Darwin Flights GuideDarwin is located in Australia's Northern Territory, hugging the Timor Sea. Darwin is famous for its diverse cuisines, Mindil Beach Markets, and outdoor activities like relaxing on the beach, sailing in the Darwin Harbour, fishing for barramundi, and searching for saltwater crocodiles. From Darwin, you can drive to Kakadu National Park, Litchfield National Field, and Arnhem Land or take a ferry to Tiwi Islands.
Australia is vast and its cities are spread out. Cairns, gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, is a 2.5-hour flight from Darwin. Brisbane is a 3.5-hour flight from Darwin and the Gold Coast is a short drive or train ride away from Brisbane. Adelaide is also a 3.5-hour flight from Darwin or you can take the train. Perth and Melbourne are 4-hour flights from Darwin. Sydney is 4.5-hour flight away. Canberra is a near 6-hour flight from Darwin and Hobart is a 7.5-hour flight.
Darwin has a tropical climate with wet (November to February) and dry (May to September) seasons. During the wet season, you can expect tropical cyclones and heavy monsoons and mesmerizing lightning displays. During the dry season, the harbor brings gentle sea breezes under the blue skies. November is the hottest month.The dry season is the best time to travel as the weather is nice and predictable, though visitors are plentiful. But if you are looking for a real adventure, then the unpredictable wet season is when you should travel. The cheapest flights can be found from May to June and July to September.
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