As Australia's most northerly state capital, Darwin is the most populous city in the Northern Territory but is the least populated of all Australian capital cities.
This modern, multicultural city enjoys a tropical climate and its proximity to Asia makes it an important gateway to countries such as East Timor and Indonesia. Staying at a hotel in Darwin will allow you to discover the history and culture of the city, sample its food and catch a glimpse of what makes the city so intriguing.
For visitors searching for hotels in Darwin's centre, Novotel Darwin Atrium is perfectly positioned in the heart of the city. This four-star hotel overlooks Darwin Harbour and is within easy walking distance to the Mitchell Street dining and entertainment precinct, the Darwin Entertainment Centre, the Botanical Gardens and the Casino.
Guests can enjoy a wide range of facilities, including excellent conference rooms, a bar, restaurant, outdoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi. For those looking for a hotel in Darwin that offers something special, Novotel Darwin Atrium also features an indoor tropical rainforest, complete with cascading vines and palm trees.
Visitors interested in Aboriginal art will find much to explore in Darwin. Visit the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, go to Parap for its hub of Aboriginal art galleries, or take an Aboriginal art tour and visit local artists in their communities. Those with an interest in sampling new food will find Darwin a delight. With its multicultural inhabitants and proximity to Asia, Darwin offers a wide range of diverse and exciting cuisines. The city's climate lends itself to outdoor activities. Visitors can take in the natural wonders of the region, take a wander through outdoor markets, watch a movie at the Deckchair Cinema, or attend any number of outdoor festivals and events held throughout the Dry Season.