The SpaceNomiki's'on the Avenue has everything that you will ever need, all in a brand new urban precinct and to make your stay the best in the town.
The apartment enjoys a lovely outlook towards the Botanic Gardens with water glimpses of Mindil Beach. A modern floor plan which flows seamlessly from indoor to the large outdoor oversized terrace area of 31m2, allowing you plenty of space to unwind and relax.
Located for a lifestyle filled with convenience and choice, this perfectly positioned for a first class stay , spoil t for choice with all the complex has to offer.
Set on the podium (level 3) of the new contemporary Avenue complex, the apartment has direct access to all the resort style amenities that other new apartment buildings could only dream of.
The Avenue precinct will also feature a large variety of retail shops, restaurants, medical center, child care center and bakery.
Mindle beach markets are walking distance sailing club and Casino. Guest AccessAmenities
All our guest have access to all of these on the Avenue.
Function Room with Kitchenette Facilities
Games Room - Ping Pong, Air Hockey, Billiards, Arcade Gaming, TV & Lounges
4 x Entertainment ‘Pods’ with BBQ’s (Special pod with Mongolian BBQ & Pizza Oven)
Children’s Playground with Soft-Fall Surface
Infinity Pool with Sun Deck & Showering Facilities
Barramundi Pond with viewing glass
Herb & Veggie Walk
Practice Golf Nets & Putting Greens
Shade Structures Interaction with GuestsI am happy to pick up our guest from airport and drop them of free of charge.
We are friendly locale Territorian's that are happy to help make your stay a happy one.
We are available 24/7 by mobile to help with anything you require. The NeighborhoodThe Avenue has the ideal location on one of Darwin's highest points, with its panoramic views of the City and Darwin Harbor across the Botanical Gardens, and clear water views of Fannie Bay to the west and north.
The people that live on the Avenue are permanents with a few holiday rentals.
The Avenue is a unique place where Darwin is at your feet and you have the benefit of a visual feast that is underpinned by a tranquillity and order that is not evident in the CBD.
At the Avenue you will also find the Q Bar and Brasserie
you can have breakfast,lunch and dinner on the deck in the dry season .
There is also the little bakery for fresh bread ,milk or deserts.
Tucked away in the back there is also a healthy cafe called Karma Cafe and (URL HIDDEN)
There is a lot happening on the Avenue that have not open . Getting AroundAs part of the full street landscape upgrades, two new bus stops areas are being constructed in Salonika Street (one on each side of the road).
bus rout no 6 Darwin to Darwin via Museum, Fannie Bay and Parap
(Monday to Friday)
Bus rout No 10
Darwin to Casuarina and return via Alawa, Rapid Creek, Ludmilla, Parap and Stuart Park
(Monday to Sunday including public holidays)
There is a corner store in Stuart Park ,doctors clinic ,pharmacy and take away shops they are about 300 meters.
You can walk to the Parap markets its about 500 meters.
There are alot of take away stores at the parap shops.
You can walk to the casino ,sailing club and Parap markets.
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Darwin has heaps of activities and attractions..
ACES - Darwin
Aces, your venue for Live Sports and Entertainment. Soak up the sounds of live music while watching some of the world's greatest sporting events live on the big screen.
Aboriginal Fine Arts Gallery - Darwin
Visit the Aboriginal Fine Arts Gallery in Knuckey Street, Darwin, and browse around a range of traditional and contemporary Aboriginal art and craft.
Afternoon Tea at Burnett House - Darwin
There's nothing better than sipping tea in beautiful setting, and what better place to do this in Darwin than at the elegant Burnett House, with its lush gardens.
Aquascene - Darwin
Ever thought of feeding fish in the ocean, at Doctors Gully, right in the heart of Darwin, is Aquascene, where hundreds of fish come to shore at high tide to be fed by hand.
Australian Aviation Heritage Center - Darwin
Step back in time and explore Northern Territory heritage. The Australian Aviation Heritage Center, located in Winnellie, Darwin, houses an impressive collection of the Territory's.
Beachfront Hotel - Darwin
The Beachfront Hotel, on the waterfront at Night cliff, attracts locals and tourists alike. It is home to Turtles Bar and Bistro and from Thursday to Sunday,.
Bicentennial Park - Darwin
Perched on the cliffs of Darwin Harbor along The Esplanade, Bicentennial Park is a good place to catch a sea breeze or spend an afternoon following the WWII walking trail, picnics.
Casuarina Coastal Reserve - Darwin
Casuarina Coastal Reserve protects a large coastal area in Darwin's northern suburbs. The reserve is popular for its white sandy beaches, shady picnic areas, cycle paths and wildlife.
Charles Darwin National Park - Darwin
Lying on Darwin's Frances Bay, Charles Darwin National Park protects one of Australia's most significant wetlands, important woodlands and local indigenous and WWII histories.
Crocodylus Park - Darwin
Crocodylus Park is a best place to come face to face with the largest reptiles on the planet. Built upon 30 years of experience in crocodile research and conservation.
Darwin Turf Club - Darwin
Fannie Bay Racecourse.
Defence of Darwin Experience - Darwin
In the 1960s, the Royal Australian Artillery Association (NT), took action over the vandalizing of the 9.2-inch gun emplacements of East Point.
Didgeridoo Hut and Art Gallery - Darwin
Didgeridoo Hut and Art Gallery, in Humpty Doo (only 30 minutes from the city), is owned and operated by Aboriginal people. Authentic art is produced by artists who are part of the .... more
Dragon Court Restaurant - Darwin
Embark on an authentic Asian-fusion dining experience at SKYCITY Darwin's iconic restaurant. Intricate flavors, textures and aromas of the orient are paired with impeccable service.
Evoo Restaurant - Darwin
From the moment you enter this stunning, ocean draped venue, EVOO's chic but cozy vibe will surprise and delight you. Nestled on our top floor of SKYCITY Darwin.
Fannie Bay Goal - Darwin
Opened in 1883, the Fannie Bay Goal was the major detention center in Darwin for almost 100 years until 1979, when prisoners were relocated to the new correctional facility located.
Framed Art Gallery - Darwin
Take home a piece of original Darwin design from Frame Gallery, a large gallery specialising in Australian fine art and craft including sculpture, woodwork, ceramics, blown glass, .... more
Government House - Darwin
Government House, on The Esplanade in Darwin City, is the earliest and most significant government building in the Northern Territory. It is associated with the formal representation.
Indo Pacific Marine - Darwin
Indo Pacific Marine is a unique exhibition which promotes their man-made onshore marine ecosystems, highlighting the exclusive features of the coral reefs.
Leaning Tree Lagoon Nature Park - Darwin
The Leaning Tree Lagoon is a quiet, scenic lagoon that is popular with locals who come to launch a boat, picnic or watch the large populations of resident waterbirds.
Manton Dam Recreation Area - Darwin
Built in 1942, Manton Dam was Darwin's first reliable water supply. Today the dam is a pleasant destination for an easy daytrip from Darwin, 70 kilometres south.
Mason Gallery - Darwin
The Mason Gallery brings to Darwin the distinctive designs and bright bold colours of art created by Aboriginal artists of the Central Australia and the Western Desert regions.
Mindil Beach Sunset Markets - Darwin
Enjoy the tropical night air at Darwin's Mindil Beach Sunset Markets every Thursday and Sunday evening between April and October. The markets have a multitude of stalls .
Muk Muk Fine Art - Darwin - Darwin
Muk Muk Fine Art showcases Aboriginal art from Utopia and the Central and Western deserts, also a selection of leading contemporary Australian artists. Muk Muk Fine Art provides .
Nature's Way - Darwin
Nature's Way is a scenic tourism drive through Kakadu and Nitmiluk National Parks. For photographic, wildlife and birdwatching enthusiasts, this is a dream drive on a fully sealed road.
Nightcliff Markets - Darwin
Unwind and feel the ambience of the Nightcliff Markets. Set in the Nightcliff Shopping Center, the markets are an ideal place for a lazy Sunday coffee or a cool and refreshing drink.
Northern Editions Printmaking Gallery and Studio - Darwin
Visitors to Northern Editions Printmaking Gallery and Studio at its Charles Darwin University (CDU) location are rewarded with an exquisite range of etchings, screenprints.
Northern Territory Library - Darwin
The Northern Territory Library is located within Parliament House, at State Square in Darwin's central business district. It is the Northern Territory's major reference and research.... more
Northern Territory Parliament House - Darwin
Take a self-guided tour of Australia's newest parliament buildings. The Northern Territory Parliament House is the NT's premier public building. Opened in 1994, Parliament House is.... more
Parap Markets - Darwin
The Parap Markets, located close to the city, in Parap, will tantalise your senses with a mixture of Asian cuisine and the aroma of freshly grounded coffee. The Parap Village Mar.... more
Paspaley Pearls - Darwin
Admire the most beautiful pearls in the world at Paspaley. Internationally renowned as the finest in the world, these Australian South Sea pearls are justifiably famous. Each pearl.... more
Paul Arnold Gallery - Darwin
Visit Paul Arnold's gallery and be amazed by his photographs that capture the Territory in all its natural beauty. There is a large selection of photographs (framed or unframed),.... more
Pee Wee's at the Point - Darwin
Nestled among tropical palms and with the quiet natural ambiance of the surrounds and multitude of wildlife that frequents the area, makes Pee Wee's at the Point an unforgettable.... more
SKYCITY Darwin - Darwin
SKYCITY Darwin is the ultimate entertainment destination in the Northern Territory. Boasting over 700 electronic gaming machines, more than 30 exciting table games, 5 restaurants, .... more
Saffrron Restaurant - Darwin
Savour mouth-watering Indian cuisine at Saffrron Restaurant in Darwin's funky suburb of Parap. Saffrron is an exciting addition to Darwin's eating scene. Based in Parap.
Table Forty Three - Darwin
Table Forty Three features a mouth-watering grill style menu that harnesses Darwin's fabulous local produce and fresh seafood. For starters, there are Thai stuffed prawns in crisp.... more
The Cav - Darwin
The Cavenagh, or The Cav as it's known by the locals, is a great place to meet up with friends or to sit back and enjoy a drink after a busy day. With an impressive wine list, 12 b.... more
The Lost City - Litchfield National Park - Darwin
The Lost City is a series of large sandstone outcrops that evoke the remains of an ancient civilisation. A spectacular sight, this landmark is located in a remote and hard to acces.... more
The Rugby Shop - Darwin
For all your rugby needs, visit one of Australia's leading rugby shops. The Rugby Shop carries a great range of international and local rugby jerseys as well as accessories and of .... more
Treetops Restaurant - Darwin
Treetops Restaurant is located in the Travelodge Mirambeena Resort Darwin, an inner city oasis within Darwin's central business district. The menu offers a wide range of Australia.... more
Vintage Twist - Darwin
You can find them in the gorgeous Star Village Arcade, Darwin Mall. Walking into Vintage takes you back to the days when fashion was classy, trend setting and a little sexy, walk i.... more
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