Bremer Bed & breakfast

27 Bremer St., Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0820, Australia | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Darwin

Shitbox Rally by Paul

A travel blog entry by georgiandpaul


... Shitbox wasn’t there, probably a temporary courtesy but I still smiled and waved at them all just to avoid them calling the cops overnight.

Day 3 – Perth.

The next morning I grabbed some paint and brushes from Clive’s workshop, and did my best to decorate the Shitbox with a reasonable Jellyfish motif. One curious passer-by wandered over and asked what I was doing. I pretended Clive owed me money and I was driven to desperate measures. Not sure whether ...

Darwin not Holtze

A travel blog entry by jameslevy


... the Arafura Sea and a Moorish tapa dinner that was small but tasty. Tried to track down Adam Bailey. He works at The Wisdom but not in. His Irish flatmate told us it was his day off and we would find him at The Fox down the road opposite the Ducks Guts. We were too early as he comes out after 10.30 according to the bald bouncer. With tears in our ...


A travel blog entry by thefritzes


... damn wall!!!" A decision well reinforced by the sight of an empty crocodile trap just about 50m from the wall! Fogg Dam is a place you need to spend some hours at, just sitting and waiting for the birds to wander into view and pose for the camera.

Plenty of time left in the day for exploring, so off around the waterfront we went. Do you know how many times Darwin was bombed during WW2? I find it extraordinary that ...

Touring Darwin

A travel blog entry by thejoiners


This morning we went to Darwin Harbour, enjoying the views over the harbour and around the adjoining parks and wave pool.
We then visited the WW11 oil storage tunnels. These tunnels were constructed to assist the military support infrastructure that was set up to support the strategic military base that Darwin was to defend our northern coastline during WW11.
One of these tunnels was over 170 metres ...

Lichtfield NP - Day 13

A travel blog entry by cathrin24

... informed me about the fact that they killed a crocodile in here just yesterday. But 'Don't worry Darling, should be fine now.’ Are u kidding me? I went out as fast as possible :D. The day ended in the Buley rock holes where we all got a bug sunburn before we arrived back in Darwin. Another after party and reunion with Liv! And Ladies Night in ...


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