The Summer House

3 Quarry Crescent, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0820, Australia | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Darwin

Hello Northen Territory!

A travel blog entry by jennet

... checked in and then spent the afternoon walking around the town. Darwin is certainly very different to the other places I've visited in Australia. Apparently it has the biggest ethnic diversity in Australia and it has the largest population of the aboriginal community compared to the other suburbs I have been in. Exhausted from the early start so headed to bed pretty early ready for my croc trip tomorrow!!

The adventure begins…with the first leg...

A travel blog entry by ktmack


... try to keep some kind of sense to this blog, but I can't guarantee will be my usual eclectic collection of observations, thoughts, views and questions so please read or ignore at your leisure... At the very least I'll check in at the end of each day I'm on the road so my family and friends will know I'm safely at my next stop...(service availability ...

Adelaide - Great Ocean Road - Melbourne - Tasmania

A travel blog entry by clearyf


... t start until about half way between Adelaide & Melbourne but I've taken the most coastal road I can take and there's a lot less traffic. I mange to get about 300km done in the first day, passing through little towns such as Police Point, Salt Creek (blink and you miss them) and stop off at Kingston SE. A small beach front town with loads of lovely beach view houses. A mere 99K AUD for a site for a house. It's getting late so check in to the Lacepede Beach Motel for a good ...

Darwin to Adelaide

A travel blog entry by clearyf


... and turbulent few hours but landed into Darwin ok. Had filled out my security card and made my declarations, some tea and the fact that I had been in farms in India and trekking. Little did I know that flying into here was like flying into Knock airport! It's tiny and I was off the plane and through immigration, picked up my bag, went through declarations and was in a taxi within 20mins. The hostel was one of the best recommendations for Darwin on tripadvisor but it didn't live up ...

Day 12

A travel blog entry by h_l_n84


... or so and then grabbed so e take-away fish and chips (baracuda) and sat on the grass to watch an amazing sunset. I'd been told they were good from here and it was definitely worth it. Sunset around 7:15 and I was back at the hostel around 8:30. I re packed my bags once again and got an early night ready for my next three-day trip tomorrow. Quite a chilled day but the walking in the humidity made me ...


This B&B, located on 3 Quarry Crescent, Darwin, is near Deckchair Cinema, East Point Military Museum, Devil's Marbles Conservation Reserve, and Cape Adieu Cruises.
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