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, Darwin Botanic Gardens, and Aquascene.
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Travel Blogs from Darwin

East to West

A travel blog entry by haaries on Oct 12, 2015

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... Camp is a huge area of land leased from the NT Government by the Borroloola Fishing Club. NT Fishing Clubs as far afield as Tennant Creek and the Darwin Clubs have reserved property at the camp for their members. Speaking with a Darwin Flyrodder he was catching great Barra at an Island some 38km towards the Gulf, so fish were certainly available. It is a spot that would be great with a reasonable boat (to cover the distances) and some local knowledge, that can be bought with a ...

Weeks 3 & 4 in Darwin

A travel blog entry by brettnfaye on Sep 18, 2015

... Kira & Kye are staying in their camper and we have the kids with us in a cabin. So technically we are Glamping & Gramping all at once lol SATURDAY THE 19th SEPTEMBER - The Soesman family are in for a big surprise today!! Unka & Aunty Kahlee flew in to Darwin late last night and are on their way out to Mary River to Glamp with us all!!! I'm not sure who is going to be more excited Kira or Asha ...

Corroboree Billabong, Wetlands and Fog Dam

A travel blog entry by juliebankier on Sep 06, 2015

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... life then, hopefully see this when I come back after the wet season. We saw plenty of birds and quite a few crocs but didn't see any buffalo except for a dead one that the crocs had devoured. We saw some magnificent Eagles and also an Eagles nest with the baby out of the nest but I couldn't get a photo as it was too far away, the nests are hugh. After the cruise on the billabong and another beautiful NT sunset the bus took us back to Corroboree Tavern where we met ...

Broome to Darwin

A travel blog entry by tony_eraine on Sep 02, 2015

1 comment, 72 photos

... temperature was hot at 36 degrees. We had afternoon swims and relaxation around the pool, followed by the evening ritual from 4.30ish, of sitting beside the Lily Lagoon with drinks and nibbles, watching the stunning sunset and the birds. We would wait for the resident large freshy to slide by and at dusk watch the thousands of bats approach in a cloud, pass overhead and peel off as they found their trees in the park and beyond. We would walk the few steps to the water’s edge ...

Two fella creek, cox peninsula

A travel blog entry by marie.channer on Aug 22, 2015

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We eventually managed to find the beach and saw some people camping so asked them if it was ok to stay (ie not aboriginal land) and about the crocs. They said the land didn't belong to anyone so it was fine to camp and although there are crocodiles in the sea, it should be ok just don't camp on the beach.

Not wanting to encroach on their space, we drove up the track for a while and then we came across a load of SAND! We quickly learnt that Ellie doesn't like ...