Darwin: 2- or 3-Night Break for 2 or 4 People with Wine, Drink Voucher and Late Check-Out at Darwin FreeSpirit Resort
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The Hotel: Darwin FreeSpirit Resort

Groupies escaping to the top end will find a family-friendly haven at the Darwin FreeSpirit Resort, just 15 minutes away from Darwin CBD. Couples or families of four settle into comfortable self-contained accommodation in cabin or villa styles. When not kicking back in the open plan living areas in air-conditioned bliss, make use of the resort’s many facilities and fuel up on some goodies at Elements Poolside Bar & Bistro.

Three outdoor pools await for you to make a splash and cool off on a hot day, while the little ones have fun on the jumping cushion and explore other entertainment activities at Kidz Korner. When in the mood to venture out a bit further afield, take a stroll around the Mindil Beach Markets or drive to the national parks to get close up with local fauna and flora.

Room Details

Studio Room

  • Bed size/type: Queen bed
  • Standard occupancy: 2 people
  • Maximum occupancy: 2 people
  • Features an ensuite with shower and toilet, air conditioning, bar fridge, TV, kettle, microwave, and toaster

One-Bedroom Palm Cabin

  • Bed size/type: Queen bed
  • Standard occupancy: 2 people
  • Maximum occupancy: 2 people
  • Nestled in the gardens, the cabin comes with an ensuite, kitchen facilities and a living area that opens out to a timber patio; kitchen facilities provided

Two-Bedroom Garden Villa

  • Bed size/type: Queen bed and 2 single beds
  • Standard occupancy: 4 people
  • Maximum occupancy: 4 people
  • Features a spacious living area, dining space and a well-appointed kitchen, as well as a timber patio

The Area: Darwin, Northern Territory

As the largest city and capital of Northern Territory, Darwin boasts a relaxed vibe that blends well with the tropical climate. Boats are anchored around the harbour, pavements are littered with chairs and tables from side street restaurants and museums showcase the city’s past with indigenous art. Explore the famous national parks of Kakadu and Litichfield or the Tiwi Islands to appreciate the beauty of nature.

The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory boasts a wide collection of Aboriginal art and has a room dedicated to Cyclone Tracy, graphically displaying the aftermath of the disaster. Movie-lovers may enjoy watching a film under the moonlight at Deckchair Cinema. The Crocodylus Park showcases hundreds of crocodiles and a mini-zoo with like lions, tigers and spider monkeys. Tourists visiting Aquascene may encounter a frenzy of fish including mullet, catfish and batfish waiting to be fed at high tide by generous visitors.