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Cavenagh, The, Darwin

The Cavenagh (previously the Don Hotel) offers one of the best budget accommodation options in Darwin. Set right in the heart of Darwin city, this tropical paradise offers both motel and backpacker style accommodation. Relax by the pool or soak up the atmosphere in the trendy new bar.

There is something for everyone at The Cavenagh. The Cavenagh is also close to the Smith Street Mall, as well as restaurants and entertainment.

Accommodation Options

Backpacker Single or Double

The backpacker single and double rooms offer poolside views and shared facilities.

Motel Room

The comfortable motel rooms feature modern facilities and poolside views.

Backpacker 16 Share Dorm

The 16 share backpacker dorms accommodate up to 16 people, and include shared facilities and poolside views.

Backpacker Dorm

The four share backpacker rooms offer shared facilities and poolside views.

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