Rydges Darwin Airport Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRydges Darwin Airport Hotel Marrara
Checking was easy, reasonable fast but the room was a 2 bedroom apartment inclusive of its own washing machine and tumble dryer, full size fridge and microwave. Bathroom spacious with compementry shampoo ect. We never used the pool as we used the one across the road in the resort where our friends were staying.
I would definately recommend this hotel to others absolutely perfect for Darwin.
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... too expensive. Can't spend all the kids inheritance, as I heard around me a lot, especially when I was traveling among the 'grey wave' on the Ghan. But wait till I am sick of dorms again I can and I will! I need to go and get some shopping, but it is too hot outside. I survived my shopping outing, the supermarket was only a few minutes away. I bought too much food, as if I can carry a fridge around on my travels. It is hard to quit a habit. Home sweet home. One of my ...
... for fishing off and great views back to the city and also Sealink have a ferry that goes to Cullen Bay-Darwin approx. 20mins for $20.(Can't get away from them). We met a guy on the jetty who lives up there who wasa born and bred on the KI, gave us some great fishing tips for the jetty. Also drove to Waigot Beach which was nearby. Another day we drove out to Dundee Beach, this was quite beautiful but camping looked very dusty, not much out there but great for fishing and relaxing. ...
... biologist on the reef and spent a long time talking about the state of the reef and the threat posed by shipping developments.
Sunday, 24th August
Packed up early and went to Adelaide River Jumping Crocodiles out near Fogg Dam, where we toured the river and met Brutus, a 90 + year old 5.5 m crocodile. 5.5 m is HUGE up close!!!
Hit the road again and got to van park in Darwin. Unhitched and went in to the "Mindil Beach ...
... Falls. There is a cafe here so we stopped for ice creams. I had a nice coffee instead. It was pretty good. We then walked down to the falls. It was again really beautiful with a big waterhole down the bottom and 'safe' enough for swimming. But first we decided to go do the tree top walk which was a 400 metre steep walk up to the tree top look out. On our way, we stopped by a platform over the water. Here There was a small Goanna by ...
We awake to a slightly overcast day which soon became warm and sunny.
Mum had a good sleep in and after a fairly slow start to the day we set off to have a bit of a look around. We followed the waterfront for a while before heading in to Darwin proper and down into the waterfront precinct. By now it was a glorious bright springlike day so we went to Stokes Hill Wharf for morning tea/lunch. We sat there at one of the tables for ...