The Summer House

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

Adelaide - Great Ocean Road - Melbourne - Tasmania

A travel blog entry by clearyf


... though is very nearby, Barrington Lake and Rowing club. Brad was here the last time he was in Tas 20yrs ago, so he was feeling sentimental about going back to see it again. Pretty lake with forest hills surrounding it. Back on the road and off to Cradle Mountain. Get our hiking gear on and set off at noon. We asked in the visitor centre what the weather would be like, it's unpredictable she said. One min sun, the next snow, it can change quickly. But today turned out to be sun sun ...

Darwin to Adelaide

A travel blog entry by clearyf


... on course. The place is surprisingly flooded, due too unprecedented rain fall, so in parts we are wading through mud and random rivers. We're miles from any sort of town when in the campsite, at this stage, we're in places, that if anything happens, we'll never be found! Visions of WolfCreek are now going through all our heads!! Finally we reach this watering hole but it's a very muddy place. 3 people brave the water, 2 of us stayed in the mud. After days of hearing, don't go near ...

Wet and Wild Top End

A travel blog entry by harach


... we would be escaping the rain but it turns out that most of the zoo is outside. After getting drenched it didn't really matter anymore so we spent the whole day here watching all the scheduled feeding and handling shows. It was a really good day. We went 'fishing for crocs', where you get a bit of meat on a fishing rod and dangle it over the edge of the enclosure, very fun but didn't last long enough as you only get one go. This place is also home to 'the cage of death', which ...

Darwin, Kakadu and Litchfield

A travel blog entry by carrhaughan


... and the national parks have been another highlight of this part of our trip (all our Australia highlights have been in the Northern Territories, which is telling). This would be a great place to come back to in the dry season. We consider the possibility of coming back in the dry and renting a big 4WD to cover all the national parks, particularly the ones we missed, before driving down the coast to Perth which was part of our original plan. Maybe on another ...


A travel blog entry by loftsy


The new Darwin cruise ship terminal, adjacent to Stokes Hill wharf
waterfront area and convention centre, is only one kilometre from
Darwin's CBD. Modern amenities, hotels and parking are right there,
alongside a mini-market with beautiful local productions – Aboriginal
art and crafts, diamonds and opals, and eateries, all very distinctive
of the Top End. Darwin is a home port for the small luxury vessels Coral
Princess, ...


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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