Stay in our Darwin accommodation to experience the relaxed lifestyle, rich culture and history of Australia's only tropical capital city. While staying in our Darwin accommodation, get up close and personal with one of Australia's most infamous animals - the crocodile! See the daily feeding of 15,000 saltwater crocodiles at the Darwin Crocodile Farm or see hawksbill turtles, green iguanas, monkeys, Persian leopards and Bengal tigers alongside Australian wildlife at Crocodylus Park.
Experience the area's rich heritage and history, while staying in our Darwin hotels with a visit to the Museum and Art Gallery of Northern Territory. It is located at Bullocky Point, on Darwin Harbour, among a tropical garden and boasts collections of the region's art and culture. Visit Fannie Bay Gaol which operated as Her Majesty's Gaol and Labour Prison from 1883 until 1979. It still contains the original building with sixteen stone cells! See a fine example of British colonial architecture constructed of locally quarried porcelanite stone at Lyons Cottage, also known as BAT (British Australian Telegraph) House. Visit the Didgeridoo Hut, which is owned and operated by Aboriginal people. Watch as local Northern Territory Aboriginal artists work and discuss their art and culture. Here, there are many arts and crafts products for sale including, paintings on paper, bark and canvas, weavings, carvings, didgeridoos, and emu products.
Staying in our Darwin hotels from April to November? Enjoy the tropical nights and beautiful views of Darwin Harbour while watching a film in a relaxed atmosphere at the Deckchair Cinema. Or, visit the world famous Mindil Beach Sunset Markets, which operate on Thursday and Sunday nights between April and October. Here, you can browse through over 200 stalls, enjoy international cuisine, book a tour, get a massage, have your palm read or watch the buskers and performing artists.
Our Darwin accommodation is a great base to explore the World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park, just 120km from Darwin. Apart from the amazing flora and fauna of the rainforest and wetlands, major attractions of the park include the Aboriginal shelters, stone tools, grindstones and ochre, evidence of over 50,000 years of Aboriginal inhabitation. Or if you want to take your time to explore the area, we have great rates on Kakadu National Park accommodation.
Other popular regions to stay in the Northern Territory: Alice Springs Hotels, Ayers Rock/Uluru, Katherine, Kings Canyon.