Feathers Sanctuary

49A Freshwater Road, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0810, Australia | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 49A Freshwater Road, Darwin, is near Australian Aviation Heritage Centre, Mindil Beach Markets, East Point Military Museum, and Devil's Marbles Conservation Reserve.
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    To Darwin for 5 days

    A travel blog entry by pellegrini4 on Sep 03, 2014

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    Quick swim in the morning, and goodbye to Litchfield.
    On the way, found a little treasure! Butterfly Farm in Bachelor that we just popped into. A restaurant/Mini zoo sort of thing. Lovely, lovely place, with rabbits for kids to feed (Lucy was entertained for ages), armchairs and couches in the restaurant/foyer that we just wanted to fall asleep on. We ...

    Day 28 - Darwin (day 7)

    A travel blog entry by suzntez on Aug 31, 2014

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    ... pub, so naturally we have to sample the beer and the food. The view for the pub is beautiful, so we have another round of beer before we head off the the Litchfield pub to sample their beer. This is another outback pub but it has more of an American decor than the great Australian outback. Just the same it's like an oasis in the middle of nowhere. After a few beers we head back to Virginia and to our caravan park for a quiet ...

    Happy Anniversary - Vive la France!

    A travel blog entry by dalhousie on Aug 29, 2014

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    ... tour was described as an "eco" tour, apparently that meant we had to slow down for Wallabies crossing the road rather than running them over like everyone else. We stopped at an interpretive centre built by the government and turned over to the indigenous peoples to manage. It provided an insight into the wetlands and the wildlife therein contained. It is amazing to think that much of this land is three feet under water at ...

    A busy day at the office...

    A travel blog entry by markandshirley on Aug 26, 2014

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    Today we were up early to get to the Audi garage by 745am - they completed the initial assessment within the hour and the car is booked back in for tomorrow morning to get all fixed up and ready for the next stage of the journey. After that was done we did a couple of other quick jobs and headed back to the site.

    After lunch I made a trip to the dentist to get a broken tooth repaired, it wasn't giving me any pain but I thought it ...

    Bike riding around Darwin.

    A travel blog entry by moffatsoztrip on Aug 24, 2014

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    ... and irrigation system 100% finished by late morning. Doug and his mate, Connor helped as well.
    The boys degreased the bikes and the back of the bus / trailer area and we decided to go for a ride on our bikes. A little bit of maintenance and we were off. Susan and Paul came with us and we followed the Rapid Creek bike paths through the parklands and eventually to the beach at Nightcliff.
    Jacob and Paul decided to do a little bit ...