BEST WESTERN Darwin Airport Gateway Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... for the next part of our journey. We expect to be in Darwin for approximately 5 nights before we head to Kakadu and then to Kunanurra. Once we complete this section we have a rather quick trip back down the middle of Australia before returning in the first week of October.
Our immediate plans for Darwin however is the Mindi Markets, The Wave Pool and I desperately need to wet a line somewhere so there must be a fishing trip soon.
... announced "Oh my, I've always wanted one of those Freddo Frog Cakes" with a huge sparkle in his eyes. I was beside myself with the artificial colours/flavours and additives but what can you do in a moment like that with all those extra people and a very excited almost 6 year old boy!?!?!? We will deal with the behaviour tomorrow!
... jetty. decided that we would grab some fish and salad for lunch on the boardwalk that wrapped itself around the waters edge - oh and while i was at it thought i would send a picture of lunch- turns out that it was not a good idea, some people didn't have it so good!......what? truckstop food not good enough now! hehehe....love you darlin' :)
while we were waiting we noticed a basket on the top of the handrail leading down to a ...
... machines, treadmills, exercise bikes and lots of other equipment. I would surmise it is used to dispose and burn stolen goods.
When I came to Darwin with Dad in 2008, his favourite coffee place and shop was the Sticky Beak Cafe. The shop part was very similar to Stepneys in Adelaide with old goods, massive wooden doors etc. Unfortunately the shop has closed but ...
... spot. We spent a long time here, including having a picnic on the rocks. The kids had a ball swimming in the different rock pools and sliding down one of the waterfalls. Eventually we decided it was time to go, there is still so much to see and do. We stopped by Tolmer Falls. There was a great lookout over the falls. There is no access to the creek or pools at this place, so we took some photo's and continued on. Our next stop ...