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

Darwin is Darwin

A travel blog entry by globetrottintan on Dec 01, 2014

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... presentations which are really insightful and I as a adult thoroughly enjoyed them. You also have the opportunity to hold reptiles and a baby crocodile. If your daring enough you can pay a bit extra and do the cage of death experience with the larger croc. You are placed in a cyclinder plastic cage which is lowered into the water and the large croc swims around.

There are many other war time related sights which didnt interest me as much. The sights ...

Day 72. Jumping croc cruise & Litchfield

A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Nov 08, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... Litchfield for lunch. Salad wraps for lunch again, but no flies.

To Florence Falls. 134 steps down to the large waterfall with massive plunge pool. It was the weekend so there were plenty of people joining us for a cool off. The water was pretty clear, I was able to spot some of the big fish below. It was so refreshing!

Back to the bus for a trip to Buley Pools aka champagne pools. It was basically a small river that tipped into one pool, down to another ...

Territorial Wildlife Park in Leitchfield National

A travel blog entry by sylviacourteau on Oct 30, 2014

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... Territory. No kangaroos or koalas here, but saw a wallaby - looks like a small kangaroo. There was a nocturnal house and an outdoor aviary that did not confine the birds; dingoes of course. Lots of termite mounds in fields and open areas along the way. Took photo after photo from coach window and got lucky. Darwin was 90% destroyed by Cyclone Tracy in 1974. Had to evacuate population & rebuild. Attacked by Japanese during WW2. Americans had a large naval base ...

Days 34 to infinity - ...and in conclusion

A travel blog entry by spydah on Oct 05, 2014


... setting overlooking the Sea of Galilee. To all those people here in Australia who thought we were crazy to go to Israel at this time (and that's pretty well everybody), I'm pleased to say that the reality was totally different from the perception. When you're there, Israel feels every bit as safe, relaxed and secure as Australia does. Behind the scenes, there may be a lot of security measures which we were unaware of, but in everyday life things appear just ...


A travel blog entry by aitkenadventure on Oct 01, 2014

1 comment, 24 photos

... 8217;s worst recorded natural disaster. It is very eerie to enter the sound room which is in complete darkness with only the sounds of the cyclone all around you. There is also an exhibit featuring Sweetheart – the Top End’s most famous croc which is over 5 metres long and quite scary when you stand beside it to see just how big these prehistoric predators get!

We also went for a stroll along Stoker’s Wharf which has ...