The Darwin Wharf Precinct comprises the Stokes Hill Wharf and Cruise Ship Terminal surrounding a convention centre, wave pool, hotels and pearl displays a short walk from the Darwin Mall.
Darwin Wharf precinct in the stillness of morning
Cast a line from the Wharf
The walk from the city crosses from high cliffs and provides a spectacular view as you descend in a glass lift to the beach and wharf level below. Green lawns, palm trees and a sandy beach beside the wave pool are encircled by the two wharves.
For those who would rather drive, there is limited parking on Stokes Hill wharf and more parking around the shore area and a multilevel car park on Kitchener Drive, which runs along the cliff base.
Tables fill as the shadows lengthen.
The wharf itself has restaurants, take away food, a licenced bar and bottle shop a small museum and even a Bendigo Bank ATM.
It is a popular place to spend the evening, to have a meal, do some fishing or just watch the boats as you listen to the entertainment which is usually provided during the busy dry season.
A variety of food is available.
Cruise the HabourThere is plenty to see and do just in the wharf area if you have the time, including;
Also nearby is the Darwin Fisherman's Wharf
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