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    When you travel in Australia...

    by Alphons Updated Jul 4, 2004

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    When you travel in Australia with a car or a motorhome you must think abouth that you have enough petrol, there are not a lot of petrol station in the outback.
    Do i see here one??????????

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    Wanadjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre

    by stedeb Written May 13, 2004

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    The design of the buidling represents a pig-nosed turtle. Lots of information about Aboriginal culture around Kakadu. Open daily 9-5pm

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    Kakadu Art

    by stedeb Written May 8, 2004

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    The art work tells the stories of the traditional owners of Kakadu. It is fenced off and not to be touched, it is an art gallery.

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    Casuarina Coastal Reserve - pathway

    by 1+1 Written Jan 9, 2004

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    Another section of the reserve pathway. Although deserted when this photo was taken, during peak periods it can be carrying a lot of traffic - pedestrians, bicyclers, skaters.

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    Casuarina Coastal Reserve - Mangrove Hibiscus

    by 1+1 Written Jan 9, 2004

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    All along the coastline (and much of the north coast) you'll see lots of mangrove Hibiscus, sometimes forming dense thickets.

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    Casuarina Coastal Reserve - pathway

    by 1+1 Written Jan 9, 2004

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    The pathway follows the coastline from Casuarina Beach across Rapid Creek and right through Nightcliff. Most of the Nightcliff end is through landscaped parkland which is also popular for outings.

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    Town Hall ruins

    by 1+1 Written Nov 27, 2003

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    For a relatively new town the old town hall went through quite a lot - war, cyclones in particular. Now the remains are slowly being swallowed up in a Strangler Fig's crushing grip.

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    Gun emplacement

    by 1+1 Written Nov 27, 2003

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    Now standing silently, this large structure previously housed huge guns facing an expected invasion from across the sea.

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    Wired Lizard

    by 1+1 Written Nov 27, 2003

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    The mall in Darwin is is mainly geared to tourists. Which is perhaps what prompted the Council to set up a series of wire sculptures. The Frilled-neck Lizard is a great tourist attraction in itself.

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    Vic Hotel

    by 1+1 Written Nov 27, 2003

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    The Vic Hotel in the Mall is a historic part of Darwin and has seen many changes. It always was and still is a favourite 'watering hole'.

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    WW2 OIL STORAGE.

    by a5floor Updated Sep 7, 2002

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    In the 2nd World War the Japanese attacked Australia. Darwin used to be the defending line.
    During the 2nd World War they store oil for the people of Australia.

    WW2 OIL STORAGE. WW2 OIL STORAGE. WW2 OIL STORAGE.
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