Car Hire Darwin Airport

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Why Hertz

  • Best price guarantee

    In the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we will refund the difference.

  • No Fees

    No cancellation or amendment fees and no credit card fees.When the booking is cancelled within two days of being made.

  • No Hidden Extras

    No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included.

  • Complimentary Wi-Fi

    Enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi when you sign up for free to our Gold Plus Rewards loyalty program.

Rent a car from Darwin Airport

As you step off the plane at the Darwin Airport, the greeting could vary from humid air and blue skies to storms and lightning. Welcome to the only tropical city in Australia.

Known for its natural and cultural wonders, Darwin exudes holiday vibes yet is a bustling city in its own right. Commonly referred to by the local as the Top End, the tropical outdoor lifestyle, Aboriginal culture, Asian-influenced food and waterfront dining are just a few reasons why one of Darwin’s main exports is tourism.

With so many attractions to see outside the city centre, a hire car will help you enjoy the sights on your own terms. Here are some of our must-do day trips close to the harbour city:

  • 100 kilometres south-west of Darwin, Litchfield National Park is home to many of the Top End’s best waterfalls. Have a splash or trek down one of the many walking tracks to catch a glimpse of the local wildlife.
  • Berry Springs Nature Park is the perfect spot for bushwalking, bird watching and swimming. Be sure to pack your swimmers! Clear watering holes make Berry Springs a popular place to cool off in Darwin’s warmer months. Berry Springs is an easy 50-minute drive south of Darwin. It also has BBQ and picnic facilities, so you can make a day of it.
  • The Mary and Adelaide River region is the perfect destination for those wanting a sneak-peek at the longest-surviving inhabitant of the Northern Territory – the crocodile. Numerous crocodile tours operate in the region, and offer customers a chance to see crocodiles in their natural surroundings.
  • Of course, no journey to the top end is complete without a visit to Kakadu National Park. An hour and a half drive from Darwin, Kakadu is the largest national park in Australia, and is UNESCO World Heritage-listed. Immerse yourself in the Indigenous culture of the area, try and spot the local wildlife, or explore any of the five waterfalls that can be found in the park.

While one of Australia’s smallest capitals by population, Darwin has more than earned its place in the history books. From Cyclone Tracy to its role in World War II, there is plenty to see and do in Darwin to learn a little bit more about the top of the Top End.

  • The Darwin History and Wartime Experience takes you on an immersive tour of wartime Darwin, all while sitting in an authentic WWII army vehicle. The tour takes you past sights of historic wartime relics, and some of the few remaining visible signs of the bombing of Darwin by the Japanese in 1942.
  • The Darwin Military Museum is a similarly educational attraction where you can learn more about Australia’s involvement in WWII and even visit the bunker where the Northern Territory's defence strategy was planned. The museum also features military vehicles and larger artillery pieces.
  • Located on Stokes Hill Wharf, the Royal Flying Doctors Tourist Facility offers a history lesson on the famous Flying Doctors, who have provided emergency medical care for Australians in rural or remote areas for close to 100 years.
  • Finally, the Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory features a growing collection of Indigenous art, as well as a permanent exhibition on Cyclone Tracy, which devastated the area on Christmas Eve in 1974.

From natural wonders to laidback locals, Darwin has something for everyone to enjoy. Hire a car at the airport and explore the wealth of wonders the Top End has to offer.

Hertz Darwin Airport Locations

Darwin Airport

Mc Millan`s Road
08-89450999

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Darwin Airport

Address:Mc Millan`s Road

Phone:08-89450999

Opening hours: Mon-Sun 0600-0130