Palmerston Sunset Retreat

Address: 8 Renwick Court, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0830, Australia | B&B
 
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    The Top End-Darwin

    A travel blog entry by kft on Jul 01, 2015

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    ... truckie size" Bacon and egg rolls which are a meal in a bun. While sitting on the tailgate having breaky I was amazed at the number of caravans heading north, there seemed to be no end to the "procession" so after breaky we joined in and headed north ourselves.

    Mataranka (land of the never never and the film of the same name was shot around here) We stayed at the homestead resort where there is a lovely artesian "creek" that flows at the rate ...

    Nungalinya College

    A travel blog entry by dhearley on Jul 01, 2015

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    ... were going to see in Batchelor ( 1 hour south) has stayed on in Darwin so we will stay here now 'til Sunday and see her here. That saves us one extra move. We have the permissions to go to Oenpelli next Monday and the permit for Ngukurr is in process. The Mail has caught up with us with all its blessings such as the Tax Office wanting to know why I haven't been submitting tax returns on Mum's estate for the last 5 years as they believe it has been running a business. What?,! ...

    Darwin

    A travel blog entry by lynnstephenbell on Jun 10, 2015

    10 photos

    ... walk along the Waterfront and through the city. Steve continued on to see the WW11 Oil Storage, Tunnels, a network of five steel-lined concrete tunnels built for storage of the Navy's oil reserves after the Japanese bombed Darwin's above ground facilities. Tunnel 5 is open to the public and includes displays of photographs depicting life in wartime Darwin. While he did this I did a little retail therapy and walked through the main shopping streets of ...

    Darwin - The Top End

    A travel blog entry by den-jen on Jun 08, 2015

    12 photos

    ... and took in the atmosphere while having a coffee. The area has apartments, shops, bars, parkland, a wave pool and convention centre. It's only a short walk to Stokes Mill Wharf from the area. We really liked the area. On Sunday afternoon the Mindil Markets are held, so time to look around and have dinner there.
    3.6.2015 : Today we were met at the caravan park by Lynette from Pudakul Aboriginal Culture Tours for a morning cruise on ...

    Darwin, and why Hospitality is a blessed curse.

    A travel blog entry by davidjhutchison on Jun 06, 2015

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    We waited...and waited, then the dreaded call came "sorry mate, we don't need you guys". The plan was ruined, we were heading to make amazing money every day, and now we had nothing. Literally nothing, we had nowhere to live, nowhere to go, jobs were scarce. We really didn't want to go back into hospitality. However farm work was proving harder to find than ever. Eventually we both caved in and handed the CV's out...back to bar work. Bar work is something that I can do, ...