The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Esplanade Darwin is located next to the Darwin Entertainment Centre and overlooks the palm-lined esplanade, with stunning ocean views also available from select rooms. All rooms have been newly refurbished, and the hotel also boasts the largest outdoor swimming pool in Darwin, as well as free WiFi, a fitness room and beauty salon. While being located on the esplanade, the DoubleTree is also within walking distance of many Darwin hotspots, eateries and shopping areas. A later check out time of 1pm will also mean a relaxing end to your stay in Darwin.
The Hilton Darwin is located in the centre of the city’s CBD with stunning views over Darwin Harbour together with a stylish bar and restaurant serving modern Australian cuisine. Enjoy the sunshine in the 10th-floor outdoor lap pool, sip a drink on the terrace and maintain your exercise regimen in the modern fitness centre or take a short walk to nearby shopping, entertainment and dining. Light and contemporary styling of the newly renovated guest rooms feature muted wallpapers and natural tones for a warm and comfortable ambience. With all new local artworks adorning the walls and quality finishes throughout, Hilton Darwin is as stylish as it is accessible.
Travelodge Resort Darwin is a small slice of paradise in the heart of Darwin’s CBD, centrally located to all of Darwin’s key attractions. Go for a splash down at the Darwin Waterfront, visit the popular Crocosaurus Cove or simply enjoy time kicking back in your inner-city oasis. Darwin is the perfect destination to experience fiery sunsets, unique local markets, Indigenous art galleries or simply use it as a gateway to discover Australia's most sensational natural wonderlands such as Kakadu. Travelodge Resort Darwin has recently had a facelift and is now looking fresher than ever. The resort’s 136 hotel rooms and 32 self-contained townhouses now feature new beds and bedding, smart TVs, and a modern new design scheme.
Where to eat:
You’ll find yourself dining at the iconic Hotel Darwin which dates back to 1940 and has been a long-running watering-hole for the city’s locals. This is the place to try a variety of local produce including fresh barramundi, thick rump steak, mouth-watering pizzas and even kangaroo pie.
What to do:
Darwin is the gateway to some of the worlds greatest species of fish, so get a taste of Darwin and come catch your own fish with Darwin Harbour Fishing Charters. Every type of angler and every type of fishing experience is catered for. Even mud crabbing can be done when the tides are right without too much interference to keep fishing at the same time. On the picturesque waters of Darwin Harbour your qualified guide will assist you with everything from baiting your hook to filleting your fish to take home. You will be comfortable on board our sturdy boats with walk around deck, shade canopy and fully surveyed.
While on the Litchfield National Park Waterfalls sightseeing tour, you’ll experience the stunning tropical nature of the famed National Park while also provided with lunch, an experienced driver guide and comprehensive commentary. Your first stop will be at the town of Batchelor (the gateway to Litchfield) before heading on to the magnificent Termite Mounds. It’s then on to view the double waterfalls of Florence Falls from a high vantage point before making your way down to the plunge pool below. Next, you'll enjoy an interpretive walk through the scenic bush and monsoon vine forest surroundings, before continuing on to the spectacular Tolmer Falls which is home to colonies of rare ghost and orange horseshow bats. Time for lunch at Litchfield Café before finishing the day at the popular Wangi Falls which is the perfect place to end your adventurous Litchfield tour.
World Heritage listed and the largest National Park in Australia, Kakadu is one of the most diverse landscapes you’ll ever experience, and you’ll be amazed at the population of wildlife in the water, on the land and in the air. See some of the most amazing terrain Australia has to offer on your way to and inside Kakadu. Marvel at the concentration of rock art sites that illustrate Aboriginal culture, some dating back 50,000 years.
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