Northernmost and the only capital city of Australia, Darwin is one of the most action-packed and exotic destinations not only in the country but in the whole world. Flights to Darwin will take you to the city of natural treasure where you’ll enjoy breathtaking scenery and aboriginal culture at its best.
Cheap flights to Darwin is the best opportunity for travellers from Sydney and Melbourne to escape from chillness and enjoy an average winter temperature of 30°C. However, this city should be everyone’s once-in-a-lifetime travel destination.
Things to do and see in Darwin
Visit Crocosaurus Cove
If you are a brave person and want to see Australia’s exotic creatures, head to the Crocosaurus Cove. You can go cage swimming with crocodiles which is called Cage of Death. You’ll be enclosed in an acrylic box and while dangling in the water, crocodiles will swim around you.
However, if you prefer less interaction with reptiles, you can visit Crocodylus Park. There you will see freshwater and saltwater crocodiles of all sizes and ages swimming through canals. This park also houses monkeys, chameleons, tortoises, lizards, meerkats, tigers, lions, and etc.
Attend Mindil Beach Markets
Every Thursday and Sunday, the residents of Darwin gather together at the Mindil Beach Markets. You can taste delicious local and international cuisine, shop handmade crafts, jewellery, clothing, soaps, perfumes, and aboriginal art. Moreover, you can have a picnic dinner at the beach and enjoy an outstanding sunset view.
After this market, you can head to Deck Chair Cinema and watch movies under the stars. Screenings begin every day at 7:30 pm. On weekends, you can attend a double session.
Visit the Tiwi Islands
Darwin is a perfect gateway to fascinating places and one of them is the Tiwi Islands. Tiwi island is located 80km north of Darwin and consists of 9 islands and people live only on two of them.
The majority of these residents are Tiwi people, an indigenous Australian people reportedly have lived here for 7 000 years. For those, who want to get up close to indigenous history and culture, Tiwi island is the perfect place for it. Nature and bird lovers will also enjoy spending time here. You’ll find lorikeets, northern rosellas, and many other bird species on Tiwi.
Other places you should visit in Darwin:
- Darwin Military Museum
- Mary River Wetlands
- Darwin Harbour
- Kakadu National Park
Questions & Answers
When is the best time to book flights to Darwin?
From mid-June to mid-September is the best time to visit Darwin for the weather. During this period, there is low humidity and minimal rainfall, so you will enjoy the most pleasant climate of Darwin.
What about the prices, the best time to book cheap flights to Darwin is from November to March. This is the wet season of the city, so only a few travellers visit Darwin during this period, which means prices for tickets and hotels are low.
Which airlines have flights to Darwin?
How long is the flight to Darwin?
- Flights from Sydney to Darwin – 4 hrs and 40 mins
- Flights from Melbourne to Darwin – 4 hrs and 32 mins
- Brisbane to Darwin flight – 4 hrs and 7 min
- Adelaide to Darwin flight – 3 hrs and 36 mins
- How to book cheap flights to Darwin?
Flyaustralia.org will help you to find the best flight deals to Darwin, compare flights and airlines to choose the best option for you. You can also check last minute flights to Darwin and plan your dreamy trip with the best prices.
Cheap flights from Darwin
|Destination||Departure at||Return at||Find tickets|
|Adelaide||12 September 2021||17 September 2021|
|Sydney||19 August 2021||24 August 2021|
|Brisbane||3 September 2021||5 September 2021|
|Perth||9 July 2021||14 July 2021|
|Melbourne||1 July 2021||5 July 2021|
|Kununurra||12 June 2021||14 June 2021|
Cheap flights to Darwin
|Origin||Departure at||Return at||Find tickets|
|Melbourne||8 December 2021||14 December 2021|
|Denpasar||19 January 2022||23 January 2022|
|Adelaide||7 September 2021||10 September 2021|
|Sydney||1 November 2021||6 November 2021|
|Brisbane||14 October 2021||17 October 2021|
|Perth||18 August 2021||23 August 2021|