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Mirambeena Resort Darwin, Darwin

Mirambeena Resort Darwin is an oasis set in tropical gardens. With 2 large lagoon style swimming pools with spas and waterfalls, a wading pool, video games and a pool table, a 9 hole mini golf course and a fitness room, there is plenty to keep everyone occupied.

Other features include 24 hour reception, porter service, room service, secretarial services, undercover parking, babysitting and more. TreeTops Restaurant is fully licensed and is open daily. Raintree Cafe provides drinks, lunch and dinner.

Accommodation Options

Townhouse Apartment

The townhouses are open plan, and feature a double bedroom on the mezzanine level overlooking the fully equipped kitchen, lounge and dining areas on the ground level.

Deluxe Room

The deluxe rooms feature two queen size beds and are perfect for the business or leisure traveller.

Motel Room

Motel rooms offer a comfortable alternative, with the option to sleep up to four people.

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