Bremer Bed & breakfast

Address: 27 Bremer St., Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0820, Australia | B&B
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Darwin

A travel blog entry by n6tk on Dec 12, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... a cyclone in1984 that destroyed the whole place. There are old photos showing nothing but toothpicks where once stood a town. That's why it's a new city with very wide streets and big parks. There are almost no old buildings but some of the ruins that remained were reconstructed. There is one building left as a ruin as a reminder.
Even though Darwin is a thousand miles from nowhere it is a city worth visiting. So far the only real city in the ...

Day 72. Jumping croc cruise & Litchfield

A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Nov 08, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... carrots, crackers (the joys of a fridge and cool bag) so we just got fruit and David's favourite wine, Bowler's rum (thanks for the introduction Chad and Avana) it was 2.75 a bottle. David hawk eyes spotted bargain ally, we found some posh salad/rice/veg pit things reduced from 3.85 to 0.82 - cheaper than dominos, we took three!

Shower, dinner and bed. I was loving the nice bed (no threat of bedbugs), soft towels and space to unpack my ruckersacker. Amazing ...

Darwin, Australia

A travel blog entry by gretchen-bob on Nov 04, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... end of spring in Australia and many beautiful plants and trees were blooming when we visited the Darwin Botanical Gardens. We also enjoyed a stop at their Art Museum where we saw many aborigine ...

Territorial Wildlife Park in Leitchfield National

A travel blog entry by sylviacourteau on Oct 30, 2014

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... Territory. No kangaroos or koalas here, but saw a wallaby - looks like a small kangaroo. There was a nocturnal house and an outdoor aviary that did not confine the birds; dingoes of course. Lots of termite mounds in fields and open areas along the way. Took photo after photo from coach window and got lucky. Darwin was 90% destroyed by Cyclone Tracy in 1974. Had to evacuate population & rebuild. Attacked by Japanese during WW2. Americans had a large naval base ...

Final day in NT

A travel blog entry by tomanddanozadve on Oct 03, 2014

12 photos

... reptiles.

Said good bye and headed back to Palmy, I picked up Kevs car and we went to pick up his gps from a gum tree sale.

Home and across to Leslies for dinner and goodbye. Found some Green Tree frogs in her garden, more photos. Quick food shop , fuel and pack car. Kev and Dan are now playing COD. Im blogging it and off to bed soon as I want to get away at 0600 am. Hopefully heading towards Mount Isa or somewhere. No ...

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