Direct flights to Darwin
Darwin has a relaxed outdoor lifestyle and enjoys warm weather all year round. See all direct flights available to Darwin and learn more about the destination.
Darwin Intl is a small to medium sized airport in Australia. In total there are 23 airports with direct flights to Darwin from 3 different countries and 7 U.S. states. The airport is a hub for Airnorth. You can easily reach Darwin with daily non-stop flights from 5 other major hubs like Brisbane, Adelaide and Melbourne (Qantas).
Non-stop routes to DRW:
Located on the tropical North West coast of Australia, Darwin is the capital of the Northern territory and synonymous with Australia’s ‘Top End’. With a very hot and humid climate, Darwin is prone to huge storms and has been famously destroyed by several enormous cyclones over the years.
Its cosmopolitan population of Aborigines, Australian and immigrants have resiliently rebuilt the city and Darwin is home to over 90,000 residents. The city itself is compact and perfect for exploring on foot and is a great base for exploring the popular National Parks of Kakadu and Litchfield nearby.
Book a direct flight to Darwin
The majority of the direct flights to Darwin are domestic connections, even if there are also some international airports from which you can fly directly to Darwin. Listed below are some of the most popular direct connections – check out the links to see all flight options available.
- Direct flights from Adelaide (ADL) to Darwin (DRW)
- Direct flights from Brisbane (BNE) to Darwin (DRW)
- Direct flights from Melbourne (MEL) to Darwin (DRW)
- Direct flights from Sydney (SYD) to Darwin (DRW)
- Direct flights from Kununurra (KNX) to Darwin (DRW)
What to experience in Darwin
Attractions in Darwin itself include Crocosaurus Cove where you can get up close to some of the largest crocodiles in captivity as well as other marine life including turtles and stingrays. If you’re feeling brave you can be lowered into the ‘Cage of Death’ with a 600 saltwater croc called Snowy!
There are a couple of other crocodile-orientated attractions in Darwin including the Darwin Crocodile Farm where you can watch feeding time and the Crocodylus Park & Zoo which is home to hundreds of crocodiles and other animals including lions, leopards and monkeys.
Other attractions in Darwin worth a visit are the Aviation Museum which is jam-packed with military aircraft, Marine Aquarium, the superb Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory and Bicentennial Park.
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The climate in Darwin
Darwin has a tropical savanna climate with distinct wet and dry seasons and the average maximum temperature is similar all year round. The dry season runs from April/May to October, during which nearly every day is warm and sunny, and afternoon humidity averages around 30 %. There is very little rainfall between May and September. In the coolest months of June and July, the daily minimum temperature may dip as low as 14 °C (57 °F), but very rarely lower, and frost has never been recorded.