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City living at Larrakeyah Point - Penthouse
By Dean Harrison

Larrakeyah Point – Penthouse is ideal for an executive stay or holiday accommodation. Situated on the edge of Darwin city, with sea and golf course views, it provides a relaxing atmosphere for both workers and holiday-makers. It has easy access to the city – either by walking, private car, bus or taxi. For those who love a casino, it’s just five minute’s walk to take advantage of restaurants, gambling facilities and a great atmosphere. Mitchell Street is the hub for Darwin’s nightlife, and is easily accessible from Larrakeyah Point – Penthouse. There is an abundance of restaurants, pubs, clubs and cafes down this strip, as well as a cinema – something for everyone! For those wanting a quieter and more soothing outing, head straight down the... Read more

Larrakeyah Point - Penthouse
By Dean Harrison

Larrakeyah Point – Penthouse is a dream-come-true. It is fully-equipped with everything that guests could want – fluffy Sheridan towels, classy linen, all cooking equipment and entertainment systems. It’s guaranteed to please – the owners had a temporary live-in to test it out, making sure it lacked nothing! When you stay, extras include items you might need, but forgot to bring/buy – tissues, body wash, shampoo/conditioner, first-aid kit, torch, detergent, washing powder ... Gaining access to Larrakeyah Point – Penthouse is hassle-free. The owners post keys to you prior to your arrival, so you are free to arrive anytime night or day. You’ll notice on your arrival that the owners have the air-conditioning running, and you can walk into a perfect... Read more

Endless Summer Party Cruise
By ATDW Database

Contact: 8941 2434 or sales@esummer.com.au
Come and party with the super heroes and meet new friends on an Endless Summer Party Cruise. They offer a great night of fun and loads of entertainment, so grab your party hat and shoes and celebrate your next birthday, Christmas party or if you’re on your own, hop on board just for fun.. www.esummer.com.au Read more

Darwin Barra Base Fishing Safaris
By ATDW Database

Contact: 8945 0376 or bealesbedfish@aapt.net.au
Darwin Barra Base offers complete Top End barramundi and bluewater fishing tours. With three custom built barra and bluewater fishing boats you will certainly experience the thrill of fishing for Australia’s premier sportsfish, the barramundi, along with targeting a large variety of hard fighting bluewater reef fish including jewfish, snapper, coral trout, red emperor and the pelagic fish species such as Spanish mackerel, queen fish and the giant trevally.To seek out the barra, clients will be taken to some of the best fishing spots in the river systems, billabongs and lagoons of the Mary, Adelaide, Finniss, Howard and Elizabeth rivers. Clients also fish some of the Territory’s most remote locations including the Vernon Islands, Dundee Beach and Bynoe Harbour.The operators know the region ... Read more

Darwin Corporate Limousine Services
By ATDW Database

Contact: 8985 2755 or info@darwinlimos.com.au
Darwin Corporate Limousine Services conduct all their tours in a late model luxury sedan. All tours include your own personal guide, chilled bottled water and iced refresher towels. Tours range from two hours to a full day of touring, visiting places such as Litchfield National Park, the Adelaide River War Cemetery and the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. Tailor made itineraries can be arranged upon request.

Wether you’re in Darwin for business or pleasure, Darwin Corpora... Read more

Darwin Bluewater Charters
By ATDW Database

Contact: mal@darwinbluewater.com.au
Darwin Bluewater Charters is a licensed fishing tour operator, offering tailored remote barramundi and bluewater fishing expeditions for small groups around the pristine tropical coastal waters of the Top End. Professional guides with local knowledge, and over 25 years experience, will take you to some of the best and most active rivers and offshore locations to get you amongst the fishing action. You’ll target such species as coral trout, barramundi, jewfish, giant trevally, Spanish mackerel and golden snapper, you may even spot dolphins, turtles or even a crocodile.Stay aboard a 56 foot mothership, the MV Hyland C, with comfortable airconditioned rooms, a spacious saloon with television, stereo and DVD and a fully equipped galley. Apart from expeditions leaving from Darwin, they can also... Read more

Crab Claw Island Resort
By ATDW Database

Contact: 8978 2313 or info@crabclawisland.com.au
Enjoy fishing or simply spend time discovering Bynoe Harbour near Crab Claw Island Resort, by hiring a four metre Stressel Edge Track dinghy with a 20 horse power Mariner outboard.

All boats are equipped with safety equipment and a sun canopy, and suitable for carrying up to four people. Boats are available for full day or half day hire.. www.crabclawisland.com.au Read more

Boomerang Campers
By ATDW Database

Contact: 6278 4128 or info@boomerangcampers.com
Driving holidays are a great way to explore the Northern Territory and Boomerang Campers offers a wide range of camper vans, motorhomes and four-wheel drives to suit your needs. The vehicles are carefully maintained and are well equipped for the outb... Read more

Willis's Walkabouts
By ATDW Database

Contact: 8985 2134 or walkabout@bushwalkingholidays.com.au
Willis's Walkabouts is one of a couple tour operators offering a set schedule of bushwalking trips, where you can walk into the wilderness and camp away from campgrounds and vehicles in Kakadu National Park.

Willis's Walkabouts also offer charters for groups of four or more. Treks last two to three weeks, but many walks are broken into sections which can be done on their own. Single sections last from three to 11 days and almost all walking is done off trail.. www.bushwalkingholidays.com.au Read more

Darwin
By Kylie Jane Degeling

Darwin If Charles Darwin were alive today, there’s no doubt he’d approve of the city named after him in Australia’s Northern Territory. This coastal city is the very definition of survival of the fittest, having survived a horrific cyclone in 1974 and a ferocious attack by 183 Japanese warplanes during World War II. Each time, the people of Darwin proved their strength by dusting themselves off and rebuilding. The result today is a strong, modern city with a rich history, unique character, and plenty to see and do. Local amusement: Most major cities have special attractions that tourists flock to see, and Darwin has plenty of them nearby, including such wonders as Kakadu National Park (http://www.takeabreak.com.au/KakaduMaryRiver/TopEndDarwin/accomodation.htm ), K... Read more

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