Darwin Airport Information

Darwin International Airport
1 Henry Wrigley Dr, Darwin International Airport, NT 0820

Travelling to and from Darwin International Airport

Travelling via Taxi

Blue Taxi Company
Ph: 138 294

Pick up location: Taxi Rank

You can expect to pay approximately $25 to $30 for transport into Darwin CBD.

Travelling via Rideshare

Please note: The only Rideshare service that can pick up from Darwin International Airport is hi, oscar, when travelling to the airport you may also use Uber.

hi, oscar
To book please download the app: Oscar
Pick up location: Rideshare Pick-up area

To book please download the app: Uber
Pick up location: Rideshare Pick-up area

Travelling via Airport Shuttle

Darwin City Airport Shuttle Service
Booking online:
Ph: 08 8947 3979

Pick up location: Immediately to your right as you exit Baggage Claim, please look for the buses with the bright green logo.

You can expect to pay $18 for this service.

Please note: if you wish to travel from your hotel to the airport bookings are essential and can be made online, via email or phone.

Distance to Conference Venue (Darwin Convention Centre): 22 minute drive.

Distance to Darwin CBD & Accomodation: 20 minute drive.

Darwin Visitor Information

From the sparkling harbour and WWII history to the city’s Asian-influenced food and tropical outdoor lifestyle, Darwin is an adventurers’ paradise!

Treat your tastebuds and indulge your sense of fun and adventure in the Territory’s capital city. Darwin is world famous for its fabulous food, colourful outdoor markets and diverse bad of adventure activities.

For more information on what you can do in your time in darwin click here.

Darwin Weather in September

The Network: Towards Unity for Health Conference sits within the beautiful Darwin Dry Season. In September the Darwin weather on average travels between a low of 23 degrees celsius and 33 degrees celsius, with mostly sunny days and on occasion a little bit of rainfall.

Swimming in Darwin and Surrounds

Darwin CBD is surrounded by the blue waters of the Timor and Arafura Sea as well as refreshing inland waterholes. These waters are also home to harmful marine creatures such as Crocodiles, Sharks and Dangerous Tropical Jellyfish, making it extremely important to read signs near waterways and only swim if red and yellow flags are present or it is signposted as a designated swimming area.

For more information on Beach Safety click here.

For information on where you can swim and what time of year to swim please click here.

Flinders NT University Locations

Flinders University Royal Darwin Hospital Site
Flinders University Royal Darwin Hospital Site
Building 4A, Nightingdale Rd
Royal Darwin Hospital Campus
Tiwi NT 0810

Charles Darwin University Campus
Yellow Precinct, Building 4
Cnr University Drive North & University Drive West
Charles Darwin University
Casuarina NT 0809

Population Statistics

Darwin has a population of just over 140,000 people, with residents in Darwin from many parts of Australia as well as around the World. Just over 246,000 people call the Northern Territory of Australia home. Indigenous Australians consists of 30.3% of the total Northern Territory population, which is 9.3% of Australia's Indigenous population.

Health Information

Please note that tap water in Darwin is safe to drink without any additional filtration. As Darwin is in the tropics it is important to keep up your water intake to stay hydrated.

Hospital locations:

Royal Darwin Hospital
105 Rocklands Dr
Tiwi NT 0810

Darwin Private Hospital
Rocklands Drive
Tiwi NT 0810