Darwin Hotels Australia. Essentially a large town, the Northern Territory's capital is compact and friendly, with plenty of accommodation and activities to entertain the visitor within the city itself and a wealth of attractions and tours nearby.
Its northern location lends it a tropical climate with accommodation designed with this in mind.
Perched on the north-west coast of the "Top End" of the Northern Territory, geographically closer to Indonesia than to any major Australian cities, Darwin is laid back and cosmopolitan, home to an eclectic mix of people, many of whom allegedly came for a short visit and never left. And who can blame them?
More-or-less flattened by Cyclone Tracy in 1974, the city centre is predominantly modern, with some surprisingly stylish architecture, such as the imposing Parliament House, designed on the basis of a classical Greek structure with a modern twist.
The water is the main focal point of the city, the lively Wharf area, lined with restaurants and bars, providing a popular outdoor venue for eating or just chilling out with a cool beer. In the evening, regular cruises take visitors out from the harbour to watch the breathtaking sunset.
Darwin AccommodationWith a good choice of places to stay in this city, Darwin is well worth a visit for those seeking a laid back holiday in a culturally diverse city offering a wide selection of resort and hotel accommodation.