Palmerston Sunset Retreat

8 Renwick Court, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0830, Australia | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Darwin

    A Long Way. A Short Time.

    A travel blog entry by marilynjw on Jul 29, 2014

    ... like. Nowhere could we see the age of it but it reminded me of the big Kauri in Northland. We also stopped at exquisite Lake Barrine and there we walked to see two big.......wait for it.....Kauri trees! I read on the notice that they were named after the NZ tree. These ones are of the same family. We also took a side trip to Lake Tinaroo which on a good day would have been lovely but we weren't dressed for a chilly wind and ...

    Walking & Museum Day

    A travel blog entry by thethirdcog on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... occurred on the 17th February 1942 and it would have been extremely ******* those people living in this area at the time.

    From here we visited the Darwin Museum and I found this to be of particular interest. The Museum is completely free and there were people everywhere. Upon first entering you come across the section on Wallace, whom was very similar to Charles Darwin in his thought processes of Theory of Evolution rather than the christian beliefs. He was truly ...

    Day off in Darwin

    A travel blog entry by nealsausadv2014 on Jul 23, 2014

    ... right to get nasty, I was sticking up for a teenage girl who made a mistake!!!)

    Back home to try and sleep through the planes and trucks!


    Rob: First day without tooth pain, yeah! The free water park, it was beautiful and relaxing. The wharf was nice and great to do something a bit different.

    Nic: I enjoyed the water park with the kids. They were so “busy” that we got to ...


    A travel blog entry by simmsie on Jul 22, 2014

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    ... the next day this time at the Parap Village markets and without even a sideways glance at a stall the men had made their way to the local pub to wait for us while we had a look around. Whilst not as big as Mindil Beach markets there was plenty to look at and once again lots of food stalls to choose from. We had a quick look around and then met up with the men who were very disappointed that we hadn’t taken longer at the markets as the topless waitress had ...

    Darwin - Market Town

    A travel blog entry by kellysx5 on Jul 20, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... a street performer who works with fire" - his conservative grandfathers will be so proud! As you all probably know, due to the friendly trio of saltwater crocs, great white sharks and box jellyfish, swimming at Darwin's beaches is off the 'to-do' list. Darwin's answer to this is the creation of a wave pool. When we heard that a family pass only cost $18 (that's what you pay just to park at Blacktown's Wet n Wild) and that ...