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Best Photos near Darwin, Australia - Incl. Beach 4, Uluru 3, View Kakadu 4, Beauty Of Darwin

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Uploaded on Oct 25, 2011

http://tripwow.tripadvisor.com/tripwo... The best pictures of Darwin taken by travel bloggers at TravelPod.com the web's premier travel blogging platform. Slideshow created at TripWow.com by TripAdvisor™.

Top Pics of Darwin

- "Sunset at Mindle Beach 1" by Fdaussie from a blog titled "Darwin, AUS"
Excerpt: "I wanted to do something different with this trip to Australia, so we decided to explore the "top end" of Australia. Auntie Laurel, my mother, Anthea and I (both moms and both daughters) caught the red-eye flight from Sydney to Darwin. We arrived at about 4am, and just crashed in our hotel. The next morning, we got up nice and early to go to the wharf and feed the fish. There were thousands of fish waiting for their feed of bread from the tourists. It was pretty cool, although I expected they would be brighty colored tropical fish, and they were the opposite; big grey ugly fish, but a cool experience none the less. I guess this is a good time to talk about how hot and humid it is in Darwin, and the whole "Top End", is was 100 degrees and above the entire time, and so sticky humid. YUCK! After feeding the fishies, we rented a car that we would use for the next 6 days. We then headed off to explore what Darwin had to offer and ended up taking a ferry boat across to a nearby island. There" ...

- "Uluru 3" by Melmax from a blog titled "Driving across the Australian desert"
Excerpt: "Before heading into the desert, we decided to enjoy a bit more warm wheather and some waves so we headed to the Yorke Peninsula, specifically to the Innes National Park, famous for his world-class waves. It is a beautiful park with amazing beaches that are absolutely desert during the week. Waves were also pretty impressive and a couple of times Massimo has "chickened-out" because of the dimension and the fact that nobody else other than Melanie was there to rescue him, in case (and Melanie is not known to be the best swimmer...and Massimo wasn't sure she would have chosen him or the shark...). We then started our 1500 Km journey into the desert. We stopped almost immmediately in Port Pirie to gather water and food as if we were going to war at the beginning of the century: everybody told us that crossing the desert could be dangerous so the Swiss German side of Melanie pushed to make sure we were well equipped! It took us three nights to do the trip, even because we took our time, but" ...

- "View Kakadu 4" by Melmax from a blog titled "Driving across the Australian desert"

- "Beach 4" by Melmax from a blog titled "Driving across the Australian desert"

- "Beauty of Darwin" by Fdaussie from a blog titled "Darwin, AUS"

- "Kings Canyon" by Melmax from a blog titled "Driving across the Australian desert"

- "Beach 2" by Melmax from a blog titled "Driving across the Australian desert"


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