwin are highly rated by couples: Hilton Garden Inn Darwin, Argus Hotel Darwin, and Darwin Harbour Suite.
Oaks Darwin Elan Hotel, Darwin Harbour Suite, and Argus Hotel Darwin got great room view-related reviews from travelers in Darwin.

What guests said about Darwin

10 While it was very humid and a few short showers as its at the end of...
While it was very humid and a few short showers as its at the end of the wet season .I loved the stunning scenery .Darwin while its a city you can still relax ,chill out. The waterfront area is a great place to relax ,dine out and catch up with a few friends. Darwin is a easy city to get around we used Uber and Public Transport NSW Seniors get free transport just flash your seniors card. If you want they have lots of scooters around town to hire . We loved learning about the history of Darwin. Plenty of places that you can enjoy for free. My best tip is go to the NT Tourism Office they have all the info you need and can help you with any bookings We did Kakadu by flight ,day trip to Lichfield ,Sail Darwin and cruise on the harbour about the Bombing of Darwin . Loved going out to Stoke wharf and enjoying the local resturants.
Linda, Australia
2 There is almost nothing to do in Darwin and downtown there are lot of homeless people. From...
There is almost nothing to do in Darwin and downtown there are lot of homeless people. From Darwin you can do day excursions, for example to Kakadu, but you will spend about 8 hours on a bus or minivan. It is not worth!
Boccadoro, Singapore
10 Darwin is a fantastic place for a holiday. Particularly if you like hot weather war history...
Darwin is a fantastic place for a holiday. Particularly if you like hot weather war history or natural beauty. Best time to travel is in the dry season if you can (Aussie winter) because you will find everything open and accessible. But if you want everything to yourself the wet season (Aussie summer) is okay (just expect some things to be closed, and your eyeballs will sweat from the humidity) but if you can get out of the heat every once and awhile still a great holiday will be had! They have lots of interesting places to visit like the world war 2 museums, oil storage tankers, aviation museum, Royal Flying doctors museum. Litchfield national park is not far out of Darwin where you can take in the natural beauty and plenty of waterfalls (dry season). The wharf area for foodies, plenty of hotels and night life in Mitchell Street. If you are up for a tour there are plenty to Kakadu, Litchfield, fishing tours, helicopter and Darwin harbour cruises. We spent 10 days in Darwin (not our first visit) so our trip was more about relaxation this time but you could easy fill a couple of weeks looking at everything Darwin has to offer. I would recommend unless you plan on paying for tours, taxis or ubers etc a car is nearly essential (makes it way easier to get around, particularly in the heat). If you are travelling in the wet season (Aussie Summer) then check your hotel facilities are actually open (we found a hotel we stayed at didnt have the pool bar or restaurant open).
Nicole, Australia
8 good seaview good seafish good fishing spot good greenland good sky only one thing is very bad.(I pay the fishing charter...
good seaview good seafish good fishing spot good greenland good sky only one thing is very bad.(I pay the fishing charter Yknot for 3 full day chsrters. it cancell all ,but 2 of these no refund. I ask why. But they no reply any more…………)
Tommy, Australia
8 We had a vehicle to use which made the holiday memorable … Aviation museum and Darwin...
We had a vehicle to use which made the holiday memorable … Aviation museum and Darwin museum and art gallery were a must to visit .. Ferry wharf precinct worth a visit Every visitor needs to visit the Laksa Queen and enjoy her meal …. Delicious flavour
Peter, Australia
6 I have to be honest. I am a Darwin resident, however I reside bush way...
I have to be honest. I am a Darwin resident, however I reside bush way out of town. I love living here, but in the last couple of years Darwin has become a out of control violent crime ridden town. Just google and you will see for yourselves. Please enjoy our beautiful places but do be very very careful. Breaks my heart.
LyndaPW, Australia

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