Stuart Park Holiday Apartments

Address: 66 Stuart Highway, Staurt Park, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0820, Australia | Condo
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Location

This condo, located on 66 Stuart Highway, Staurt Park, Darwin, is near Mindil Beach, Deckchair Cinema, Darwin Botanic Gardens, and Devil's Marbles Conservation Reserve.
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Travel Blogs from Darwin

East to West

A travel blog entry by haaries on Oct 12, 2015

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... the bar. The McArthur Zinc Mine which has a 14 day on and 14 day off roster provides many of the keen fishos King Ash as their base. A Bar and daily meals are also available.

After King Ash it was west to the Stuart Highway in the NT. Our planned Camp was Camp13 some 90km east of the Highway. We found it no probs, 36 degrees, set up camp, got out the beers and got inundated by wasps, shifted camp some 500m away and after 30 minutes the wasps were back and ...

Day 19 Monday 7 September

A travel blog entry by jayjay51 on Sep 07, 2015

Time for our adventure to end. We had to be at the airport for a 1:30 departure, so we endeavoured to sleep in and take our time. What a joke! Ian went down at 8am to our street car park to put some money in the meter. We had had free street parking whilst in Darwin. We ate our mango from Mindil Markets and by about 9:15 we were ready to go. We had time to kill, so we went ...

Corroboree Billabong, Wetlands and Fog Dam

A travel blog entry by juliebankier on Sep 06, 2015

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... had a couple of cool beverages and a beautiful dinner before the drive home. On the way home we saw some spectacular burn offs around Adelaide River. Had a couple of days at Little Oaks Estate and then Kerry and I decided to do a bit more touring so we ventured out to the Window on the Wetlands which is out near Adelaide River. Was a great spot, saw some buffalo and also watch a movie that gave you a great overview of the seasons up here. From there we continued on ...

Broome to Darwin

A travel blog entry by tony_eraine on Sep 02, 2015

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... mornings to watch and photograph the numerous water birds.

We spent our first evening in Kununurra with our singing friend, Max, who is travelling the opposite way. We had dinner at the local hotel and had an excellent evening together, swapping tips and travelling stories.

On Friday 21st, we explored Kununurra’s rich and large agricultural district, with the many irrigation channels fed by the abundant waters of Lake Argyle and Lake ...

Two fella creek, cox peninsula

A travel blog entry by marie.channer on Aug 22, 2015

... We were slipping and sliding all over the place until we suddenly got stuck! Paul tried reversing then going forward and she wouldn't budge! We put the differential lock on hoping that might help but nope! Paul was getting nervous as the sun was due to set soon and we didn't want to be driving about in the dark. After 15 minutes of being stuck Paul got out of the car and began digging our way out, he was sweating which isn't a good combination when digging in the sand! So by the time ...

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