Palmerston Sunset Retreat

Address: 8 Renwick Court, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0830, Australia | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 8 Renwick Court, Darwin.
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      Crocodiles!

      A travel blog entry by thehollows on Jan 02, 2015

      ... to rain. And boy did it rain. It was coming in sideways - it poured down! We saw the owner of the boat arrive and he sat down for a cuppa too - he said that there was no going out on the river in that kind of weather! Meanwhile the cafe started to fill up with more and more of us brave adventurers! We must have been being smiled on, though, because the rain did eventually stop and we did get out on the cruise. It was terrific. Not so many jumping crocs as I remember ...

      Darwin - The Sweat Pit

      A travel blog entry by bakersabroad on Dec 10, 2014

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      ... it. We were exhausted by the end of it, and after trawling through 60+ photos, we eventually settled on a normal photo, standard holding the croc and smiling. Wednesday was our last day in Darwin before we got our two day trip down to Alice Springs, so we got a few bits and pieces, we needed our own sleeping bags for the trip and we located some top quality ones in Coles for $11....something told me not expect comfortable nights sleep on ...

      Territorial Wildlife Park in Leitchfield National

      A travel blog entry by sylviacourteau on Oct 30, 2014

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      Darwin, population 140,000. This is the tropics, 36C and 85% humidity. Built at the estuary of the Elizabeth River, which is a very large system with tributaries going inland up to 300 km or more. Summer is monsoon season here, and tributaries fill up. Watch out for saltwater crocodiles, and freshwater ones more inland. May want to watch what's following you when you are walking your little dog in The park... The Territorial Wildlife Park has only fauna from ...

      Last days in Australia

      A travel blog entry by ralphg on Oct 19, 2014

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      ... Because Wicked already robbed us, charging us AU$500 for the damaged sump, we were very afraid that they were going to charge us again. On advice of some local Australian people we went to the police department in Darwin to make a report of the damage and that the guy left without any note. This made it impossible for Wicked to claim us for this damage and we were relieved.
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      Feeling the heat

      A travel blog entry by tudyfrudy on Sep 27, 2014

      ... doom story about miles and miles of plastic floating in the ocean. Selling my house would be a bit too much for me, I love to go 'walkabout' for a while, but need to know that I can go back to the peace and quite of my own home anytime. I also met 3 interesting student teacher girls in their twenties, who just came back from living in an aboriginal community for a few months. They volunteered there as teachers. They told me about kids, who only come to school when they feel ...