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Success English Hub Darwin

Study with the best PTE, NAATI and IELTS training institute in Darwin, Northern Territory and fulfil your dream of Permanent Residency in Australia. Success

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Flea markets operating around Darwin to buy,sell or swap your stuff

Flea markets are always a popular place to visit and great places to unload all that stuff you don't need anymore.

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DARWIN LINE DANCING

Come and join line dancing and have fun! You don’t need a partner, but if you have a partner you can both enjoy line dancing, one thing is you get to

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Darwin Boat Ramps

Several Darwin boat ramps are provided for public use and are popular places for fishermen and for others just enjoying the fresh sea breezes or fishing from the shore.

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Northern Territory Ballroom Dancing Association

NTBDA aims to promote Ballroom Dancing for all in the Northern Territory. Ballroom dancing covers a number of styles such as Modern, Old Time, Latin and

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Toyota Camry Altise 2007

Mileage 190,000 Km's. 5 speed automatic. Reliable and runs well. Located on Cattle Station in Rakula NT. PRICE $4999. For more details please phone KIRSTY

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No Lights No Lycra 10th Birthday

Free-form dance movement No Lights No Lycra turns 10 this month and to celebrate, we invite you to let loose your signature moves at the No Lights No Lycra

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Darwin City History

The Darwin City History time line is short and dramatic and includes the Overland Telegraph, gold, crocodiles, world war bombings, uranium, cyclone Tracy and a population of hardy pioneers.

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Darwin Art Trail

The Darwin Art Trail is organised by local artists who have opened their Galleries to the public on the third Sunday in May, July, August, September and October each year

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Darwin Museums

Visiting the Darwin Museums, memorials of WW11, a B52 bomber and historical displays of Cyclone Tracy is an interesting journey into the history of Australia

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Common Darwin Birds

Darwin birds such as Brahminy Kites, Black Kites, White Sea Eagles are often seen circling above the suburbs , beaches and creeks, even if they are difficult to photograph.

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Darwin City Beach

The Darwin City Beach is free to visit, safe, and only a five minute walk from the Smith Street Mall via the new walkway and glass lifts.

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Casuarina Free Beach

Casuarina Free Beach is a 500n long section of Casuarina Beach between the main beach area and Sandy Creek where clothes are optional.

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Darwin 2019 Calendar of Festivals and Events

The Darwin 2019 Calendar of sports, festivals, markets, open days and just about anything else that is happening around Darwin this year.

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Purple Plastic Maori

What do you do when you don't want to be Maori or gay? You turn it into a cabaret of course! When: Sat 06 Jul 2019 | 7:30pm, Sun 07 Jul 2019 | 6:45pm

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