Enjoy Darwin Blog

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Darwin Art Galleries

The diverse cultural strength of the Top End of Australia is reflected in the Darwin Art Galleries and their displays of Aboriginal Art, Asian Art, fine art prints and crafts.

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Rock & Roll

Rock & Roll- with Mike Weekly Tuesday night dances at Darwin Golf Club Rock & Roll, Progressives and Ballroom Dancing Proposed Program follows; 7.00pm

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Government House Open Days

GOVERNMENT HOUSE DARWIN OPEN DAY Saturday 2 September 2017 10am – 2.00pm His Honour, the Honourable John Hardy OAM, Administrator of the Northern Territory,

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Darwin 2017 Calendar

The Darwin 2017 Calendar of sports, festivals, markets, open days and just about anything else that is happening around Darwin this year.

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2017 DAAFF Film Gala

In its eleventh year this August, the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair, Australia’s premier Indigenous art, film and cultural event presents the 2017 DAAFF Film

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Grace Gawler Seminar - The answer to cancer is inside you

Join Australia’s most experienced Cancer Navigator 42 years helping patients to safely navigate the complex cancer maze. Grace Gawler - Darwin Seminar

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Coolalinga, a growing Darwin region

Coolalinga is a growing centre for the Outer Darwin Rural area. Modern shopping and banking facilities service Howard Springs, Humptdy Doo and Fred's Pass near the Stuart and Arnhem Highway junction.

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Bryony Carter

Hi there! I am a female vocalist, recently moved to Darwin, looking to join a working band or duo, (or artists that are interested in starting a duo).

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Palmerston Markets

The Palmerston Markets are held on Friday evenings during the dry season from April to September with live entertainment, buskers, food and craft stalls opening around 6pm.

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Australian Crocodiles.

Esturine Crocodiles and the smaller, freshwater Johnstons crocodile are both native to Australia and found in large areas of northern Australia.

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Casuarina Beach

Casuarina Beach is one of the most popular in Darwin, extending from Rapid Creek through Casuarina to Lee Point.

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Lameroo Beach 1973

My mate & I hitchhiked to Darwin mid 1973 and found THE place to stay was Lameroo Beach. Camping was free (tho not according to the town council!), the

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Did Peter steal a yacht?

I lived and worked in Darwin - George Cres Fanny Bay and Henry St Stuart Park and at Jabiru when it was just a mining camp - 1973-74. I met a man called

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Nightcliff Markets - Art, Craft and Music

On Sunday morning the Nightcliff Markets provide an entertaining venue for a stroll among local art and craft stalls, with fresh cooking, coffee and music .

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Scottish Country Dancing

Country Dancing for beginners: A new 12-week course in Scottish Country dancing starts on Saturday, August 12, from 2 to 4 pm at Malak Community hall.

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