Things to do in Darwin YHA - Melaleuca on Mitchell
Darwin YHA is a great base for exploring the spectacular World Heritage Kakadu National Park, the magnificent waterfalls at Litchfield National Park, the Tiwi Islands and the Arnhem Land Aboriginal Reserve. Darwin enjoys a warm tropical climate all year. The dry season (May to November) is the cooler time of the year in the 'Top End' and allows for excellent outdoor activities like the Mindil Beach Markets.
At the hostel
Burn off those beers and sausage sizzles and escape the heat at the same time!
11:45 am Monday & Friday
Street Art Walking Tour
Forget Melbourne, this city has some serious street art. Instagram at the ready!
5:00 pm Tuesday
Soccer in the Park
Whether you're a pro or keen to sit on the sidelines, come kick it every Wednesday!
4:45 pm Wednesday
Every hour is happy hour on Thursdays! Head to the rooftop and sink a few bevvies. This is the life.
11:00 am Thursday
Parap Market Tour
Your very own transport and guide to the famous Parap Market - make sure to bring some cash for food, drink and souvenirs!
9:15 am Saturday
How better to start an evening than a few bevvies and a burger?
7:00 pm Tuesday & Wednesday
Join us on the roof for a few cheap drinks and some old school party games!
There’s a reason why this is YHA’s most popular outback tour. From the heights of Uluru (Ayers Rock) to the depths of Watarrka (Kings Canyon), the three-day Uluru Rock Tour from Alice Springs is a must-book adventure.
Bringing together some of the largest Saltwater Crocodiles in Australia & boasting the World’s largest display of Australian reptiles, Crocosaurus Cove is a must see attraction when visiting Darwin and the Top End.
Use OBBYHA at online checkout or mention it for phone bookings
Willis's Walkabouts - Kakadu
5% discount plus up to 20% off advance purchases. Our Kakadu trips begin where the 4WD tours leave off. No-one else takes you off-trail into the wilderness where you camp next to beautiful pools you share with no one but your walking companions.