Mango Meadows Homestay

Address: Humpty Doo, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0836, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located on Humpty Doo, Darwin, is near Adelaide River Queen Cruises.
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Travel Blogs from Darwin

A Day in Litchfield

A travel blog entry by jennynbob on Aug 09, 2015

16 photos

Yesterday we drove up from Pine Creek and spent some time at Adelaide River. The markets were on so Anita and I wanted to stop and see what was on offer. Sheesh! They know how to charge! $7.50 for a half of a loaf of carrot cake. Nah! Don't need it anyway. There were some handcraft items but nothing that enticed me to buy them! Our tour guide back home, Delma, told us to make sure we saw Charlie from Crocodile Dundee fame. It's been a while since I saw that movie and ...

Dragonfly Rest

A travel blog entry by julieandjohn on Jul 31, 2015

9 photos

We slept in this morning. We got up at nine and I prepared the mix for a loaf of bread to make in the bread oven. After breakfast John attached the stainless Steele hose holders to the rear bumper bar of caravan and the added a couple more bladders of water to the ...

Wetlands Cruise Corroboree Billabong

A travel blog entry by ray.windmill on Jul 27, 2015

8 photos

... There were a couple of different Kingfishers including Azure Kingfishers, Darter Egrets, and a couple of other varieties of egret, some eagles but don't know which ones, wagtails, and various others. Even saw some wallabies - hope they know where the high ground is when the wet comes! And there were lots of water lilies, which our guide explained were brought in by the Chinese immigrants, and used ...

Day 44. Corroboree Tavern. Marrakai.

A travel blog entry by terro12 on Jul 27, 2015

1 comment, 15 photos

... a while. Once the operators arrived we paid our money and off we went. Words will be too difficult to try and describe what we saw so look at the photos. We started the trip by cruising along a creek where we saw a lot of different bird species. Then out into the main billabong for more birds and a few crocodiles. We had a fabulous guide who had all the information at hand on the billabong. The sunset was a bit disappointing due to the smoke from ...

Up through NT and Arrived in Darwin

A travel blog entry by ducknlauz on Jul 26, 2015

1 comment, 18 photos

We left Batchelor and headed into Litchfield National Park getting a camp site in Wangi Falls. We started with a trip to the magnetic termite site - how clever are these tiny troupers - they build their mounds in a blade shape facing north/south to ensure in the hottest part of the day the sun is only shining on the top of the tip with sunrise and sunset copping the most sunlight. We went onto visit Blyth Homestead which was built in ...