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Where to Eat
9-11 Cavenagh St.
Alfresco resto with Italian cuisine.
Mediterranean cuisine with a cocktail bar at the back.
37 Knuckey St.
City-centre coffee bar serving Mediterranean cuisine.
Transit Centre, Mitchell St.
Mexican cuisine on an elevated deck overlooking Mitchell St.
Stokes Hill Wharf (tel 08/8981 8658)
At the end of the pier, offering swish steak and fish from $21.
84 Mitchell St.
Inside and outside tables with $5 breakfast from 7.30am and Asian-influenced meals from $9.
Frances Bay Rd.
A long-time Darwinians' select getaway for cheap seafood and chips.
This classic, Italian-inspired coffee bar serving tasty meals and breakfasts.
Alice Springs Desert Park
Desert Wildlife Park
Northern Territory Tourist Commission
Olive Pink Botanic Garden
Parks & Heritage
Hidden Valley V8s
Cyclone Warning from the NT Government of Australia
The Northern Territory Top End cyclone season begins in early November and runs to the end of April.
89 Mitchell St. (8942 3300). T-Th and Sunday live music and theme nights ranging from retro to dance.
Lizards Outdoor Bar and Grill
(8981 6511), on the corner of Mitchell and Daly St. Outdoor beer garden with lush palm trees. Half-pints from $2.50. Th-Su live music
(8981 2025), on Smith St. near Peary St. Technically not a bar, this upscale Southeast Asian restaurant hosts quality musical entertainment for the price of a drink and food. Th-Sat jazz.
69 Mitchell St. (8981 2100). Irish pub, always packed. Happy Hour F 4:30-6:30pm.
3 Edmund St. (8981 9761), off Smith St. behind Woolworth's. No-frills beer and pool hall. Happy Hour M-F 12:30-1:30pm and 5-6pm.
On Warning of local evacuation
Lock your dwelling; switch off electricity, gas, water, etc. Take your evacuation kit.
Wear outdoor footwear and clothing for protection.
Heed warnings and follow advice given.
When the Cyclone Strikes
Disconnect all electrical appliances.
Stay inside away from windows in the strongest part of house
Listen to your portable radio for cyclone updates.
If house starts to break up, protect yourself with mattress, or get under the bed.
Beware the calm 'eye'.
If driving, stop - clear of trees, power lines and streams.
After the Cyclone
Don't go outside until advised officially that it is safe.
Listen to local radio for official warnings and advice.
If you had to evacuate, don't go home until advised.
Don't make unnecessary telephone calls.
Beware of fallen power lines
Don't ignore warnings and don't go sightseeing.
Note: Managers of resorts, hotels, motels and caravan parks should take steps to ensure visitors are familiar with the dangers and know what to do in the event of a cyclone.
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