Lakeside Holiday Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for crocs. No one visits or swim in the ocean in the harbour area! Next stop was the old jail that was closed after Cyclone Tracy did so much damage to Darwin. The last 2 people hung in Australia were hung there. Eerie feeling visiting the gallows. Next stop was the Royal Australian Air Force Museum where many old planes were on display including a B52 bomber. References were again of the WW2 raid. We were here for the 11th hour of the 11th ...
... to take us to places off the beaten the track that are more authentic. They had beautiful blue waters and lilies and reeds growing up the sides of the banks. People were snorkelling to see turtles but we didn't see any. From there we went to some more visited springs that have been done up for use, made Ito proper pools. They were busier and less beautiful but lovely and warm and relaxing all the same. From there the rest of the day was ...
... It is so very remote even now, but especially for such a young family. They sent my sisters and me, 3 amazing aboriginal baskets full of shells, and a stuffed turtle from this area, when we were children. Certainly amazing presents and I still treasure my basket, shells and the turtle.
On Saturday we caught up on shopping at Casuarina Shopping Centre and visited the Darwin Museum and Art Gallery, which is open every day, with generous opening hours and no ...
Second last Day! We had a little sleep in and got up at 9am. Hot outside already so at 11.00am we went for a swim at Berri Springs till 1.30pm. There was wafting smells of BBQ's so we were getting hungry. We came back to camp and we had a chicken salad for lunch. John went with John Hunt to the Drags at ...
... into the information centre from there. Not too strenuous, just right and the weather was nice. It had gotten cloudy and we wondered if it would rain, but it didn't. We caught the Hop On Hop Off Bus at $30 seniors each or $35 normal price. Yay! I can legitimately use my seniors card. The tour took you around the city pointing out various pieces of history and significant sites. We hopped off at the 8th one which was the Museum and Art Gallery. We really enjoyed the museum ...