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Lyons Cottage was Darwin's first stone house, built in 1925 to house engineers of the British Australian Telegraph Company working on the Australia - UK submarine telegraph cable.
Lyons Cottage was Darwin's first stone house, built in 1925 to house engineers of the British Australian Telegraph Company working on the Australia - UK submarine telegraph cable. Today it is home to Aboriginal Bush Traders who sell indigenous wares.
74 Esplanade, Darwin NT 0800, Australia
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Smith Street in the Darwin Central Business District is a major shopping area on which stands the historical Victoria Hotel that was built to accommodate immigrants of the gold rush
The heritage-listed Victoria Hotel was among the hotels built to house the rush of immigrants during the Gold Rush
Brown's Mart hosts live music performances and theatre
The Bicentennial Park is a scenic stretch of parkland along The Esplanade overlooking Darwin Harbour
State Square has the Parliament House, Supreme Court, Government House and Old Court House and Police Station
The Darwin Entertainment Centre hosts concerts and theatre performances
Liberty Square commemorates the Darwin Rebellion of 17 December 1918 in which about 1000 demonstrators marched to the Government House demanding the resignation of the Administrator of the Northern Territory over unemployment, taxation and political representation
The Victorian-Gothic Government House, also known as The House of Seven Gables, is the office and residence of the Administrator of the Northern Territory