Cheap Air Tickets to Darwin

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Darwin, Australia: An Overview

Darwin, recognized for its multiculturalism, is the tropical capital city of the Northern Territory. It’s estimated that people from over 50 cultures live and enjoy the diversity. It is located on the Northern Territory coast (in north-central Australia), with the Timor Sea (a branch of the Indian Ocean) to the west, and the Arafura Sea to the north in Indonesian waters.

Natural top attractions include Bicentennial Park, George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens, Lake Alexander, and Charles Darwin National Park. Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Northern Territory Parliament House, and Darwin Beer Can Regatta are the key cultural places in the city.

Airport in Darwin

Darwin International Airport

Airport Code: DRW

Location: The airport is located in Darwin’s northern suburbs, 8 km (5.0 mi) from Darwin city centre, in the suburb of Eaton.

Interesting Facts: Darwin International Airport is the busiest airport serving the Northern Territory and Darwin. It ranks as the tenth busiest airport in Australia.

Airlines Operating Flights to Darwin from US Cities: American Airline, United Airlines, Qantas Airways, Singapore Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines

Nonstop Flights to Darwin from USA Cities

No carriers operate nonstop flights to Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. Take a look at connection airports on some of the flight routes from USA to Darwin along with operating carriers.

 

Departure City (Airport) Connection Airport Carrier
San Francisco (SFO) Sydney (SYD) Qantas, American
San Francisco (SFO) Honolulu (HNL), Brisbane (BNE) Hawaiian Airlines, Qantas Airways
San Francisco (SFO) Los Angeles (LAX),

Brisbane (BNE)

Qantas
San Francisco (SFO) Los Angeles (LAX),

Brisbane (BNE)

Virgin Australia
New York (JFK) Los Angeles (LAX)

Melbourne (MEL)

Qantas Airways
New York (JFK) Dallas Fort Worth – DFW

Sydney – SYD

Qantas Airways
New York (JFK) Singapore Changi – SIN

Melbourne – MEL

Qantas Airways
New York (JFK) Tokyo Narita – NRT, Denpasar Bali – DPS

Sydney – SYD

Melbourne – MEL

United Airlines

Garuda Indonesia

Virgin Australia

Seattle Tacoma (SEA) Los Angeles (LAX)

Melbourne (MEL)

Virgin Australia
Seattle Tacoma (SEA) Los Angeles (LAX)

Brisbane (BNE)

Qantas Airways
Atlanta (ATL) Houston Intercontinental – IAH

Singapore Changi – SIN

United Airlines

Singapore Airlines

Atlanta (ATL) Los Angeles (LAX)

Brisbane (BNE)

Qantas Airways
Atlanta (ATL) Dallas Fort Worth (DFW)

Sydney (SYD)

Qantas Airways

Best Time to Visit Darwin

April to September is the best time to visit Darwin. Spotless blue sky, balmy nights and warm days are the characteristics of this season. This gives tourists enough time, and convenience to explore the city in a better way. Tourism is one of Darwin’s largest industries so that you can discover a wide range of amusement and recreational activities in the city. The events and festivals keep the city abuzz with domestic and international tourists. However, travel enthusiasts, who are keen to understand the culture of a place, have a different perception when it comes to figuring out the best to visit Darwin. They prefer to book cheap air tickets to Darwin based on the festival timing. A few noticeable events and their timings are as follows: Sydney Festival (January), National Multicultural Festival, Canberra (February), Perth International Arts Festival (February–March), Adelaide Festival of Arts (March), Darwin Festival (August), and much more.

Top Attractions in Darwin

1. Uluru or Ayers Rock

Located in Uluru Kata-Tjuta National Park and measuring 1, 142 feet in height and 5.8 miles in circumference, Uluru or Ayers Rock is a sacred place for the locals including Yankunytjatjara and Pitjantjatjara Aboriginal. The experience of watching the sunset against the background of this rock is something that you can’t forget in your years to come.

2. Alice Springs

Here is one more reason to fly to Darwin. It’s a significant cultural or arts center that houses a rich legacy spanning over 50K years is a must-see place. Once you are over with watching the museum, you can also spend some time to collect souvenirs or essential goodies that you want. Discover mouth-watering cuisines in the restaurants there and extinguish your appetite fire.

3. Kakadu Crocodile Hotel

As the name suggests, the hotel is built in a crocodile shape in Kakadu National Park. From internally and externally, the size resembles that of a grown-up crocodile with the guest room serving as its abdominal section and other rooms as the rest of the body. Its walls are accessorized with artwork from local artisans.

Adventures in Darwin

1. The Ghan Train

Equipped with all modern amenities, this is a home on the wheel. From the comfort of the finest luxury, watch the most amazing landscape ever rolling by. The train draws its name from the Afghan cameleers who used the trade route between Adelaide and Darwin. The train takes a halt at Katherine from where you can reach the Katherine Gorge to see Aboriginal rock art.

2. Birdwatching in the Mangroves in Darwin

Book your cheap air tickets to Darwin to make yourself acquainted with a world of exotic species like honeyeaters, flycatchers, kingfishers, finches, cockatoos, and drongos. You can easily spot travel guides there ready to assist you with the place.

3. Crocosaurus Cove in Darwin

What could be more adventurous than hand-feeding crocodile and taking a selfie with them? Yes, visit Crocosaurus Cove to befriend with the wildlife. Meet prehistoric reptiles in the “Cage of Death”. See barramundi, sawfish, archerfish, and whiprays in the freshwater aquarium. Here is an opportunity to meet a creature having the longest life-span. Yes, the reference is towards turtles. Visit Turtle Enclosure and Reptile House.