Lilly Pad B&B

4 Waters Street, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0810, Australia | B&B
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Darwin day 1 - Litchfield national park

A travel blog entry by nath_and_rach


... by the flowing waters at the Buley Rock Hole. We then went to the Florence Falls, the big waterfall to enjoy a swim. The current was so strong we had to cling to the rocks to prevent being pulled away by the tide. It was tons of fun and so refreshing in the scorching 31 degrees heat. It was now midday and all aboard began feeling a little peckish we drove into the bush and enjoyed a picnic together in a beautiful setting with no wildlife in sight to ...

Last sea day before darwin

A travel blog entry by nickandjo


... Ford believes that dinosaurs must have be aquatic animals living in shallow seas before the continents have been formed. He believes they were just too large to support their weight on land and could never have moved at the speed they are depicted in the movies. Also he believes they could not have eaten enough or inhaled oxygen to support their vast bulk. He believes that dinosaur footprints have been found in the bottom of old lakes because that is ...

The adventure begins…with the first leg...

A travel blog entry by ktmack


I'm headed to Katherine today to do some work tomorrow…and after that I'm starting my road trip to Canberra.

I'm heading to Canberra for a few months to check it out and to see if I like it enough (and it likes me enough) to spend some the year there and some of the year in Darwin…or something like that…I haven't worked out the practicalities of all ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by emmascottoz


... right up next to us, so I could kiss him! Half way through it the keepers fed the crocs, and we were raised higher so we were right next to his mouth as is clashed shut. It was so much fun, defiantly one off my bucket list, that I've kissed a croc! The afternoon we had a long bus ride up to kakadu that look 3 hours. I wasn't bad at all though, the seats are very comfy and there's good air con. We ...

Rock n Roll

A travel blog entry by kathtastesworld


... or Ayres rock, a huge rusty, red sandstone rock formed by tectonic movements in the heart of Australia. Whilst walking around the rock, its shapes and markings can be read to tell the sacred and age old stories of the aboriginal people that lived at its base for thousands of years. Kata tjuta, a site nearby is similar, although it's comprised of many separate smaller boulders rather than one big one. Walking around the site was fascinating ...

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This B&B, located on 4 Waters Street, Darwin, is near East Point Military Museum, Mindil Beach Markets, Devil's Marbles Conservation Reserve, and Cape Adieu Cruises.
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