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A warmer climate break in Darwin, Northern Territory

For travellers from southern parts of Australia and New Zealand wanting to escape colder months ahead, now is the perfect time to book your Darwin accommodation for a sunny getaway.

Located at the top of Australia’s Northern Territory, Darwin has an enviable balmy climate. This means you can leave your winter woollies behind and pack your shorts and short-sleeved shirts, summer dresses and sandals.

Darwin is a great city to explore both by day and night, with a vibrant cultural dimension including excellent dining experiences, museums and art galleries. The famous Mindil Beach, Nightcliff and Parap Markets are great places to sample a variety of local and foreign cuisines.

Stay in a centrally located penthouse apartment

If you are looking to book Darwin accommodation, Penthouse Pads holiday apartments offer fantastic views of the the ocean and harbour. The vista includes the glowing sunrise from the mainland; sun-drenched landscapes and waterways during the day; Australia’s best colourful sunsets over ocean; followed by views of bright city lights at night.

The central location of Penthouse Pads means that the foreshore, CBD, shopping, night clubs, cafes and restaurants are within a short walking distance.

Darwin accommodation and Darwin nightlife.

The penthouse apartments are spacious, with generous living areas and the option of two bedrooms, making them suitable for families or couples travelling together. A fully-equipped kitchen is an added bonus, giving guests the ability to self-cater.

From your Penthouse Pads Darwin holiday apartments, you can venture further afield and enjoy some spectacular Top End attractions. If the great outdoors and nature is your thing, a day trip to Kakadu National Park or Litchfield National Park should be top of your list of things to do.

Penthouse Pads Darwin holiday apartments are available for new bookings from August 2016. Guests are welcome to stay for up to twelve weeks, with a minimum stay of seven days.

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