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Cheapest Flights to Darwin, Australia

The capital city of Australia's Northern Territory, Darwin (DRW) is a lush green city offering a great vacation experience. The city boasts a rich cultural diversity and a laid back outdoor lifestyle. With warm year round climate, Darwin is a perfect base to explore the wonders of Northern Australia. Save more while booking cheap Darwin flights on CheapOair! Much of the city was virtually rebuilt after being devastated by cyclone Tracy in 1974. Darwin is great place to enjoy nature at its best. While in Darwin, you can explore the Litchfield National Park and the Katherine Gorge. The Kakadu National Park is also worth a trip for nature enthusiasts. From here you may also enjoy side trip to Alice Springs and Adelaide. Cheap flights to Darwin up for grab on CheapOair!

Take a trip down to Darwin, it is the capital city of the Northern Territory, Australia. This majestic destination is the perfect amalgamation of frontier town, Asian Village and modern life. It is home to plenty of travel worthy attractions from the likes of Aviation Heritage Centre, Lyons Cottage, Charles Darwin National Park and much more.

Aviation Heritage Centre

Known for showcasing the magnificent collection of aircrafts and displays depicting the Territory’s involvement in aviation from the early pioneers to the jet age, Aviation Heritage Center. While here, do check out the B-52 bomber on permanent loan from the United States Air Force, it is one of only two on public display outside the US.

Charles Darwin National Park

Visit the Charles Darwin National Park, the shell middens in the area indicate that it has been used by Aboriginal people for thousands of years. Here you will also get to see the bunkers and storage facilities remaining as during World War II, this area was part of a network of military sites.

Berry Springs Nature Park

Check out the Berry Springs Nature Park, this park is well known for picturesque surroundings and it is also a great swimming spot. From the picnic area you can walk through the monsoon forest and woodlands.