Discover Darwin and the Northern Territory
Discover Darwin from £1,114*
Fly from London Heathrow and Manchester to Darwin. Explore the Northern Territory’s tropical capital city. There is plenty to do in this harbourside paradise including visiting one of its famous street markets, venturing out across the harbour by boat or even jet ski, experiencing its cultural diversity through its restaurants and cafes or watching a spectacular, fiery orange sunset from its beaches.
Explore Top End National Parks
Darwin is the perfect gateway to the Top End’s stunning national parks - Kakadu, Nitmiluk and Litchfield. Here you’ll find waterfalls galore, epic swimming holes and plenty of nature and wildlife. Take a cruise to spot crocs, wild horses, buffalo and beautiful birdlife or hire a tour guide to show you ancient rock art that dates up to 30,000 years old.
Experience the Outback
From Darwin, make the short journey by plane to Alice Springs and explore The Red Centre. Alice is the quintessential Australian outback town, full of pioneering history and indigenous culture. Hire a car and drive to the most famous rock in Australia; Uluru. A 600-million-year-old monolith with huge spiritual and cultural significance to its Traditional Owners and over 100 activities to experience nearby.
An elevated travel experience awaits on board
Fly to Darwin in Premium Economy from £2,578*
Fly from London Heathrow or Manchester, and upgrade to Premium Economy to get your flight to Darwin off to the perfect start. Enjoy priority check-in and boarding on the ground. In the air, stretch out in a wider seat, extra leg room and extra recline.
Fly via Singapore to Darwin with Singapore Airlines
Experience the difference with Singapore Airlines and enjoy an elevated travel journey on your flight to Darwin. As Australia’s most frequent visitor, select from a choice of four daily flights from London Heathrow or four weekly flights from Manchester Airport to Singapore and connect seamlessly onto one of five weekly non-stop flights to Darwin.
Moreover, thanks to our partnership with Virgin Australia easily explore the land down under with seamless connectivity to more than 30 domestic destinations.
Look forward to travelling with the world’s most awarded airline where comfort and exceptional service is the gold standard. So, sit back, relax and indulge in specially curated wines and gourmet cuisine crafted by our panel of international wine experts and acclaimed chefs, whilst our world-class cabin crew take care of you every step of the way.
London Heathrow fares to Darwin from £1,114*
Manchester fares to Darwin from £1,080*.
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Top things to do in Darwin and Northern Territory
Experience Adventure your way
Whether you’re into adrenaline pumping adventures, or a softer, slower kind of travel experience, the Northern Territory has got you covered. Scenic flights, both helicopter and fixed wing, offer incredible views of the national parks from above all year round. You’ll witness thundering waterfalls and epic vistas in the Top End and in the Red Centre look out for the awe-inspiring icons of Uluru and Kata Tjuta set in the middle of the vibrant red desert. You can hike famous multi-day trails all through the NT and mountain bike around Alice Springs, or you can simply float through the water holes of Litchfield National Park and Kakadu, or stroll the evening markets at Mindil Beach. You can take a heart-pumping jetboat or jet-ski ride across Darwin Harbour or experience the city’s Insta-worthy sunsets on a sumptuous dinner cruise while you sit back and learn about its history and culture.
Discover spectacular Nature & Wildlife
Did you know that Kakadu National Park is home to one third of Australia’s bird species? That’s over 280! For nature lovers, Kakadu is a ‘must visit’ as not only does it have incredible birdlife, it’s also home to water buffalo, wild horses and saltwater crocs which you can get up close to on a Yellow Water Billabong Cruise. To experience the stunning escarpments, winding gorges and natural hot springs of the Katherine region, visit Nitmiluk National Park, three hours’ drive south of Darwin and the perfect place to hike, kayak and cruise. To see an Australian wildlife icon up close, visit Alice Spring’s Kangaroo Sanctuary where you can cuddle and feed orphaned baby joeys and witness how the grown-up kangaroos love their 188-acre home. If you’re a nature and wildlife enthusiast, make sure the Northern Territory is high up on your list of places to go as it’s packed full of nature and wildlife.
Immerse yourself in Indigenous Art & Culture
The Northern Territory is famous for its Indigenous art and culture. In fact, Alice Springs has the most art galleries, per capita, of anywhere in Australia making it one of the best places to learn about, and purchase, indigenous art. And, in the Top End, a different kind of art lies on the rock walls, caves and escarpments of the national parks, depicting an ancient culture of up to 30,000 years old.
Day trips to the Tiwi Islands (from Darwin) are an excellent way to immerse yourself in and indigenous island culture; you’ll learn about how this friendly indigenous community lives, they’ll show you their locally made artwork and textiles, teach you about the Tiwi Creation Story and let you take part in a cultural art workshop where you’ll get to take home your own art memento.
Sample Delicious Cuisine
Darwin is actually so famous for its Laksa, that they even created a festival for it! Darwin is the closest Australian capital city to Asia and as such has a diverse and eclectic array of cuisine with plenty of delicious Asian inspired restaurants. Visit the many bars and restaurants in the CBD or on the Waterfront for tasty food made with local produce. Head over to Mindil Beach Sunset Markets to try one of the many food stalls whilst watching the sunset from the beach.
Elsewhere in the Northern Territory, beyond Darwin, enjoy a sunset dinner cruise on Nitmiluk Gorge or sundowners and canapes on a billabong in Kakadu. Dine al fresco ‘Under a Desert Moon’ at Kings Canyon or at one of the incredible outdoor dining experiences at Uluru. Imagine drinking Australian sparkling wine atop a sand dune whilst the sun sets over Uluru and Kata Tjuta, and then sitting down to a 4-course dinner, infused with native herbs and spices
Fly within Australia with Virgin Australia
Take advantage of our partnership with Virgin Australia and seamlessly connect onto over 30 destinations within Australia including regional airport, Alice Springs.
Passengers can enjoy value-for-money comfort with complimentary water, tea and coffee. A variety of customers’ favourite food and drinks will also be available for purchase from Virgin Australia’s onboard menu.
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