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31 Mar. - 1 Apr.
Best place to stay in Darwin! Central and within walking distance of everything! Absolutely the best value and such a gem for your visit to Darwin. Loved it and would stay there again.
3 Apr. - 4 Apr.
The rooms were very clean and comfortable. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Pool was most welcome considering the weather. Great location for our reason for travelling.
Loved both pools, being able to get a drink at the pool or in the pool, having a bath tub in room the sunsets the bars. The chinese and italian and the restaurant facing the lagoon pool they were all 5 star 😊
29 Mar. - 30 Mar.
This property is close to restaurants and shopping. The pool is very nice and the buffet breakfast is included with your unit. The staff is friendly and very helpful!
The Northern Territory, sometimes called the Top End, is an exciting mix of urban cosmopolitan vibes and vast wilderness. You can spend your holiday exploring the streets of Darwin, sailing around the Tiwi Islands, or heading south towards the heart of Outback territory. After all, a serene trip over red rocks in a hot air balloon is an experience everyone deserves. Northern Territory flights lead to Darwin in the north and Alice Springs in the south, so you can kick off your NT holiday near coast or Qutback .
The peak season for visiting Northern Territory is April to August. During these fall and winter months, the region known as Red Centre is not as blazing hot as it is in the summer. Along the northern coast, you’re also met with less humidity. Northern Territory accommodation may book up early during this season, so just make sure you reserve your room early! If you brave the region during summer months, you can save big, but you may also find yourself in a rainstorm or three during your holiday, so be sure to pack your gumboots!.
Most of the best things about the Northern Territory are designed by Mother Nature herself. Uluru (Ayers Rock) is a must-see; this giant sandstone attraction is as beautiful as it is sacred. Meanwhile, spots like the Jim Jim Falls and Leliyn show you what serene water falls are meant to look like. For a bird’s- eye view of the Red Centre, head up in a balloon over Alice Springs.
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