Do the NT
Have you been dreaming of a holiday that's a little different to all the rest? Well look no further because the NT is THE place to be. From scenic flights, crocodile cruises and fishing charters to camel rides, overnight walks and waterhole swims, you're spoilt for choice in the NT. Visit the Top End and take a refreshing swim in one of our crystal waterholes before relaxing on a sunset harbour cruise.
Your visit will be as adventurous or as laid back as your time and interests allow. Set around a harbour, which is twice the size of Sydney’s, Darwin offers a wide range of waterfront dining venues, exhilarating harbour cruising and even an outdoor cinema. Enjoy the famous Mindil Beach Sunset Markets where the smells of freshly cooking international cuisines, local arts and crafts stalls and spectacular sunsets will delight you.
Make sure you stay a few extra nights in Darwin as you're in close proximity to some Australia's most prized natural treasures, including Kakadu National Park, Litchfield National Park, the Tiwi Islands, the Mary River Wetlands and Arnhem Land. These unique sites are home to some of Australia's most breathtaking scenery and also offer a chance to experience authentic aboriginal culture at its best. In the Red Centre gently float across the sky in a hot air balloon over Alice Springs or why not ride a camel across the desert while overlooking majestic Uluru before enjoying an unforgettable dining experience under the outback sky - you won't see stars like this in the city!
The Northern Territory is a place you'll never forget and you'll probably never stop talking about either. Once you leave you'll already be planning your next trip to return to this magnificent place. Book now, regret never!
Flights to DARWIN ON SALE NOW
Direct flights only unless stipulated.
Dates and times are all based on AEST. Seats are limited and may not be available at peak times or on all flights.
Fares will remain on sale until the dates which are outlined in the table above unless sold out prior. See below for further terms and conditions*.
|Flights to Melbourne from||From||Travel Dates|
|Brisbane||$159*||16 October-12 December 2018|
|Melbourne||$159*||16 October-12 December 2018|
|Sydney||$159*||16 October-12 December 2018|
|Perth||$199*||16 October-12 December 2018|
|Adelaide (via Alice Springs)||$269*||16 October-12 December 2018|
|Alice Springs||$199*||16 October-12 December 2018|
|Ayers Rock (Uluru)||$199*||1 December-18 December 2018|
*All fares are subject to availability and may vary until ticketed. Prices are based on bookings through the internet and domestic, international short haul and Trans-Tasman fares are based on a one way Business Saver fares. International long haul prices are based on a return Business Saver fare. Payments made via debit/credit card are subject to a payment surcharge between 0.6% to 1.3% (capped at $11 domestic and $70 international per passenger per booking) of the total value of the card transaction. Bookings can be changed/cancelled by paying the fee and any applicable fare difference in accordance with the fare rules, as published on our website on the day you request your change. For current change and cancel fees, see Virgin Australia's Fees page. Name changes and refunds are not permitted. For domestic, international short haul and Trans-Tasman flights, a minimum checked baggage allowance of 2 piece up to 32kg applies for Business Saver fares. For international long haul flights between Australia and the US with a Virgin Australia code, a minimum checked baggage allowance of 2 pieces up to 32kg each applies for Business Saver fares. For international long haul flights between Australia and Abu Dhabi (including onwards connections from Abu Dhabi) a minimum checked baggage allowance of of 2 pieces up to 32kg each applies for Business Saver fares. For international long haul flights operated by Singapore Airlines/Silkair (including onwards connections on these carriers from an international port), a minimum checked baggage allowance of up to 40kg applies for Business Saver fares. Allowances may increase for Silver, Gold and Platinum Velocity members and for different fare classes. Additional fees will be charged for baggage in excess of the published allowances. For current inclusive baggage allowances and fees for excess baggage see Virgin Australia's Baggage Details page. Visit www.virginaustralia.com for more information.