Darwin International (DRW) Airport

Darwin International DRW Airport Overview

Darwin International Airport DRW is the busiest airport in the Northern Territory, and is Australia's low-fare gateway to Asia (Bali, Singapore & Vietnam). The Airport is also in close proximity of Charles Darwin National Park and Darwin Harbor. Darwin is the perfect base to explore the wonders of Northern Australia - Kakadu National Park, Litchfield and Nitmiluk National Parks and Arnhem Land - all reachable within a three-hour drive.
The City of Darwin offers a wide range of accommodations for every taste and budget. The 'Tourism Top End' information counter on the ground floor of the terminal can find you a hotel or advise you as to day tours to Litchfield or Kakadu.

DRW Airport is located in Marrara, 13 km from the city center of the capital city of Darwin, accessible via McMillans Road (airport exit) and Stuart Hwy (via Bagot Road exit north, to MacMillans Rd. east).

With 2 runways and an estimated 2.3M passengers annually, Darwin International Airport is served by a number of regular and low-cost airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.

Darwin Airport has one passenger terminal.

Present and future Airport developments:  The passenger terminal's extension work to double in size seems to be on target for mid-2014 completion.

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