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  • Argus Hotel Darwin

    Argus Hotel Darwin

    Darwin CBD, Darwin

    Argus Hotel Darwin offers accommodation in Darwin. Each room at this hotel is air conditioned and is equipped with a flat-screen TV with cable channels. The rooms have a private bathroom. This was our second overnight stay at the Argus, after a week in the Kakadu national Park. Temperatures in the high 30s, so what we needed was a cool, calm, quiet place to regroup and relax, before continuing our Aussie tour. The Argus provided this in spades. On the day we checked out, they even let us leave the hire car in the basement garage till we left for the airport in the afternoon; and allowed us to freshen up and change using the disabled washroom. Now that's what I call service.

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    Avg. price/night: £49
    8.8 Fabulous 1,510 reviews
  • The Cavenagh

    The Cavenagh

    Darwin CBD, Darwin

    Offering a swimming pool, a bar and an award-winning restaurant, The Cavenagh is located in Darwin, 500 metres from Crocosaurus Cove. All rooms offer a flat-screen TV. central location and once again the staff very friendly and met our needs,

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    Avg. price/night: £37
    8.0 Very good 1,332 reviews
  • Kalidonis Village

    Kalidonis Village

    Darwin CBD, Darwin

    KALIDONIS VILLAGE is offering accommodation in Darwin. A fitness room is available for guests. The accommodation provides a shared kitchen and free WiFi. The room, the kitchen and the people

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    Avg. price/night: £45
    8.4 Very good 260 reviews
  • Darwin City Hotel

    Darwin City Hotel

    Darwin CBD, Darwin

    Opened in December 2017, Darwin City Hotel is well situated in the middle of Darwin, a 2-minute walk from Crocosaurus Cove. Buena atención y mucho cuidado con los detalles. Nos trataron muy bien

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    Avg. price/night: £46
    8.7 Fabulous 411 reviews
  • Rydges Palmerston - Darwin

    Rydges Palmerston - Darwin


    Situated 20 minutes’ drive from Darwin’s CBD and Airport, Rydges Palmerston – Darwin offers an urban oasis with stylish accommodation. What did you like ? Everything!!! Could not fault this hotel, the staff were all very nice and always greeted you with a smile. The fork and Dagger restaurant is fantastic, a special thanks to Stephanie who really did make us feel welcome there. My wife had the pasta dish and I had the Barramundi, why wouldn’t you when staying in Darwin. The location was perfect for our needs, close to family and only a 15/20min drive back to Mitchel st and surrounding area, and on those roads, an easy drive. Thank you Rydges Palmerston, we will certinatly sing your praises.

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    Avg. price/night: £71
    8.9 Fabulous 349 reviews
  • Oaks Elan Darwin

    Oaks Elan Darwin

    Darwin CBD, Darwin

    Located in central Darwin, 10 minutes’ walk from the Darwin Convention Centre, Oaks Elan Darwin offers a restaurant and an outdoor lap pool. Some rooms feature a private balcony. Huge room, looks new, clean towel, sea facing room.

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    Avg. price/night: £66
    8.5 Very good 899 reviews

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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