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Henley-on-Todd Regatta August 15

  • Art and Culture

Run on a dry creek bed, Alice Springs’ Henley-on-Todd Regatta is a day of madcap entertainment and community spirit. From the main event where teams in a “boat-like” craft sprint along the course to the lolly scramble, sand shovelling, bath tub derby and boogie boarding, you’ll never be short of a race to enter - or a laugh.

 
 

 

Much of Darwin's action happens along its revitalised waterfront, which is lined with restaurants, shops, sandy lagoons and parklands. Swim in the lagoon, fish from the wharf, dine alfresco on just-caught seafood and wander past the waterfront mansions. You can also trace the area's rich history in walking trails and public artworks.  Today families, business people and tourists mingle along the waterfront, where the Larrakia Aboriginal people, Indonesian traders and European settlers have all left their mark.

- See more at: http://tour-aus-author.haylix.net/content/australia/en/places/nt/darwin-waterfront.html#sthash.689A7jUh.dpuf
 
 

 

Much of Darwin's action happens along its revitalised waterfront, which is lined with restaurants, shops, sandy lagoons and parklands. Swim in the lagoon, fish from the wharf, dine alfresco on just-caught seafood and wander past the waterfront mansions. You can also trace the area's rich history in walking trails and public artworks.  Today families, business people and tourists mingle along the waterfront, where the Larrakia Aboriginal people, Indonesian traders and European settlers have all left their mark.

- See more at: http://tour-aus-author.haylix.net/content/australia/en/places/nt/darwin-waterfront.html#sthash.689A7jUh.dpuf
 
 

 

Much of Darwin's action happens along its revitalised waterfront, which is lined with restaurants, shops, sandy lagoons and parklands. Swim in the lagoon, fish from the wharf, dine alfresco on just-caught seafood and wander past the waterfront mansions. You can also trace the area's rich history in walking trails and public artworks.  Today families, business people and tourists mingle along the waterfront, where the Larrakia Aboriginal people, Indonesian traders and European settlers have all left their mark.

- See more at: http://tour-aus-author.haylix.net/content/australia/en/places/nt/darwin-waterfront.html#sthash.689A7jUh.dpuf