Barbara James House

BJH

Barbara James House provides high standard short term accommodation for clients accessing the Alan Walker Cancer Care Centre, who come from regional Northern Territory locations.

Lounge

The accommodation features secure access, well appointed guest rooms in family and single room configurations, self-catering communal kitchens, movie room, games rooms, kiosk, guest laundry, internet facilities, and nursery equipment.

 

Bedroom

Guest rooms are air conditioned and equipped with ensuites*, queen or king single beds, sofa beds or trundles, fridge/freezer, telephone, television/dvd player, cd radio, alarm clock, internet access (wireless) and tea/coffee making facilities.

 

Kitchen

Services provided at Barbara James House include linen, local information, after hours check-in and support, kiosk, transport between accommodation and the treatment centre, evening meal catering**, pre-paid credit phone system and free internet access.

 

Outside

Nearby attractions include the Darwin Botanical Gardens, Mindil Beach, NT Museum and Art Gallery, The Darwin Convention Centre complex and the Mitchell Street entertainment precinct. The site also features a tropical forest walk and outdoor relaxation areas.

 

*excludes 4 transition guest rooms which have access to external bathroom facilities
**external caterer’s dinner meals available through pre-ordering. Additional charges apply

Tariffs & Bookings
Clients who are undergoing radiation treatment at the Alan Walker Cancer Care Centre are able to access this accommodation through the NT Hospitals Patient Travel offices. Please contact us at NTRO if you would like us to arrange a booking for you.

Location & Contact Information
Barbara James House
9 Mirambeena Street
The Gardens
Darwin, NT 0820
Ph 08 8980 6100
Fax 08 8980 6199
Email mapadmin@ywcaof Darwin.org.au

This service is operated by YWCA of Darwin and funded by the Northern Territory Department of Health and Families.
The information contained on this page is supplied by YWCA of Darwin, images courtesy of NTRO.

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