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We are here to promote Ballroom Dancing for all in the Northern Territory. Ballroom dancing covers a number of styles such as Modern, Old Time, Latin
At Fish The Top End we work with the best of Northern Territory fishing guides and fishing charter operators. Because of this we are ideally situated
Rock & Roll- with Mike Weekly Tuesday night dances at Darwin Golf Club Rock & Roll, Progressives and Ballroom Dancing Proposed Program follows; 7.00pm
The Tiwi Islands are famous for Australian Rules football and Aboriginal Art. Melville Island and Bathurst Island just north of Darwin have three Art Centres and seven football teams.
SeaLink ferries to the Tiwi Islands depart every Thursday and Friday (Apr - mid December) with additional peak dry season Monday departures in June, July
Escape Darwin for the day and set out cruising the coastline on a relaxing, leisurely cruise to Crab Claw Island Resort. This full day cruise departs
Do you enjoy Ballroom - New Vogue Sequence Dancing ? - Come along and join us every Friday morning. Meet this friendly group and dance your favorite
Northern Territory's only provider of comprehensive instruction in Scottish Country Dancing since 1985. Men's Highland and Ladies Steps are taught
Wangi Falls is a popular picnic and swimming destination with good facilities and spectacular bush walks.
National Hearing Care offers a range of services to look after all your hearing needs, from diagnosing hearing difficulties, to fitting, servicing and
The Darwin 2018 Calendar of sports, festivals, markets, open days and just about anything else that is happening around Darwin this year.
With New Year just around the corner we thought we would let you know what Six Tanks have planned.............Superheroes and Villans. Its up to you which
Add your event to the Darwin 2018 calendar here, whether it's fund raising, a fishing competition, a floral show or a fridge festival, there's room for everyone.
Common garden birds photographed in suburban Darwin including doves, finches, fig birds, honey eaters and lorrikeets.
I was I Darwin in 1965 ...memories ; No TV .... only entertainment was the local nurses at the hospital Police on horses charging down the main road
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