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    Darwin Ice Skating

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    Ice skating is a unique, fun and healthy recreation or sport, and encourages social interaction. A temporary ice skating rink will be set up at the Foskey Pavilion, Darwin Showgrounds, from 7 April to 17 April 2017, with each session being 1.5 hours. Friendly staff will be on the rink to help skaters of all levels. The session times: Friday 7 April to Monday 17 April 2017 - 9:30am to 11:00am - 11:30am to 1:00pm (this session on 11 April has been booked out) - 1:30pm to 3:00pm - 3:30pm ... Read more to 5:00pm - 6:00pm to 7:30pm - 8:00pm to 9:30pm (for the Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights only) For bookings, go to our Facebook page and search for Darwin Ice Skating, or go to Eventbrite website and search for Darwin Ice Skating We would love to see you on the rink, it’ll be cool fun. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Q. What should I wear to skate? A. The rink will be cool but not too cold. We recommend wearing warm and comfortable clothes. Please bring socks as these must ...

    Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours

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    Pudakul is the name of the Macaranga tree (freshwater hibiscus). It is the tree our people use to make a spear. Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours is an established 100% fully Aboriginal owned and operated family business that commenced in 2008. We deliver an original, authentic and very popular Aboriginal culture and nature based engagement experience. This is an authentic experience rich with information, knowledge and culture! We operate in the Northern Territory, Australia, from the Adelaide ... Read more River Flood Plains on Aboriginal owned and operated Limilngan-Wulna Land - which is at the forefront to World Heritage, listed Kakadu National Park. Opportunity to engage with local Aboriginal people, learn basket weaving, dilly bag making and the techniques used in the process. Have a go at throwing a spear or blowing a didgeridoo, play the clapsticks and learn about our local food and bush medicine. This is set on Aboriginal land and the tours are delivered by Aboriginal locals down by the ...

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