Book jet charters to Darwin and experience a trip of a lifetime flying over the beautiful mosaic of the World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park and neighbouring Arnhem Land. The historic city in the far north peninsula of Australia is the gateway to the Australian Outback and is renowned for its indigenous culture and history, wildlife, national parks and rainforests.
While visiting the Northern Territory, don’t miss your chance to get up close and personal with the Territory’s diverse wildlife. Where else can you see crocodiles up close and personal (you know you want to!), see huge shoals of fish or visit wallabies, pelicans, goannas and other Australian wildlife and native birds in their natural habitat? Popular wildlife parks in Darwin include:
Art galleries and museums
Take a step back in time and learn more about Darwin’s heritage, culture and indigenous origins. What better way to start when travelling by air charters to Darwin but to visit the Australian Aviation Heritage Centre? Other notable places to visit that pay homage to and celebrate Darwin’s rich and colourful history include:
Darwin’s tropical climate lends itself to a lot of open-air activities. You cannot visit Darwin without getting back to nature and/or embracing your inner adrenalin junkie. There are so many recreational activities and things to see and do in Darwin. Some of these include:
4 wheel driving
Step off your charter flight to Darwin and straight into a 4 wheel drive and explore Darwin like a native. Take the road less travelled and take a scenic trip through Darwin. You can drive your own car or take a chauffeured tour for an off-road adventure you will never forget. Popular driving tracks in Darwin include:
Darwin City Sights
While Darwin admittedly is famous for its outdoor pursuits, the city has its own unique appeal. The major drawcards are the shopping haunts, dining alfresco by the harbour or within the heart of the city and checking out the live music scene. Popular leisure activities include:
Darwin day trips
Take a day trip by jet charters and explore the greater region of Darwin and the Northern Territory. Uluru (formerly known as Ayres Rock) located in the Kata Tjuta National Park is a World Heritage-listed site and a world-famous attraction. Other popular Darwin day trips include visiting:
Hiring charter flights to Darwin gives you the flexibility to explore the city as well as neighbouring regions of the Northern Territory. We are a full-service airline and can organise Darwin tours, your hotel accommodation and car hire if needed. Call us and find out more about our jet charters to Darwin.
We fly between all major Australian airports as well as regional and remote locations. Please contact us and we will give you all the information you require to make that special flight.
Contact us now, or call Brad Edwards, Chief Pilot, on 1800 747 800.
Name: Darwin International Airport
State: Northern Territory
State Abbrev: NT
Type: Medium Airport
UTC Zone: +09:30