DARWIN AIRPORT INN OVERVIEW
Darwin Airport Inn also offers dormitory style accommodation to suit large groups. Rooms containing 7, 8, 9 and 12 king single beds are available with 2 private ensuites, table and chairs, large fridge, wardrobe and plasma TV. These unique style rooms are both spacious and accommodating to the needs of those wishing to travel together. On site guest laundry and dry cleaning facilities are also available.
Our Bistro is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner offering an affordable al a carte menu with a variety of modern cuisine. Guests can enjoy a drink from the bar whilst relaxing beside our 26m lap pool. Darwin Airport Inn is an ideal venue for seminars, meeting, conferences, cocktail parties and other special events.
Our remarkable boardroom can seat up to 36 delegates with full audio-visual equipment available. Conferences packages can also be exclusively prepared on request to suit our guest’s particular requirements.
The Top End of Australia's Northern Territory is one of the last remaining genuine outback regions where you can fully experience the awesome grandeur of nature at first hand, at your own pace, to your own tastes and within your own budget! First stop and point of entry into the Top End for the majority of our visitors is Darwin.
'Destination Darwin' is now a recognised holiday destination in its own right and visitors are often pleasantly surprised at the sophistication of our town and just what we have to offer. Darwin Airport Inn is centrally located to many of the attractions of the Top End including the spectacular waterfalls of Litchfield National Park and the wetlands and wildlife of Kakadu National Park. Make the Darwin Airport Inn your base when exploring the Top End.
Darwin is situated at the top of Australia's Northern Territory and is its capital city. The population is 111,300. More than half of the Northern Territory's population live in Darwin and the city is comprised of more than 100 different nationalities.
Darwin and the 'Top End' of the Northern Territory has a Wet and a Dry season. In the Wet, the rainfall brings spectacular waterfalls to life, wild flowers into bloom and some routes are made impassable. In contrast, in the Dry season, rain fall is virtually non-existent.