Parap Village Apartments

Address: 39 - 45 Parap Road, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0812, Australia | Villa
 
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This villa, located on 39 - 45 Parap Road, Darwin, is near Mindil Beach Markets, Cape Adieu Cruises, Devil's Marbles Conservation Reserve, and East Point Military Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Darwin

    Sunsets, waterfalls and crocodiles.

    A travel blog entry by mattglass1983 on Jul 12, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... Matt, biting his dried blood cuts from the night before's back planking. He was the only one that seemed to get bit, so he got out. Siri and I swam over to the waterfall, breathtaking, but literally it took our breath away from the force of the water.

    A few stop offs at the lost city, termite mounds and a tricky 40 minute hike in flip flops to Tjaetaba falls.
    Grabbed some munchies and we headed back to Darwin for a well needed rest!

    Cheriton and Matt
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    The Top End-Darwin

    A travel blog entry by kft on Jul 01, 2015

    48 photos

    ... on to Daly Waters Pub for a beef and barra meal and some of the delicious salads they have on offer. Happy hour at 5pm and half price pots($3.60) meant a few coldies were in order. I note that the campground now has 6 additional en-suite bathrooms for use and they are very nice to use but an exhaust fan would help keep them from turning into a sauna.
    Next morning we head back to the servo on the highway for a fuel top up($1.54 from memory) and one ...

    Nungalinya College

    A travel blog entry by dhearley on Jul 01, 2015

    5 photos

    ... will be.bsee a photo of a frangipani tree and tell me when you last saw one that size. A road train sprayed stones in our direction en route to Katherine, chipping the windscreen. We had to get that repaired this morning before departing. Today we drove straight through to Darwin where the staff of Nungalinya college, an Aboriginal bible college, have allowed us to camp. It is a student break so we have a lot of space and a good base for seeing folk in Darwin. Lyla Wills, ...

    Darwin

    A travel blog entry by lynnstephenbell on Jun 10, 2015

    10 photos

    ... in WW11. We joined the free guided tour of the building, which also houses the NT library which has the most comprehensive range of historical contemporary NT documentary material in the world. Babs, our tour guide, was very informative, with a slightly wicked sense of humor, which made for a very interesting tour. Refreshments in the Parliament House Coffee shop, where we sat in the gardens looking over the Francis bay and Darwin Harbour, we then continued on ...

    Darwin - The Top End

    A travel blog entry by den-jen on Jun 08, 2015

    12 photos

    ... from the USA, it saw combat duty in Vietnam. The bomber takes up almost the full length, breath and height of the hanger. Under the wings of bomber are all sorts of aircraft including a Spit Fire, even the F111 looked small. There was wreckage of a Japanese plain shot down in the Battle of Darwin in 1942.
    31.5.2015 : There has been considerable development around the Darwin foreshore since we were here in 2004. We visited the Darwin ...