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, East Point Military Museum, Devil's Marbles Conservation Reserve, and Cape Adieu Cruises.
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      Travel Blogs from Darwin

      Darwin

      A travel blog entry by emmaandcraig on Apr 01, 2015

      28 photos

      ... iguanas, skinks, a dawrf crocodile, turtles and frogs. We slowly made our way around the enclourse just in time for our first presentation 'Meet the Reptiles' - where Emma put a friendly python around her neck.

      We slowly plodded around awaiting the next show and come across the movie star 'Burt' - a saltie who has appeared in a number of films and documentaries including Crocodile Dundee. However, he doesn't seem to enjoy people, other crocodiles ...

      The Great Australian Blur

      A travel blog entry by 0wley on Mar 03, 2015

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... since Sydney I’ve been having a great time, but, some other passengers really don’t like that. The karaoke incident is a tip of the iceberg, I had one lady approach me a few days back, point her finger at me and said “what are YOU doing here?”, while I stood agast she then followed up with “how can YOU afford this?” – what. the. hell?! I quickly made reference to why I’m here and they suddenly pipe down, I wish some people ...

      Darwin, Australia

      A travel blog entry by sally2015 on Mar 02, 2015

      4 photos

      ... over 6 metres!!! Ironically they can't live for very long in saltwater and therefore actually live mainly in fresh water. When the crew spot one they slow the engine right down and hang raw meat on a long pole over the side of the upper deck, lifting it when the crocodile gets close and goes to snatch it, eventually they literally leap out of the water and earn their treat!! We also saw lots of other wildlife on the river and afterwards in ...

      Darwin is Darwin

      A travel blog entry by globetrottintan on Dec 01, 2014

      5 photos

      ... recommend apart from Litchfield Park are the the Botanical gardens and the Museum and art gallery which had a bit of everything in it.

      If you want to see a lot of aboriginal people then this is the place to be as I saw lots more here than anywhere else in Australia. Its just a shame that the ones I did see were living life tough and sleeping on the streets and were quite hostile towards one another.

      Happy reading, traveling and exploring x

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      Why did you stay in Darwin for ten days?

      A travel blog entry by louise_rich on Nov 26, 2014

      ... a workstay organisation called WorkAway.

      What is WorkAway?
      Put simply, in exchange for your help and services you are provided with free accommodation and meals. For about 4 or 5 hours of work, 5 days a week you are given an opportunity to learn about the local lifestyle by staying with a host in a range of different situations and surroundings. WorkAway aims to give volunteers the opportunity to contribute to a cause and ...