Darwin Fishermans Wharf

Darwin Fishermans Wharf is the hub of the fishing and pearl industry in the Northern Territory. Perkins barges leave from here to provide cargo transport to Groote Eylandt and Nhulunbuy while the Marina provides safe haven for commercial fishing and trawling boats.

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Boats at Fishermans wharf, Darwin
Fisherman's Wharf, Darwin

Fishermans wharf, Darwin
Wharf loading and access for working boats

This concrete wharf can berth up to eighteen 30m boats where they can use power and phone access. Bunkering is available. making this a useful facility for local boats.

Fishermans wharf , Darwin
Ship Stores, Supplies and Fish

Local businesses in the area next to the wharf suppy the marine trade with supplies and services.

There are sliprails and maintenance facilities on the site including a machine shop, fabrication shop and electrical workshop. Repair berths for vessels up to 80m long are available.

Fishing vessels, offshore supply vessels, tugs, barges and naval patrol vessels take advantage of these facilities which removes the necessity for voyages to Fremantle in Western Australia or Cairns in Queensland.

Fishermans wharf , Darwin
Fishing fleet Marina

Next to the wharf is the Marina operated by the Darwin Port Corporation to provide up to 85 berths for the Northern Fishing fleet.

A lock provides access to the marina and safe, tide free, sheltered moorings for the boats. Lock attendants are available 07.30am-15.45pm weekdays, call-outs apply at other times.

Fishermans wharf , Darwin
Looking towards Stokes Hill Wharf

The DARWIN Fisherman's Wharf and Marina are located on Frances Bay Road, a short distance from the city and Stokes Hill.

The open area across the road is the site of the original Railway Station.

The new Railway stops at East Arm wharf near Berrimah.

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