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Flights from Wellington to Darwin

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Tips for First-Time Travellers to Darwin

The Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Darwin is in the winter months. From April to November, the weather is warm without being overwhelming, and you don't have to worry about the rain ruining your travel plans. However, it's the busiest time to visit the city, so you'll need to budget for higher airfare prices for flights Wellington to Darwin.

For budget travellers, you may have better luck finding deals in the wet season. While the weather is less than ideal, the lower visitor numbers mean you may have an easier time finding cheap flights to Darwin from Wellington.

Transport from Darwin International Airport (DRW)

There are a few public transportation options available from Darwin International Airport (DRW). Once your flights Wellington to Darwin arrive, you can take the airport shuttle into the CBD. The service operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Alternatively, you can take a taxi for $25 to $30 AUD, and it will take about 15 minutes to reach the city centre.

Respect the Wildlife

Darwin may be a modern city, but you still need to be careful when it comes to the local wildlife. Crocodiles are a real threat, and you need to double check with locals if it's safe to swim in local rivers or water holes. Another thing to look out for is box jellyfish if you've bought tickets to Darwin from Wellington between December and March. These creatures hang out close to the shore over these months, so check conditions before heading into the water.

Top Experiences For Visitors

Visit the Mindil Beach Sunset Market

If you're booking Wellington to Darwin flights over the weekend, don't miss out on visiting Mindil Beach Sunset Market. It takes place every Thursday to Sunday from April until October. For foodies, it's absolute heaven! You can expect to find delicious cuisine from India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Greece, Brazil, Portugal and Malaysia!

Go on a day trip to Kakadu National Park

Kakadu National Park is a three-hour drive from Darwin and is well worth the trip! It's the largest national park in Australia and is home to waterfalls, tropical woodlands, monsoon forests and a variety of wildlife. One of the easiest ways to visit Kakadu National Park is by car. Book your own set of wheels with Webjet when you buy your flights Wellington to Darwin, or you can choose from what's available when you arrive at Darwin International Airport (DRW).

Explore Litchfield National Park

If you're looking for a shorter day trip, go to Litchfield National Park. It's only 90 minutes’ drive from Darwin and boasts incredible waterfalls. However, you can only go swimming here if you've bought Wellington to Darwin return flights for travel in the dry season. If you try in the wet season, you might come across a few hungry crocs.

Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

Do you love learning about a country's history and art? Then bump Darwin's Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory to the top of your must-see list. Inside, you'll find an impressive collection of Aboriginal artworks as well as pieces from Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands. Many people who buy Wellington to Darwin flights come to the gallery to see Sweetheart, a stuffed crocodile that was the largest ever captured in the Northern Territory!

Darwin Wharf Precinct

The Darwin Wharf Precinct is a perfect destination for families buying flights Wellington to Darwin. It's packed with delicious restaurants, shops and attractions. Kids and adults will love the Deckchair Cinema. It's an open-air theatre that plays a selection of films throughout the week. Other attractions in the area include the Wave and Recreation Lagoon and the Australian Pearling Exhibition.

Packing Tips for Darwin

Year-round essentials

An essential thing to pack for a trip to Darwin is sun protection. If you're buying cheap flights Wellington to Darwin for travel over the summer months, be sure to look at weather conditions before departing. Try to cover up where possible to avoid sunburn, and bring along SPF 30 sunscreen, sunglasses and a wide-brimmed hat.

Some other items you'll need in the suitcases you bring on your cheap flights to Darwin from Wellington are a reusable water bottle, a good pair of hiking shoes, electrical adapters, and binoculars to help you spot wildlife.

Summer essentials

With the summer months receiving high volumes of rain, you'll want to bring along a dry bag or buy one once your Wellington to Darwin flights arrive. It will keep your camera equipment and mobile phone safe. It’s also a good idea to bring along a compact umbrella - or pick one up once you land.

Winter essentials

While it is winter, temperatures are still high enough to make wearing t-shirts and thongs during the day a welcome opportunity. That being said, temperatures drop in the evenings, so you'll want to pack some warm layers before you board your Wellington to Darwin flights.

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