Suburban Street, Darwin, NT (undisclosed location)

Day 133 – 29th June 2011
Suburban Street, Darwin, NT (undisclosed location)

This morning we caught up with Steven and Yvonne (rellies from Nele’s host family living in Darwin) for coffee at the Casuarina Shopping Centre. After lunch we visited Burnett House (a good example of early tropical architecture built in the late 1930’s), Cullen Bay Marina, Fannie Bay Goal (the goal operated from 1883 to 1979 and contains the gallows used for the last execution held in the Territory in 1952) and the Museum and Art Gallery of the NT featuring Aboriginal Art, a fascinating Cyclone Tracy exhibit and Sweetheart, the Top End’s most famous croc. For dinner we met up with Amy, a friend of Andrew, at the Stokes Hill Wharf.

Burnett House

Ah, Andrew's being eaten by a crocodile

Cullen Bay Marina

Fannie Bay Goal

Gallows at Fannie Bay Goal

Fannie Bay Goal

Cyclone Tracy Exhibit

Doesn't Sweetheart look so cute???

Stokes Hill Wharf by night

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