Below are all flights to Darwin (DRW), Northern Territory in Australia. We compare cheap one-way and round trip flights to all Australian destinations including Darwin airport from airlines including Virgin Australia (VA), Qantas Airways (QF), Jetstar (JQ), Airnorth Regional (TL). Discount return air fares to Darwin start at $366.54 from Virgin Australia (VA) to $776.43 from Qantas Airways (QF). Airfares may include deals for non-stop or multi-legged economy, business and first class tickets to Darwin,Australia (AU).
|Flying With||Departing||Returning||Class||Prices From (AUD)|
|V Australia||02 September 2013||13 September 2013||Economy||$332.45|
|Jetstar||10 September 2013||26 September 2013||Economy||$342.93|
|V Australia||30 May 2013||21 June 2013||Economy||$366.54|
|Jetstar||13 June 2013||19 June 2013||Economy||$372.95|
|Jetstar||24 January 2014||28 January 2014||Economy||$372.95|
|Qantas Airways||14 August 2013||14 August 2013||Economy||$404.15|
|Skywest Airlines||07 June 2013||10 June 2013||Economy||$420.33|
|Jetstar||09 September 2013||19 September 2013||Economy||$450.95|
|Jetstar||23 June 2013||04 July 2013||Economy||$492.95|
|V Australia||20 August 2013||30 August 2013||Economy||$495.36|
|V Australia||05 October 2013||10 October 2013||Economy||$511.66|
|Qantas Airways||01 July 2013||17 July 2013||Economy||$514.96|
|Airnorth Regional||05 July 2013||14 July 2013||Economy||$525.79|
|Qantas Airways||26 May 2013||29 May 2013||Economy||$556.39|
|Jetstar||11 June 2013||30 June 2013||Economy||$563.45|
|Airnorth Regional||17 July 2013||27 July 2013||Economy||$575.13|
|Qantas Airways||31 May 2013||01 July 2013||Economy||$583.63|
|Qantas Airways||08 June 2013||15 June 2013||Economy||$587.67|
|V Australia||09 July 2013||18 July 2013||Economy||$607.39|
|V Australia||02 August 2013||06 August 2013||Economy||$608.49|
Tourism in DarwinNamed in 1839 and known for its unique history, culture and adventure, Darwin is quickly becoming a tourist spot for Australians interested in better exploring their own country. The city serves as the capital of the Northern Territory of Australia and has a tropical climate. There are two seasons, the dry season, which runs from about May to October, and the wet season, which lasts from November to April.
While rich in Australian history, Darwin has become a cosmopolitan city filled with people of many nationalities. The residents of Darwin enjoy a relaxed lifestyle and people from over fifty cultures live and work side by side. Multiculturalism is seen throughout the area and, as a result, it is common to see Aboriginal people perform on the streets, vendors in Asian markets set up to sell goods daily and Europeans lounging on the beaches.
In addition to the cultural pull the city provides, Darwin is a unique area that is close to many natural Australian wonders. These include the well-known Katherine Gorge, the unique Kakadu National Park and Litchfield Beach, all a reasonable drive from the city. Just outside of the city are also large populations of indigenous animals, such as wallabies, goannas and snakes.
Darwin offers an excellent compromise for those seeking a cosmopolitan city with those seeking to enjoy the nature not yet touched by humankind. Just a four hour flight from Brisbane, Darwin is an excellent location for those seeking to better explore Australia or those hoping for a unique vacation without leaving the country.