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All reviews lake alexander military museum fannie bay bike ride great spot pee wees point road darwin city man made lake gun emplacements lots of photo opportunities watch the sunset sun sets dry season mindil beach top end fish
With my wife having next to no interest in the Museum I still showed her the interesting artifacts of the war years from battery positions to ammunition storage to radar towers ! Ended up she was impressed by the whole area and agreed that it...More
We went here after a tiring morning. We had the best view of the city on the left and the serene beauty of the Reserve on the right. The beach was calming and the Aboriginals around were welcoming and harmless.
awesome bike tracks for a leisurely ride amongst some of the best views realy close to the city safe enough to take the realy small kids and just a beautiful place to walk around with free public barbecues, water fountains outside gyms and kids playgrounds...More
This area is easily accessible from Fannie Bay. Take a walk or a bike ride around to see the wallabies, WW2 military buildings and the military museum. The kids loved the big gun emplacement and getting a close look at all the buildings.
East Point is a little slice of paradise. You have an abundance of wildlife, wallabies, snakes, birds and horses. The walk is about 6km and a slight incline. The views are stunning and the sea breeze is refreshing.
While visiting family in the Darwin area I always look forward to our early morning cycle rides around East Point Reserve. No matter how many times you ride here there is always something different to see albeit the wildlife the changing tides or just a...More
East Point Reserve is a rather large area, so any one review is unlikely to cover all it's points.
It includes Lake Alexander, a shallow man-made shallow saltwater lake that has both a swimming area, and an area set asside for canoes, windsurfers and the...More
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The East Head reserve is free access. With lots of army buildings or relics of them. It is a long walk from anywhere. I dont know if there is a bus. We found buses a bit hit and miss and never went where we wanted. Taxis... More
The East Head reserve is free access. With lots of army buildings or relics of them. It is a long walk from anywhere. I dont know if there is a bus. We found buses a bit hit and miss and never went where we wanted. Taxis were also the luck of the draw. If you find a reliable one make sure you book it to the airport.