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Paravista Motel, Darwin

Situated in Darwin, the Paravista Motel offers competitive rates in a tranquil tropical setting. The motel is ideally located in picturesque Parap Village just a short walk to shops, restaurants, a beach, a sailing club and the Darwin Turf Club. The Paravista Motel is also close to the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets, SKYCITY Casino, the George Brown Botanic Gardens and the NT Museum and Art Gallery.

The Paravista offers travellers interconnecting rooms, and group and long term rates as well as your seventh day free should you stay for a week. Rates are on application.

Accommodation Options

Single Room

The single rooms contain a queen size bed, and ample facilities for a comfortable stay.

Double Room

Set in a tropical surrounding, the double rooms are well equipped and comfortable and contain a queen size bed.

Twin Share Room

Set in a tropical surrounding, the twin share rooms contain a queen size bed and a single bed, as well as ample facilities.

Triple Room

The well appointed triple rooms contain a queen size bed and a single bed.


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