National tourism award recognition for our Darwin Bed and Breakfast

We are thrilled that the Bromeliad Bed and Breakfast here in Darwin has been short-listed as a finalist in the Australian Tourism Awards. Coming hot on the heels of us winning the 2014 Brolga Northern Territory Tourism Award –  Hosted Accommodation, we are over the moon that all the little things we do to make sure […]

Morning Tea @ The Bromeliad

A group of neighbors, family and friends came together to enjoy our first Morning Tea. Al made the coffee and guests enjoyed the home made goodies – thanks to all concerned it was a great morning with lots of talking, eating and laughter.  

Wet Season Renovations

Happy Australia Day to you all. While most guests managed our bedroom doors without a problem,  we have decided to replace the Queen bedroom with a conventional entry doorway.  We have also installed a full size sliding door between the Kitchen alcove and the Laundry                     […]

Officially the best Bed and Breakfast in Darwin

What a whirlwind weekend it has been in the Northern Territory with Bromeliad B&B winning the Brolga award for the Best Hosted Accommodation in the Northern Territory. It has been a journey of love and hard work to get Bromeliad B&B to where it is today and we are really proud of being judged the […]

Check out this link to meet the Fighting Couple from Boisie.

Earlier this year we had the pleasure of the company of Mike and his wife Luci – what a great time, watch the link below to see Mike try Vegemite for the first time and see our fresh Rosella fruit an addition to our Aussie Continental Breakfast.  Enjoy!!

Well it’s official, we are a finalist in the 2014 NT Tourism Brolga Awards – Hosted Accommodation category. The announcement will be made in a couple of weeks so we’ll keep you posted on the outcome. Thanks to everyone who provided us with Reviews and comments about our facility and our efforts to provide SUPER […]

New Brochure to download

2014 Brochure

Empty Nesters: More honey eaters in Darwin

Well these little honey eaters have been busy again with two babies taking flight just a few days ago. They are busy in the Temple Bells tree collecting nectar but they like the protected area near the kitchen window as the prime real estate for their nest sites. There’s another couple busy on another plant […]

Introducing Bromelia sylvicola

Geoff is wary of this bromeliad which starts life as a fairly normal green and when conditions are right, the leaves flush and turn Red.  A bud appear in the centre and as the plant grows so does the bud which gradually emerges until it’s the size, shapt and colour of a tennis ball.  Gradually the ball […]

Nesting in the garden

Well it’s that time of year and the snakes and busy shedding their skins and the birds are nesting and rearing babies.  The latest we have seen is a family of honeyeaters so I’ll put their photo’s below.