Argus Apartments Darwin

Address: 6 Cardona Court, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0800, Australia | 5 star condo
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This 5 star condo, located on 6 Cardona Court, Darwin, is near Mindil Beach, Darwin Wharf Precinct, Darwin Botanic Gardens, and Aquascene.
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          Travel Blogs from Darwin

          Last Day

          A travel blog entry by odonnellwa16 on Jul 23, 2016

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          The day has arrived- our last full day before departing tomorrow for chilly Melbourne. Everyone was happy for it to be a very lazy day, with a bit of water play and some last minute souvenir shopping for the boys.

          Michelle and I went for a great tourist run from Fannie bay along the coast to East point before returning the hire car. Once …

          Last Day with the Crocodiles

          A travel blog entry by didier.moutia on Apr 27, 2016

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          So our last day in the Northern Territory. It seems like it was months ago that we left Sydney.

          During our trip we came across lots of historic war sites so we decided to visit the Darwin Military Museum. The museum is located at an old cannon site from World War II. The outside areas have lots of old tanks, cannons, jeeps and …

          Kakadu Day 2

          A travel blog entry by didier.moutia on Apr 25, 2016

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          Dad tells us that so far we have seen the lower and middle parts of Kakadu. Today we are heading to the top part. I never knew how big Kakadu was. It is massive.

          We first came across Jabiru. I was expecting it to be a lot busier and bigger than it was. We knew it would be quiet because of ANZAC day. However it was very small and I think it …

          THE TOP END

          A travel blog entry by dalhousie on Aug 28, 2014

          1 comment, 7 photos

          ... been aboard the Beagle during its second voyage, when he was formulating his thesis The Origin of the Species. The two other significant events that have most impacted The City of Darwin, are the Japanese bombing in 1942 and Cyclone Tracy that destroyed 80% of the City in 1974. We learned more about the Japanese bombing, which incidentally, involved more bombs than were dropped on Pearl Harbour, at the Darwin ...

          Darwin's Indo Pacific Marine. Oh and Big W.

          A travel blog entry by moffatsoztrip on Aug 19, 2014

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          ... for a lunch with a view at a small Cafe in Cullen Bay and then Moff had a snooze. A lovely way to spend the day.

          Lyn and Wayne Hayhoe came for dinner at 6:45. Doug Shelley joined us too. We shared lots of good food and laughter. Cooked up a huge fish from the Darwin Fish Markets and enjoyed way too much great food. Late night but worth it. More great memories. ...