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Images Dated 2010 March

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Sunset at Casuarina Beach in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia Featured March Image

Sunset at Casuarina Beach in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

Casuarina is one of the northern suburbs of Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. Casuarina derives its suburban name from the casuarina trees that grow along the nearby Casuarina Beach

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Magnetic Termite Mound, Nitmiluk National Park, Northern Territory, Australia Featured March Image

Magnetic Termite Mound, Nitmiluk National Park, Northern Territory, Australia

Mound-building termites or just mound builders are a group of termite species that live in mounds. This group of termites live in Africa, Australia and South America. The mounds sometimes have a diameter of 30 metres. Most of the mounds are found in well drained areas. Termite mounds usually out live the colonies themselves

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The Heritage Listed 2nd Darwin Control Tower And Water Tank At Australian Aviation Heritage Centre, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia Featured March Image

The Heritage Listed 2nd Darwin Control Tower And Water Tank At Australian Aviation Heritage Centre, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

This civil Control Tower was constructed under a water reservoir at Darwin's military aerodrome in mid 1950s. The water tank dates from about 1940. A series of water towers was erected around Darwin as part of the scheme to convey Manton's water to the town and this was one such. It survived the Japanese bombing of Darwin from 1942 onward as well as Cyclone Tracy in 1974. It was painted in red and white squares to highlight it as an obstacle. However, in later years it became something of an obstruction, being sited in the middle of the RAAF apron, the structure was dismantled in May 2008. Because of its iconic nature and significance as part of Darwin's development (both as water tank and Control Tower), the structure became heritage listed and transported to be re-erected, somewhat foreshortened, at the Australian Aviation Heritage Centre on the southern boundary of Darwin Airport.'n'n

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