Darwin Boomerang Caravan Park

30 Virginia Road, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0834, Australia | Campground
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Location

This campground, located on 30 Virginia Road, Darwin, is near Crocodylus Park, Australian Aviation Heritage Centre, Mindil Beach Markets, and East Point Military Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Darwin

Day out in Darwin

A travel blog entry by dahlsen_family on Aug 01, 2014

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... pool as well as a huge new wave pool along with fancy new apartments, restaurants and shops. It was really nice and we lounged around at the wave pool for a couple of hours. They provide inflatable rings to float on and we all had a ball floating over the waves out the back.
Back at camp it was home made pizza for dinner and way too many ...

Wonders of Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by thethirdcog on Jul 27, 2014

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... stayed and viewed for at least 30 minutes, watching them all at work. The magnetic termite mounds are more amazing, they have been constructed to face north/south for heat/cooling reasons, and when viewed in the open flood plains look like cemetry tombstones. We managed on the way home to find an isolated area of them and could view parts of the interiors of the mounds that had broken apart, looking like intricate honeycomb made from termite secretion and moisture ...

Darwin

A travel blog entry by simmsie on Jul 22, 2014

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... 10 crab pots along the way. There was one other person on the trip apart from Steve and I; Dave, a fisherman from Perth who knew Bob and sang his praises on what a great fisherman he is. The tide was predicted to be between 6 -7metres and once we arrived at our destination on high tide we couldn’t go anywhere else as the tide was turning. What was a huge river when we arrived turned into a creek with a large sand bar within an hour of our arrival. We threw ...

On The Ghan

A travel blog entry by marilyna on Jul 09, 2014

... the view and had some coffee. There was a tray of glasses of champagne which looked tempting but it was a bit early in the day. At about 12 o'clock we were called down for lunch and there were some great choices to be had. Mum and I had Tasmanian salmon fillet on asparagus and lavender panna cotta with fairy floss on top. Paul had beef and garlic mash, and lemon meringue pie. All beautifully served and delicious. We watched the countryside go ...

Back to Coles and more visitors

A travel blog entry by ianandsusan on Jul 04, 2014

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so we're still here in Darwin but we've moved to another caravan park and I;m back working at Coles. In the deli of course, but so far I've avoided the chickens. We're at the Robbie Robins Reserve, which is a pony club oval on the Stuart Highway. There are quite a few vans here as it;s a lot cheaper than any of the other caravan parks. No pool but it's a bit cold for swimming now, it's only 28 today and all the locals are wrapping ...