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Darwin was rebuilt after being decimated by cyclone Tracy in 1974 so looks and feels like a modern city albeit not very big and mostly low rise. We started with a drive around the city we drove out to the East Point Resrerve and the Darwin Military Museum.. The road out to the point follows a sandy beach fringing a lovely blue bay whilst on the other side it's parkland. The museum documents the bombing of Darwin by the Japanese sinking shipping in the ...
... south polarity so that they don’t overheat during the heat of the day, this results in all the mound staking on the appearance of tombstones in a military cemetery aligned to facing the same direction (see photo). Tolmer Falls was next on our schedule, a lovely waterfall in great setting with impressive viewing point. Then off to Wangi Falls one of the largest and most popular of the waterfalls and swimming rock pools. Though the large rock ...
Arrived on Sat 6th September Three weeks at Lee's
Three weeks at Free Spirit incl a few days at Mataranka and Pine Creek.
Left on Monday 20th
We arrived at Lee's place in Darwin on Saturday 6th September, which was a bit of a milestone for us as it was about the northern most location we had on our itinerary and somewhere none of us had been before, so it was a first for the whole family. It was a bit of a tight fit to get the van in where it needed to be, but after ...
It's Saturday morning and we've woken up to find that we have no power to the van. We reset the power at the pole outside the van, but it switches of the power inside the van, each time we reset it. Terry's and Steve try everything, but can't work out what the problem is. Eventually , it's decided that we need to call I an electrician to look at it, but because it's Saturday, Terry is having problems getting someone to come ...
... beside him too. Mitchell, Cambell and myself went back to the main pool for a swim. After a while Harrison and Ray rejoined us. We decided to walk to the lower pool for a swim. Whilst we were swimming there, we got talking to a family who comes from Mitcham, Victoria and is doing the same trip as we're doing. Their names are Nicole and Richard with two sons, Jordan (15) and Callum (11). When we said that we were from Gisborne, Nicole said that ...
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