Things To Do in Darwin | In the Area | Rydges Airport Resort

Things to Do

Our resort puts you in the heart of all of the popular things to do in Darwin

Rydges Darwin Airport Resort is located in lush tropical gardens and wetlands and is only 350 metres from Darwin International Airport (DRW). Our friendly service and convenient location, just a short distance from the CBD and major attractions, set us apart from other Australia resorts offering many things to do in Darwin.

Our neighborhood is pretty much Darwin and the Top End! Welcome to our unique part of the world! Attractions include:

Crocodylus Park

Crocodylus Park is the best place in Australia to come face to face with the largest reptiles on the planet!

Kakadu National park

Amazing natural attributes and outstanding cultural features across almost 20,000 make Kakadu one of the most celebrated World Heritage sites. Experience indigenous traditions and remarkable artworks, as well as an incredible variety of natural environments, escarpments and waterfalls, with all Top End wildlife and habitat

represented. Truly appreciated by walking tracks, cruises, 4WD tours and scenic flights.

Litchfield National Park

No wonder Litchfield National Park is a renowned local day-trip favourite. With so many natural wonders, this truly beautiful destination is less than two hours from the hotel. Explore remarkable rock formations, intriguing magnetic termite mounds, stunning tropical waterfalls cascading into serene freshwater swim holes, all surrounded by glorious monsoonal rainforest with bushwalking trails and lookouts, plus 4WD tracks into some of the more remote parts. 120km's southwest, access via town of Batchelor

Marrara Sports Complex

Marrara Sporting Complex is come to a variety of sporting codes including AFL, Rugby Union, Athletics, Cricket, Netball, Basketball, Hockey, Squash and many others, utilising both the outdoor and indoor venues.  Situated 11 kilometres from the Darwin CBD and just 1.5kms from the Darwin Airport.

The Top End

The Top End: The region encompasses an area that spans from the tropical capital city of Darwin to Katherine and out to Kakadu National Park. While this vast area may be remote, it is still highly accessible. You can explore the Top End independently or as part of a tour, take a scenic flight over the wetlands and escarpments of Kakadu, zoom through the ancient sandstone gorges of Nitmiluk National Park in a helicopter, hire a four-wheel drive and go off-road, or get up close with nature on a Top End bushwalk.

Book any number of tours with reception!