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How to get from Darwin Airport into the city?

Taxis

Much like Hamilton Airport (HLZ), Darwin Airport (DRW) is the city’s only major airport, so you don’t need to worry about choosing the best airport to arrive at when booking Hamilton to Darwin flights. As Australia’s 10th busiest airport, you should have no trouble finding suitable transport from Darwin Airport into the city. The easiest and quickest way is to take a taxi. You’ll find taxi ranks outside the arrivals terminal, with cabs available at all times of the day, no matter when your Hamilton to Darwin flights arrive. Trips into the CBD cost approximately $25 to $30 AUD ($26 to $32 NZD). If you’ve managed to book some cheap flights from Hamilton to Darwin and want to treat yourself, there are several car rental companies to choose from at the airport.

Public Transport

The Darwin City Airport Shuttle is a more affordable option for those booking cheap flights to Darwin from Hamilton. The service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so visitors with late arrival tickets to Darwin from Hamilton will still be able to access the shuttle. The booking kiosk is situated outside of the baggage claim area. Darwin Airport also has a Buslink service.

 

When’s the best time to visit Darwin?

Winter

Winter in Darwin is a bit of a misnomer. There’s usually no rain and temperatures average 31°C during the day, dropping to just 19°C at night. If you’re looking to escape the chilly weather in New Zealand, book flights Hamilton to Darwin at this time. June, July and August are all very warm, but humidity is lower than in the summer, and there are plenty of events on too, such as the Mindil Beach Sunset Market, the Darwin Festival and the Great Northern Darwin Cup. Winter is part of Darwin’s dry season, which is why you’ll find that most major festivals and events are held outdoors. Spanning from May to October, visitors with flights from Hamilton to Darwin will be welcomed by blue skies, pleasant temperatures of between 20°C and 33°C and virtually no rain.

Spring

Spring is actually often Darwin’s warmest season, with sunny, warm temperatures of about 34°C during the day and 25°C at night. If you’re looking to book tickets from Hamilton to Darwin in spring, the earlier you go, the less likely you are to encounter rain. November is when the rainy season tends to begin, so if you want to avoid getting wet, early October is probably a more reasonable time to purchase tickets to Darwin from Hamilton.

Summer

Most of Darwin's rain falls between January and March; this is part of the Northern Territory’s wet season. Humidity can reach more than 80%, so it can be a little hot and sticky, but because it’s the city’s off season, you might be able to get cheap flights from Hamilton to Darwin. It also tends to be less busy at this time, so you’ll be able to visit the city’s top attractions without it being overcrowded.

Autumn

The later into autumn you book flights Hamilton to Darwin, the smaller your chances are of encountering rain. The wet season technically begins in November and ends in late April, but rain generally tends to ease off by the middle of April. If you’re looking for a cheap flight to Darwin from Hamilton, and don’t mind a higher chance of rain, April could be a good time to search. Otherwise, book tickets to Darwin in May, when the dry season begins.

 

What are the top experiences for visitors?

Mindil Beach Sunset Market

Travellers with flights Hamilton to Darwin can’t miss the Mindil Beach Sunset Market. The major outdoor market takes full advantage of Darwin’s dry season, running from May to October. It’s also situated in one of the most beautiful areas of the city: Mindil. It’s a family friendly spot with lots to see and do. Visitors with flights from Hamilton to Darwin can sample various local cuisines from food stalls, pick up a memento or two from one of the jewellery stalls, or simply relax and unwind at Darwin’s most popular beach.

Darwin Festival

Every August, Darwin comes to life with the Darwin Festival. The 18-day event is one of the largest in the Northern Territory, featuring artists, musicians and entertainers from Australia and beyond. As is the case during Darwin’s dry season, many of the events take place outdoors, such as Festival Park, the Bamboo Bandstand and The Lighthouse. If you’re looking for laid-back, carefree vibes and good times with family and friends, book flights from Hamilton to Darwin during the iconic Darwin Festival.

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