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Accommodations in Darwin

131

Accommodations Prices From

AU$67

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Travel high season

Jun - Aug

Travel low season

Mar - May

High season avg price

AU$301

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AU$197
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Season
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Avg. temperature
Avg. precipitation
Dec - Feb
Avg. price/night
$297
$58$992
Avg. temperature
28ºC
15ºC36ºC
Avg. precipitation
359mm
WETTEST
0 mm471 mm
Mar - May
Avg. price/night
$219
LOWEST
$58$992
Avg. temperature
28ºC
15ºC36ºC
Avg. precipitation
117mm
0 mm471 mm
Jun - Aug
Avg. price/night
$325
HIGHEST
$58$992
Avg. temperature
25ºC
COLDEST
15ºC36ºC
Avg. precipitation
1mm
DRIEST
0 mm471 mm
Sep - Nov
Avg. price/night
$270
$58$992
Avg. temperature
29ºC
WARMEST
15ºC36ºC
Avg. precipitation
88mm
0 mm471 mm
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Hotels near the sights

  • Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory
    The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT) is the NT's premier cultural institution. Enjoy permanent exhibition highlights such as Cyclone Tracy, Natural History and Sweetheart, a famous croc as well as exciting temporary exhibitions. Enjoy a meal at the picturesque Saltwater cafe overlooking the sea or purchase a book or gift at the Store at the Museum. Entry is free. MAGNT runs an engaging series of talks, public programs, workshops and school holiday programs. Check out the website for details
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  • Crocosaurus Cove
    Crocosaurus Cove allows visitors a unique, up close and personal view of massive saltwater crocodiles, crocodile hatchlings, juveniles as well as being home to the World’s largest display of Australian reptiles and the famous Cage of Death. The Cage of Death is the only cage in the world that brings you face to face with some of the largest Saltwater Crocodiles in captivity. Remember to bring your bathers and ‘Swim with the Crocs’ in our unique swimming area that allows you to get up close to our very active juveniles. Don’t miss the chance to feed these hungry juveniles as part of our latest attraction, "fishing for crocs" ...this is a photo opportunity not to be missed. Meet the reptiles and learn more about the Top End’s unique and favourite critters such as Western Bearded Dragons and Olive Pythons. Check out the barramundi in our 200,000 litre freshwater aquarium and don’t forget our gorgeous top end turtle enclosure. All this and a daily program of fun & interactive reptile activities await you at Crocosaurus Cove, in the heart of Darwin City.
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  • RFDS Darwin Tourist Facility
    The Royal Flying Doctor Service Darwin Tourist Facility is an exciting attraction on Stokes Hill Wharf that brings to life two iconic Australian stories. Both iconic stories are retold using state of the art technology including Virtual Reality headsets, hologram movies, audio-visuals and touch screen TVs as well as the fascinating story boards. The first story is the Royal Flying Doctor Service, affectionately known as the RFDS. Founded in 1928 by Reverend John Flynn, it began its aero-medical operations in the Northern Territory in 1939. The second story is the Bombing of Darwin on 19th February 1942. The bombing raids by the Japanese, brought destruction to the city of Darwin and many of the events that happened that day are featured. The RFDS Tourist Facility is a must see in Darwin for visitors of all ages and families to have an interesting learning experience about Darwin's history. The facility will be closed Good Friday 7th April 23 and Christmas Day 25 Dec 23.
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  • Mindil Beach
    Situated just 5 minutes from Darwin City, Mindil Beach is a local’s favourite for watching tropical sunsets over the ocean. With a palm filled, grassy reserve, Mindil Beach is popular for markets and events. The Mindil Beach Sunset Markets take place here every Thursday and Sunday evening throughout the dry season (April to October). Follow the surrounding walking paths, which take you from Mindil Beach to Fannie Bay and East Point Reserve.
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  • Berry Springs Nature Park
    Berry Springs Nature Park, is a great location close to Darwin where you can enjoy a refreshing swim and a BBQ. A great place to unwind after spending a day at the Territory Wildlife Park. Please check our website for access to swimming. During the wet season, October-April, the pools may be closed when swimming is considered to be unsafe.
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  • Darwin Aviation Museum
    A B-52 bomber (one of only two on display outside the U.S.) is exhibited here along with other military aircraft, engines and the wreckage of a Japanese Zero fighter shot down in the 1942 air raids on Darwin.
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  • Darwin Waterfront
    Experience the best of Darwin's tropical lifestyle with lush parklands, a man-made beach along the saltwater recreation lagoon, and Darwin's most popular attraction, the Wave Lagoon. Dine on around the world cuisine as you refuel after a morning swim, linger over a luxurious lunch, or stop for a sundowner. Choose from high-end Mediterranean and Mexican restaurants, to more casual cafes and bars - you'll never be too far from an ice cream or a cocktail! Experience Darwin's multicultural and vibrant community with a year-round program of activities, festivals and events. Explore Stokes Hill Wharf, a favourite fishing and fish-and-chip spot and popular starting point for harbour cruises where you can experience the best of Darwin Harbour aboard sunset cruises, fishing tours or 00Seven Jet Ski Adventures. There's so much to love at Darwin Waterfront.
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  • Wave Lagoon
    One of the Waterfront's coolest attractions is the Wave Lagoon: a palm-fringed swimming pool that turns into a tube-riding, boogie-boarding bucket of fun when the waves roll in every 20 minutes. The fully patrolled Wave Lagoon is two metres at its deepest point and slopes to a shallow area of still water, perfect for families. Bring your book: there are plenty of banana lounges, beach umbrellas and shady patches of lawn. Aqua Zumba classes every Sunday from 9am are a HUGE hit with tourists and locals alike.
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  • Defence of Darwin Experience
    The Defence of Darwin Experience is managed by Darwin Military Museum on behalf of the Northern Territory Government. It was established to tell a story of Darwin's role in World War II and is dedicated to the period 1932 to 1945 - a very important time in Territory history. The Defence of Darwin Experience opened on 18 February 2012, which was in time to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the Bombing of Darwin. Defence of Darwin Experience is the first facility in Australia to provide visitor with an immersive, interactive, multimedia experience which extends beyond the physical walls of the precinct 'hub'. The Defence of Darwin Experience is fully airconditioned inlcuding a gift shop and cafe. The Darwin Military Museum is only a step outside of the Defence of Darwin Experience, providing visitors with a different experience: artillery pieces; vehicles, uniforms, firearms, models and paintings and much more. The Darwin Military Museum is the original military museum which was established from the 1960s by the Royal Australian Association of the Northern Territory. The Darwin Military Museum is continuing to expand by adding more exhibitions to further educate visitors of Northern Australia involvement in WWII. Defence of Darwin Experience and Darwin Military Museum has formed a large World War II precinct at East Point. Visitors can move through the precinct and view the displays and exhibitions offered by both facilities.
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  • Darwin Military Museum
    The Darwin Military Museum is the original military museum which was established from the 1960s by the Royal Australian Association of the Northern Territory. The Darwin Military Museum is only a step outside of the Defence of Darwin Experience, providing visitors with a different experience: artillery pieces; vehicles, uniforms, firearms, models and paintings and much more. The Darwin Military Museum is continuing to expand by adding more exhibitions to further educate visitors of Northern Australia involvement in WWII. Defence of Darwin Experience and Darwin Military Museum has formed a large World War II precinct at East Point. Visitors can move through the precinct and view the displays and exhibitions offered by both facilities.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Darwin hotels

Argus Hotel Darwin, Mindil Beach Casino Resort, and Vitina Studio Motel are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Mindil Beach. See the full list: Hotels near Mindil Beach.

Palms City Resort, Travelodge Resort Darwin, and Mantra on the Esplanade Darwin are all popular resorts for travellers staying in Darwin. See the full list: Darwin Resorts.

Popular hotels close to Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory include Cullen Bay Resorts, Mindil Beach Casino Resort, and Paravista Motel. See the full list: Hotels near Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory.

Popular hotels close to Darwin Airport include Mercure Darwin Airport Resort, Novotel Darwin Airport, and Hi Way Inn Motel. See the full list: Hotels near Darwin Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Crocosaurus Cove are Palms City Resort, Oaks Darwin Elan Hotel, and Hilton Darwin. See the full list: Hotels near Crocosaurus Cove.

Popular cheap hotels in Darwin include Palms City Resort, Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront, and Anka Bar Top End Hotel. See the full list: Cheap Hotels in Darwin.

Ramada Suites Zen Quarter, Palms City Resort, and Oaks Darwin Elan Hotel all received great reviews from families travelling in Darwin. See the full list: Family Hotels Darwin.

Some of the most popular hotels with a pool in Darwin include Adina Apartment Hotel Darwin Waterfront, Ramada Suites Zen Quarter, and Palms City Resort. See the full list: Hotels with a Pool in Darwin.