This is my favourite place in Darwin. The Frangipani trees send dappled shade across the pavers and the umbrellas and sails shade the takeaway tables. The passageway into the courtyard tells a fascinating story about the old Star cinema, a classic open air picture theatre which operated from 1929. There’s even an old film projector … Read moreShopping in the Star Arcade
It’s Sunday and Rapid Creek Markets are open from 6.30am-1.30pm. This is a little slice of Asia in the middle of the suburbs. Sample Asian veggies straight from the growers, try a Laksa for breakfast or a fresh fruit, juiced just for you. Close your eyes and you could be in KL. So take an early Sunday … Read moreSunday Market, Rapid Creek & Nightcliff
The sky is a muddled collection of grey and black with white bulbous clouds hovering in the distance. At the top end of East Point there’s a shelter and a picnic table overlooking the bay across to the northern suburbs. Ken and I are having a sunset picnic. It’s windy and beautifully cool. The sun is … Read moreParap Fine Foods & East Point Picnic
Welcome to Darwin in the Wet. My blog site is created to share with you all there is to do and see in Darwin, during the Wet season. The wet season which includes The Build up runs from November to the end of April.