Mango Meadows Homestay

Address: Humpty Doo, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0836, Australia | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located on Humpty Doo, Darwin, is near Adelaide River Queen Cruises.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Darwin

Jumpin' Crocodiles

A travel blog entry by jh3 on Jun 08, 2015

4 comments, 11 photos

... to watch the sunset and eat some yummy food (Waddy was in her element !) This place goes off, there were stalls everywhere selling all kinds of hand made craft, buskers and street performers, we had a great time. Darwin is a real surprise, it has such a nice feel to it, so much so that we have decided to extend our stay by another week, there is so much to see and ...

Museums and dinner cruise

A travel blog entry by susanjw64 on Jun 01, 2015

5 photos

... hotel to change for the cruise. I had booked a taxi to pick us up at 5.00pm in the belief that we were to be at the wharf by 5. 30pm. At about 4.30pm Bob asked if the cruise was licensed or BYO and when I looked at the blurb about it, discovered that all my timing was 30mins out and in fact we needed to be boarding at 5.00pm. Mad rush!!!!! I headed down to reception to see if they would get a taxi ASAP, whilst Bob did a quick change and gathering of camera, wallet ...

Outback Safari Tour 25th - 27th May

A travel blog entry by susanjw64 on May 27, 2015

... had a swim in the pool there and helped with meal preparations. Tonight was a chicken stir fry and a glass of wine. The tents were off the ground, all enclosed with netting, this one had a fan, a double bed and a single bed. The ablutions block was quite OK. With another 6.00am start no one hung around long and retired to their tents after tea only to be kept awake until who knows when by the French Canadians and another group of Baramundi fishermen (males) who were ...

Day 133, 134, 135

A travel blog entry by robmauger on May 23, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... the water next to the rock where we can breath and watch the water cascading down over our heads from the other side. It's another wonderful moment and Rory makes it in too. These experiences are wonderful but are they enough to make up for the miserable? An eagle swoops down despite the plethora of people now at the waterhole, Beth and I missed it during the swooping but Maria saw it and it dived from a height and pulled out a fish right from next to a swimmer, it now sits on ...

The homeward run back to Darwin

A travel blog entry by trevandmoira on Apr 28, 2015

8 comments, 11 photos

... his death was stuffed and now stands in this bar. He was a big fellow.
Arrived back in Darwin, exhausted, at 5.30pm. We walked back to the hotel to book in for our final night and collect our cases from the store. We were delighted to be told that they had given us a complimentary upgrade to an apartment on the 4th floor. This had a lounge, kitchen and larger bedroom and in the bathroom was a washing machine and tumble dryer. Patio doors in ...