Darwin is a growing city, with many new developments and attractions for business travellers and tourists alike. It is the least populated of Australia’s capital cities, but has the largest and most multicultural population in the Northern Territory attracting many visitors each year.Read More
TFE Hotels (Toga Far East Hotels) offer stylish and affordable hotel and serviced apartment accommodation, in central locations in Darwin. Adina Apartment Hotel Darwin Waterfront, Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront and Travelodge Mirambeena each offer a unique accommodation option to suit a range of travel needs.
Darwin is known as a tropical oasis due to the beautiful climate that it experiences year round. The sunny weather and laidback outdoor lifestyle of this city is practically infectious.
Wandering around local markets, such as the Sunset or Mildil Beach markets, offers the opportunity to find fresh produce or sample food from stalls representing cuisine from all over the world. As a very multicultural city, Darwin is full of restaurants from many nations, particularly nearby Asia.
Native wildlife is abundant in Darwin, with the Mary River Wetlands being home to a microcosm of birds, fish and animals that are only found in the ‘Top End’. Viewing crocodiles in their natural habitat is also not to be missed. TFE Hotels is excited to offer guests easy access to all these wonderful sites and activities in Darwin at our comfortable hotels and serviced apartments.Read Less
Adina Apartment Hotel Darwin Waterfront is located on Darwin’s lively Waterfront precinct. The hotel overlooks the manmade Wave Lagoon, and the CBD is just a five minute walk away.
Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront is situated on the Darwin City Waterfront, moments from Darwin’s CBD. It overlooks the Waterfront Recreational Lagoon, and is surrounded by restaurants, bars and shopping.
Travelodge Resort Darwin is an inner city oasis located in the heart of the Darwin CBD. Designed around resort style pools, the hotel has a tropical feel whilst being close to everything.
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This immense development features a cruise ship and ferry terminal, boutique shopping, first class restaurants, and a swimming pool.
See one of the few colossal B52 bombers that exist outside the US, and learn about Darwin’s aviation history.
Each tank in this aquarium gives an insight into the lives of the underwater creatures of the Darwin harbour.
Built in 1925, this was Darwin’s first stone residence and is now a museum presenting photos from Darwin’s early history.
Learn about the somewhat grim history of this little prison (complete with gallows) that once housed criminals, lepers, and refugees.
Running the length of the coast from Doctors Gully to Lameroo Beach, this strip features shade trees, parks, sheltered coves, and public memorials.
Come face to face with the largest saltwater crocs in captivity as you watch these magnificent animals feeding.
A beautiful stretch of land, this park is perfect for watching the sun go down over the bay and feeding wallabies.
With a focus on art from the ‘Top End’, this museum and art gallery celebrates the talent of the NT.
This precinct of four houses from the 1930s operate as a museum and serve high tea in the gardens on Sundays.
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