The ‘Top End’ of the Northern Territory is home to Darwin, Australia’s most multicultural city, boasting inhabitants from over 50 nations. This cosmopolitan make-up gives the small city a vibrant buzz and friendly atmosphere that visitors always enjoy. Nearby Darwin, the region is also site of the immense Kakadu National Park – Australia’s largest national park. This diverse landscape boasts grassy woodlands, gushing waterfalls, vast floodplains, towering clifftops, wildlife-rich wetlands and some of the world’s most famous Aboriginal rock-art sites, including Nourlangie Rock and Ubirr. It is well worth taking a few days to explore and appreciate this fascinating region.
Popular Tailor-made Darwin Holidays
Want to experience Darwin and the Outback in one holiday? Our Darwin holidays are the answer. Featuring a stay in the city as well as its tropical surrounds, our Darwin holidays take in multiple destinations and cover everything from flights to hand-picked hotels, experiences, tours and transport. And best of all, these holidays are just examples of what we can arrange for you, as we can tailor each itinerary to suit you.
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Darwin Holiday Types
At Flight Centre, we want you to choose your own adventure based on your interests which is why we’ve created a range of Darwin holiday types. From adventures in the great outdoors to road trips and iconic journeys, be inspired by our holiday types below or talk to our Experts for more ideas.
More About Darwin
Currency: Australian dollar
Flight time: London to Darwin flight time is around 15 hours and 45 minutes direct or just over 19 hours with a stopover.
Visas: British Citizens require a tourist eTA visa, which you can apply for online.
Vaccinations: No vaccinations are required
Top 3 Things to Do in Darwin
- Shop at the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets
- Go for a crocodile cruise on the Adelaide River
- Take a day trip to Litchfield National Park
When to Go to Darwin
Unlike the rest of the Northern Territory, the Top End, which includes Darwin as well as Kakadu and Katherine, has just two seasons, the wet and the dry. The dry season takes place from May to October and is ideal for visiting Darwin for dry and less humid conditions, and for seeing wildlife when on safari nearby. From November to April is when the wet season hits and is when you can see Darwin’s nearby waterfalls in full force and national parks looking vibrant green.
Why Book Your Darwin Holiday With Flight Centre
World’s #1 to Australia: Flight Centre is born and bred in Australia. We opened our very first store in Sydney in 1982 and now sell over 1.3 million tickets to Australia every year, making us the world’s number one to Australia.
Local knowledge: As an Australian-born company, we know Australia better than anyone. In fact, we have Flight Centre stores located throughout Darwin, giving us access to unprecedented local travel advice and up-to-date information.
Flexibility: We offer flexible deposits, the opportunity to pay the balance of your holiday just 10 weeks before departure, and fixed change and cancellation fees.
Flight Centre Concierge and 24/7 Emergency Assistance Service: When you book a holiday to Darwin from our range of tailor-made Journeys, you’ll also enjoy access to our inclusive concierge and 24/7 Emergency Assistance services.