Cheap flights to Darwin
You deserve some 'you time' in the Top End, as tropical Darwin heats up in the travel stakes and Kakadu National Park sinks its hooks into your imagination. Stop dreaming. It's time to wake up on the right side of the Timor Sea. Vibrant, modern and delicious, the capital of the Northern Territory is fast becoming a destination of must-see contradictions. At Universal Traveller, we've got the cheapest Darwin flights from coast to coast, aligned with top-notch carriers to ensure your comfort and braggable transport moments.
Flights from Australian cities regularly land in dazzling Darwin at the bustling Darwin International Airport (DRW). Located on the city fringe of Marrara, the domestic terminal is a quick 13 kilometres from the Darwin CBD. Private transfers and taxis are available to travellers – don't forget to book before you land!
Direct flights to Darwin usually depart from Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, as well as other regional services. From Brisbane to Darwin, the total airtime is around 4 hours. Other flights may be longer, particularly if they include a stopover. During the flight, airlines will often provide drinks and snacks as well as various in-flight entertainment.
Airlines that fly to Darwin
Domestic airlines that fly to Darwin:
- Virgin Australia
Darwin Holiday Packages
Get the most out of your time in the Top End. Bundle your flights and accommodation for an unforgettable Darwin holiday package. At Universal Traveller, we've got the best holiday specials and add-ons from an internet-mile away for personalised Darwin holiday packages. Free hotel nights, bonus brekkies, camera-snapping tours and more await those who dive into the Top End headfirst.
Darwin is daring, adventurous and altogether addictive – be captivated by the wild beauty and colourful abundance of Australia's most resilient city. Wartime conflicts and natural disasters couldn't tear it apart – it will survive you, seduce you and send you into a nature-loving frenzy. Feed the fish by hand, get up-close with crocs, Steve Irwin-style, and explore the majesty of Kakadu National Park. Trail wanderers will be at home, bushwalking across the monsoon rainforest of Walker Creek, chilling out in the pools of Florence Falls and reflecting on an Aboriginal legacy as your gaze sweeps the Arnhem plain.
Get the lowdown on what's happening in Darwin and read our Darwin Travel Guide. Need some help planning your Darwin holiday? Call our Universal Traveller travel gurus for up-to-the-minute info about flights, accommodation and tours.