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Brown's Mart, Darwin
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Brown's Mart, Darwin
Browns Mart was an Administrators building, designed by JG Knight and constructed in 1885 for VL Solomon and became known as Solomon’s Emporium.
Roadmaster's House
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Roadmaster's House
The building now known as the Stella Maris Hostel was originally constructed by the North Australian Railway to provide staff accommodation.
Commonwealth Bank Building, Darwin.
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Commonwealth Bank Building, Darwin.
The site consists of the historic bank building on the corner of Smith and Bennett Streets, comprising a two storey reinforced concrete banking chamber.
Christ Church Cathedral Precinct
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Christ Church Cathedral Precinct
This precinct consists of the 1977 Christ Church Cathedral, the adjacent Cyclone Tracy ruins of the original church (1902), and the memorial gate.
Commercial Bank
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Commercial Bank
Built for the Town and Country Bank in 1884, it was possibly the first building built of stone by private enterprise. In 1887 the building
Miners Park
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Miners Park
The old railway station is considered under the Railway Precinct data sheet. Miners park is located at the northern end of town adjacent to the
Reserve Bank
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Reserve Bank
The present building is a two-storey, flat roofed building characterised by the light and dark contrast of white quartz exposed aggregate and bronze anodised aluminium
Administrator's Offices and Cell Block
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Administrator's Offices and Cell Block
The Administrator's offices were formerly the police station, cell block and court house. Inspection from outside only.
Darwin Cenotaph War Memorial
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Darwin Cenotaph War Memorial
The Darwin Cenotaph commemorates Australian men and women who have served in conflicts in which Australia has been involved. The memorial was originally erected outside
Northern Territory Library
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Northern Territory Library
Access the Northern Territory's contemporary and pioneering history in the relaxed surrounds of Parliament House, site of the old Telegraph Station.
Northern Territory Parliament House
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Northern Territory Parliament House
Take a self-guided tour of the newest parliament buildings in Australia, with the architectural and design elements that reflect Northern Territory life.
Remnant No 6 Oil Tank Wall
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Remnant No 6 Oil Tank Wall
The remnant wall of the No. 6 Oil Tank is a semi-circular reinforced concrete shell at the base of Stokes Hill.
Hughes Avenue, Darwin
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Hughes Avenue, Darwin
Hughes Avenue connects the Darwin Waterfront precinct to the city and has done since George Goyder's arrival in 1869.
Liberty Square, Darwin
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Liberty Square, Darwin
Liberty Square was named by the Darwin Town Council in June 1919 to commemorate the ‘Darwin Rebellion’ of 17 December 1918.
CWA Red Cross Shop
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CWA Red Cross Shop
Currently open as a cafe with the Banyan Tree Park alongside, a lovely lunchtime and evening resting place to relax in the centre of town.
Government House, Darwin
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Government House, Darwin
Government House is the oldest European building in the Northern Territory and residence of the Administrator.
Darwin Visual Arts Association
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Darwin Visual Arts Association
DVAA (Darwin Visual Arts) is a Darwin institution. Established in 1983, DVAA began life through the collective efforts of artists who wanted a place to
Old Admiralty House
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Old Admiralty House
This is an elevated Type B (Amended) House designed by the Commonwealth Government (probably Wilfred Haslam) and constructed in 1936, it is now a restaurant.
Steam Pump House
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Steam Pump House
The steam pump house is a rectangular shed constructed of rendered blockwork walls, a metal truss roof supports gabled corrugated iron roof.
Aboriginal Bush Traders - Lyons Cottage
Galleries, Museums and Collections
Aboriginal Bush Traders - Lyons Cottage
Visit a gallery and shop of diverse Indigenous cultures and products housed in one of Darwin's historic stone buildings on The Esplanade.
Goyder's Park, Darwin Waterfront
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Goyder's Park, Darwin Waterfront
Goyder Park commemorates Goyder’s Camp, which is of historical significance as the first settlement within Port Darwin from which would grow the modern Darwin.
Lyons Cottage
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Lyons Cottage
Lyons Cottage is located on The Esplanade overlooking Darwin Harbour and is named after colourful lawyer and politician, John 'Tiger' Lyons.
Frog Hollow
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Frog Hollow
Frog Hollow was originally a natural drainage line, followed by the construction of Darwin Primary School in 1952, it is now a park.
Royal Flying Doctor Service Darwin Tourist Facility
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Royal Flying Doctor Service Darwin Tourist Facility
Visitors will be taken into another world with the latest high-tech virtual reality and holographic technology.
Bicentennial Park
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Bicentennial Park
Relax and enjoy an afternoon on the open grasslands on the cliffs of Darwin Harbour, wandering along the trails to read signposts and war memorials.
WWII Navy Victualling Yard Building
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WWII Navy Victualling Yard Building
The Navy Victualling Yards were constructed as part of the build-up for defence purposes in the late 1930's.
Gardens Road Cemetery
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Gardens Road Cemetery
The Gardens Road Cemetery was opened on 10 April 1919. The Cemetery served as the official cemetery for Darwin until 11 December 1970.
Myilly Point Heritage Precinct
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Myilly Point Heritage Precinct
The Myilly Point Heritage Precinct comprises four houses constructed between 1936 and 1939 to provide accommodation for senior public servants.
George Brown Botanic Gardens
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George Brown Botanic Gardens
The George Brown Botanic Gardens have significance as the site of major botanical and agricultural activity since 1886
Palmerston Cemetery
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Palmerston Cemetery
This was the only cemetery in Darwin for the period 1870's to 1919.
Frances Bay Explosives Complex
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Frances Bay Explosives Complex
The complex consists of a number of concrete stores buildings of various sizes built in areas excavated from the cliffs along Tiger Brennan Drive.
Qantas Guinea Airways Hangar
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Qantas Guinea Airways Hangar
The hangar is a prefabricated building developed by the Sidney-Williams Company and erected in Darwin in 1934 for Qantas Empire Airways Ltd
Sandfly NA1 Steam Locomotive
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Sandfly NA1 Steam Locomotive
The ‘SAndfly’ is a small shunting steam locomotive that is listed as a movable heritage object. It is currently housed in the Qantas Hangar in
Pee Wee Camp, East Point
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Pee Wee Camp, East Point
The Sidney William Hut and Annexe at Pee Wee Camp, along with several concrete floor slabs
North Australia Railway The Narrows
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North Australia Railway The Narrows
North Australia Railway (The Narrows) site consists of remnants of the North Australia Railway corridor consisting of a steel bridge, railway line and embankment
Fannie Bay Gaol
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Fannie Bay Gaol
Fannie Bay Gaol operated as Her Majesty’s Gaol and Labour Prison from 1883 until 1979. The original buildings comprised two blocks with 16 cells, a
Charles Darwin National Park
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Charles Darwin National Park
Uncover all the facets of the national park, from its important mangroves to shell middens from Aboriginal owners, and World War II military bunkers.
East Point Reserve
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East Point Reserve
Cycle around Beagle Gulf, stroll and spot wallabies, stopping in at the Darwin Military Museum to learn more about the reserve's role in WWII.
Darwin Military Museum
Galleries, Museums and Collections
Darwin Military Museum
The East Point Military Museum is located at East Point adjacent to the Defence of Darwin Experience.
Darwin Aviation Museum
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Darwin Aviation Museum
See the massive B52 Bomber and the other impressive exhibits that detail the Territory's aviation history and Darwin's frontier role in World War II.
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