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There are limited hotels in central Acacia Hills. That said, you can always stay in one of the 4 options less than 30 kilometres away.
Consider the AAOK Lakes Resort & Caravan Park and BIG4 Howard Springs Holiday Park and see if they suit you.
Still after somewhere to lay your head in Acacia Hills? Consider the Chalets on Woodlands, which is located 20 kilometres from the heart of the city. If that doesn't suit you, try the Lake Bennett Resort, 25 kilometres away.
After you've checked out Acacia Hills for a while, explore Northern Territory's other charms. Admire Northern Territory's rivers. In addition you could spend time at a few of the area's traditional villages, art galleries and craft workshops. Popular activities in this part of Australia include mountain biking.
The nearby localities of Batchelor and Darwin are definitely worth going to. Batchelor is 35 kilometres to the southwest of Acacia Hills, while Darwin is 45 kilometres to the northwest. Batchelor hotels include the Batchelor Holiday Park and Litchfield Tourist Park - Campground. Darwin options are the Argus Apartments Darwin and Marrakai Apartments.
While you are here, why not spend some time rubbing shoulders and cheering along with Northern Territory sports enthusiasts at a local sporting fixture? TIO Stadium is located to the northwest of Acacia Hills. Those wanting to sleep nearby can select from the Quest Parap and the Mercure Darwin Airport Resort.
If you are flying into or out of Darwin International Airport and looking to stay nearby, check out the latest deals at the Novotel Darwin Airport or the Quality Hotel Darwin Airport.
Hotels in Acacia Hills start at AU$105 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.