The Cheapest One Way Melbourne to Darwin Flights.
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Darwin Travel Information
Darwin, in Australia’s Northern Territory, is a port city with a rich history and diverse culture. British settlers established the city in 1869. Many of the original inhabitants, the Lakkari, still live in the area. With a total population of almost 150,000, Darwin has residents encompassing over 60 nationalities. Darwin is on the Timor Sea, and is the gateway to Southeast Asia. This tropical city is a short flight from Bali and attracts visitors that crave a blend of paradise and the pioneer style.
Darwin CultureWith the diversity of the city, there is much to do from outdoor adventures to historical sites and more. Museums honoring the Australian and British military and tours of the harbor mark the famous World War II bombing. For those that seek a closer view of nature, the Crocosaurus Cove offers visitors an opportunity to see some of the largest crocodiles. Visitors can also experience pioneer life in the great outdoors at Kakadu National Park and Litchfield National Park.
Families looking for a taste of Darwinian culture should try the Mindil Beach Sunset Market. On Thursdays and Sundays, the beach erupts into a festival of culture with food, goods and activities from a range of countries around the globe. For a sophisticated look at the city, visitors stroll through the art districts for fine galleries and art museums. The restaurants on Darwin’s beaches provide fresh seafood for a foodie’s delight.
Did you know...
- Qantas Airways has the quickest flight between Melbourne and Darwin taking 8 hrs 25 mins
- Melbourne has the IATA airport code of MEL and Darwin has DRW.
- Darwin is 1 hour and 30 minutes later than Melbourne. Jetlag may be an issue.
- The distance between Melbourne and Darwin is 3,133 kilometres.