Luma Luma Holiday Apartments Hotel

Address: Corner of Woods Street & Knuckey Streets, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0800, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Corner of Woods Street & Knuckey Streets, Darwin, is near Mindil Beach, Darwin Wharf Precinct, Aquascene, and Darwin Botanic Gardens.
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    Exploring Darwin

    A travel blog entry by tamm0007 on Aug 04, 2015

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    This morning we did not rush out, we didn't leave the park until around 10am and headed into town. We first went to the Bicentennial Park and walked along the walk way for a short time. We stopped first at the lookout over the harbour, the. Wandered down to the Memorial for the Peary which was sunk during WWII. I couldn't be bothered going any further and we headed into the city parking in Mitchell Street. We wanted to ...

    Darwin a nice surprise.

    A travel blog entry by eric.burns on Jul 25, 2015

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    ... however it did not have great exposure to farming life other than some Brahman Cattle, poultry and goats. Plenty of stalls and side shows and rides for the kids. Noticed some of the better rides were charging $15.00 dollars a time and we thought it used to be expensive to take the kids to the Newcastle Show.
    Friday we move on to Kakadu however we leave Darwin having enjoyed a good week in a modern city that has a lot to offer.


    Darwin Oil Tunnels

    A travel blog entry by ray.windmill on Jul 22, 2015

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    ... it was hot and humid in the tunnels, and we were just strolling thru them, not doing hard labour like they were. They had all sorts of problems with leaks, and flooding during the wet so they were never really used as intended. They are now a major tourist attraction with a lot of interpretive displays telling the story of the bombing raids on Darwin, the building of the tunnels, and the development of Darwin during the war as a major allied base to defend northern Australia and ...

    Darwin in a flash

    A travel blog entry by 14rankin on Jul 20, 2015

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    ... the market. The market was alive with different food stalls representing various cultures in culinary delights. Our choice was our staple and much loved Indonesian Satay, cooked over coals and fanned. We all enjoyed the food with the Mindil beach sunset afterglow and the first stars coming into view over. Simple things are hard to beat!


    Here we go ...

    A travel blog entry by lesley.forbes on Jul 17, 2015

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    ... choppy, Grant told us he would stay close to the shore, taking a longer route than usual to make the open sea. The evening saw us all gathered on the upper deck for sunset drinks, courtesy of the Ship's Captain. It was a good opportunity to meet as many of the 46 on board as possible. It was apparent from the start that the company we had were a well educated bunch from a wide variety of occupations, now mostly retired.