Stuart Park Holiday Apartments
Travel Blogs from Darwin
... into the side of the hill down at the wharf area. They were not completed until after the war finished, so then were used for oil storage. Original intention was to store the oil and petrol required to fuel the armed services safely so that Japanese bombings would not be able to destroy the stocks. Worst day in war history for Darwin was 17th February, 1942.
Craig went into town this afternoon to get ...
Up bright and early around at 5.15am as both Craig and Chris were going mud crabbing with Roger Cutting from Port Mac Donnell. Thanks to Weeds for contacting Roger and arranging the guys to go and do something completely different to deep sea fishing. So dropped them off about 30 minutes away at Lee Point.
Returned back to the house after having walked from car park to East Point which is along the coastline - then passes right beside a Monsoonal Rainforest ...
... park that I’ve been to except it was free. At the Market I really enjoyed the Fire Dancers. I especially liked the way they made giant plumes of flames. I could feel the intensity of the fire. I really liked the fans he used and the baton twirling. He inspired me to want to learn to Juggle.
Georgia: I enjoyed going back to the water park. I really enjoyed the Markets, the feeling of sand between my toes, watching the Sunset and the Fire ...
... As the name suggests, the markets are right on the beach and although we were too late to see the sunset we were right on dinner time and there was a big variety of food stalls to choose from. There is definitely an Asian influence here with a lot of Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese food stalls as well as Spanish, Greek and the usual greasy suspects. The girls had a wander around the craft stalls while the men relaxed over a glass of red, men just don't enjoy markets the ...
We've finally made it to the NT's capital, Darwin. We stayed at a caravan park about 20 minutes outside the CBD, at Coolalinga. It was certainly a basic place, especially at the non powered sites but fairly priced and we had no plans to spend much time there. Once we'd set up we drove into the CBD and wandered around the esplanade and Darwin waterfront in the late afternoon sun. After having dinner at Stokes Hill Wharf we decided ...
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