From Litchfield National Park: 144 km | 2 hr
From Katherine Gorge: 345 km | 3 hr 45 m
From Alice Springs: 1,497 km | 16 hr 10 m
From Cairns: 2,849 km | 32 hr
From Broome: 1,871 km | 21 hr
Darwin is Australia’s northern most capital city and it feels a bit removed from the rest of the country, but that’s one of its charms. It has two seasons - wet and dry. Wet season from October to April is monsoonal, hot and humid. Dry season from May to September has a more pleasant temperature and is less humid.
There's more to Darwin than first meets the eye. We've listed the top 5 attractions for those who are short on time. If you're staying more than a day, and we suggest you do, read on for the full list. We've also included a list of the best Darwin Caravan Parks - those that score 4 stars or more from reviewers - along with their rates and facilities. Enjoy!
The beach at East Point Reserve. Photo: simppstagram via IG
Sunset swim at Lake Alexander. Photo: nomad_gold via IG
Jelly fish sculptures at East Point Reserve. Photo: kunczeanna via IG
Feeding the fish at Aquascene. Photo: a_travel_to_b via IG
ART AND CULTURE
There are no caravan parks in the centre of Darwin. These aren't too far away. We’ve listed the top five below.
Camperman offers the lowest all-inclusive rates in Australia for compact RV, motorhome and campervan rentals with an internal kitchen.
18 Main Terrace,
South Australia 5033 Phone: 1800 216 223
344 Shute Harbour Road, Airlie Beach, Queensland 4802 Phone: 1800 216 223
20 Noble Avenue,
Northgate, Queensland 4013
Phone: 1800 216 223
440 Sheridan Street,
Queensland 4870 Phone: 1800 216 223
2/11 Northview St, Mermaid Waters QLD 4218 Phone: 1800 216 223
273 Elizabeth Street,
Victoria 3058 Phone: 1800 216 223
23-25 Erskine Rd,
Sydney, NSW 2229 Phone: 1800 216 223
14 Langton Street,
Queensland 4814 Phone: 1800 216 223