Luxury four and five-star hotels in Darwin can cost anywhere between A$154 and A$433 a night, based on two people sharing. Keep an eye out for Luxury Escapes inclusions such as free cancellation and WiFi.
The Northern Territory is split into two climates: the warm and tropical Top End and the semi-arid Red Centre. It’s best to visit the Top End in the dry season (May to October) when temperatures range from 21°C to 32°C and there’s no rain. Autumn (March to May) is arguably the best time to visit the Red Centre, with warm days and cool nights.
There are multiple luxury hotels dotted throughout the Northern Territory. If you’re staying in the Red Centre, indulge in ultra-luxury at Longitude 131, or settle into the comforts of the Crowne Plaza Alice Springs, complete with 24-hour health club, outdoor pool and full-service spa. In Darwin, stay beachside at Mindil Beach Casino Resort, or for best access to Kakadu National Park, discover Wildman Wilderness Lodge. For a completely unique Northern Territory experience, don’t miss Bullo River Station, a working cattle station in the East Kimberleys.