Darwin Wharf Precinct
The Darwin Wharf Precinct is a multi-use, harbour-side public area where commercial businesses interact with tourism and recreational activities. The precinct combines fine dining, alfresco eateries, recreational fishing facilities and charters, sight seeing, harbour cruises, shopping, and live entertainment. Known for its spectacular sunsets and cool coastal breezes, the unforgettable atmosphere make this precinct a relaxing holiday holiday hotspot.
The area was part of a network of military sites established during the development of Darwin as Australia's World War II northern defence line. more
Fannie Bay Gaol, now closed, is one of Darwin's oldest buildings. more
Set in a tropical garden on the Darwin Harbour is the Northern Territory's premier cultural institution - the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT). more
Darwin is the Capital of the Northern Territory and is home to 105,000 people of 50 different nationalities. more