Palms Motel

Address: 100 McMinn Street, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0800, Australia | Motel
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This motel, located on 100 McMinn Street, Darwin, is near Mindil Beach, Darwin Wharf Precinct, Aquascene, and Darwin Botanic Gardens.
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Travel Blogs from Darwin

The Top End

A travel blog entry by keeleymclaren on Oct 06, 2014

... scenic gardens overlooking the beach. It was scattered with groups of aboriginals but It was perfect for runs and I ended up there early most mornings doing some combination of running, skipping and bodyweight exercises. A lot of other people were out as well doing runs which was good to see. When I wasn't doing anything else I ended up in the hostels pool either swimming, sunbathing on a lilo or playing ball games if others happened to be in there as well.
I ...

Day - 32 Darwin (day 10)

A travel blog entry by suzntez on Sep 04, 2014

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... pull in to Adelaide River for drinks and icy poles then get back on the road. We make it to Pine Creek and decide to stop here for lunch. It's salads and ham sandwiches in the van. After about an hour we're on the road again and making our way to Katherine. We have decided that this is as far as we will travel today. After a stop to refuel, were on our way to a free camp 34 kms north of Katherine. We don't like the look ...

Happy Anniversary - Vive la France!

A travel blog entry by dalhousie on Aug 29, 2014

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... This tour was described as an "eco" tour, apparently that meant we had to slow down for Wallabies crossing the road rather than running them over like everyone else. We stopped at an interpretive centre built by the government and turned over to the indigenous peoples to manage. It provided an insight into the wetlands and the wildlife therein contained. It is amazing to think that much of this land is three feet under water at ...


A travel blog entry by cmoztravel on Aug 27, 2014

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... and really coming into its own. We always carry water with us wherever we go, but it's sooo nice when we get back to the car from somewhere to have an icy cold drink waiting, because it doesn't take long for the water we carry with us to warm up.

Thursday. 28th August
The car needed a service, so we booked that in for this morning and then walked down to Aquascene, a fish feeding experience, held at high tide. Lots of fun, with swarms of fish ...

All the way up north....

A travel blog entry by markandshirley on Aug 25, 2014

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... that. There was some live music entertainment and a lot of people enjoying a beer. A nice way to wind down. .

Now we are feeling pretty exhausted after a few days covering a lot of kilometres as well as the Mexican fajitas for dinner. Time for an early night.

To be continued....

Na onze avondturen in de outback zijn we vandaag eventjes terug in de bewoonde wereld, ...