Darwin is the northern Australian city, which is always hot (about + 30°C). It combines modern buildings and the quick pace of life with the ancient traditions of the Aborigines and the magnificent nature that amazes with its untouched beauties. You should come here at least for the sake of:
- walking in Kakadu National Park, which is considered to be the largest in Australia, and the Charles Darwin National Park;
- descent into the Katerina gorge;
- visiting of the historic Darwin shipyard;
- visiting of the prison of Fannie Bay.
Hotels in Darwin: how much does it cost?
The dry season lasts about half a year (from mid-April to October): at this time, there is practically no precipitation, so at this time prices in local hotels are much higher (almost twice) than, for example, in November (the hottest month year in Darwin). The average cost of a double room is 85-150 dollars per day.