Rydges Darwin Airport Resort

1 Henry Wrigley Dr, Marrara, Northern Territory, 0812, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1 Henry Wrigley Dr, Marrara, is near Australian Aviation Heritage Centre, Mindil Beach Markets, East Point Military Museum, and Devil's Marbles Conservation Reserve.
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    Travel Blogs from Marrara

    Swim little fishy swim if you can & he swam...

    A travel blog entry by chickenlips007 on Aug 16, 2014

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... now (twice I asked him for something and he told me it would cost me $20 and $10) hahaha gee some people are funny. Nice people would recommend them to anyone so if you come up this way you need to go out with Equoix fishing charters and if you stay at Berry Springs caravan resort (no resort I can tell you) tell Judy that I sent ya (she’ll run like buggery). The other night at the park I was chatting away to some neighbours behind us as we stood and inspected the park pond. It ...

    Day 16 Wangi Falls - Darwin

    A travel blog entry by mortononthemove on Aug 08, 2014

    4 photos

    Had decided to stay another night or 2 in the
    national park but when we woke we realised there was a problem with our
    batteries and they were very low. The fridge was the only thing being
    charged and no lights or any other 12v would work. So we reluctantly decided to
    head for Darwin.

    As we headed out we stopped as some exceptionally large
    termite mounds and took some photos.


    Mud Crab day

    A travel blog entry by 60winterwarmer on Jul 29, 2014

    4 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Fake fake darwin

    A travel blog entry by gilligun89 on Jun 30, 2014

    49 photos

    ... br> but then so does saying goodbye. Hopes of meeting up in the future are always
    passed on; I guess it make the idea of never seeing each other again a softer
    thought. Still no matter how long you’ve been doing it, no matter how many
    times you say goodbye, to those who become good friends with who you share
    moments with, it never becomes easier.

    A night on the tiles is once again apparent, the tour group
    finishes its final day in Katherine, after which ...