Eden At Fogg Dam
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... I visited Darwin in the Dry 20 years ago, but still fantastic. They look almost cute as they swim through the water, just eyes and nostrils showing and a swish of their tail. We saw a great big black bloke called 'stumpy' or 'grumpy' have a go at a littler brown one which was a bit exciting. It is amazing how quick they can be when then want to, and how high they can jump! Dinner that night was at the Wharf in Darwin city. Fish and chips looking out over the harbour. Very ...
... popping out the water. They made the crocs work for the meat first by making them do 3 or 4 jumps out of the water before giving them their snack. Once we'd finished we stopped for lunch at a picnic site near a billabong then I hopped behind the wheel and drove us the rest of the way to Kakadu National park. Once I got used to driving an automatic it was easy just blasting 130km an hour down a straight highway with just bush on either side and only passing 1 or 2 cars in ...
... going for anyone who wanted one. However, when in Australia I was told that getting a job wasn't that easy in Darwin as thousands of backpackers flocked there in search of work. So I set off on my five hour plane journey with some nerves but with quite optimism that I could find a job, even if it took a couple of weeks.
When I arrived in Darwin I was extremely lucky as I got a job the day after I arrived! I applied for a job on Gumtree working for a company ...
Hi all, Have not updated for quite awhile, but we are now in Darwin Travelled along the Victoria Highway to Katherine, took us a few days with free camping. Spent 2 days in Katherine, the hot springs were enjoyable and we had access from our park which was handy. Loved the Katherine Gorge area and spent 3 hours at the Katherine museum, which was most interesting, gives ...
Darwin is known, in these parts, as The Top End. It refers of course to its location at the top end of the Northern Territory and of Australia for that matter. It is a city founded on a deep port and is a vibrant economic centre for the oil and gas business. The taxi driver told us that most of the rooms in the cheap hotels, including ours, have been rented by the oil and gas companies for their employees. The breakfast room opens ...