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Stokes Hill Wharf (Darwin Wharf Precinct)

Stokes Hill Wharf

Just minutes from the city and open every day until late all year, Stokes Hill Wharf is one of Darwin’s most popular waterfront venues among tourists and locals alike.

The historic Stokes Hill Wharf offers visitors a unique opportunity to enjoy a variety of dining options from casual alfresco eateries to an award winning a la carte seafood restaurant.

Gain insights into Australia’s WWII history with two new murals and photographic display that depict events surrounding the first bombing raids over Darwin on the 19th February 1942.

Take your family or friends on a harbour cruise, check out the panoramic views, do a little fishing or just sit back and enjoy the spectacular tropical sunsets, sea breezes and free seasonal live entertainment under the stars.

The Wharf remains a working wharf for smaller marine industry users and cruising yachts. Harbour cruise vessels are moored at the wharf and there are facilities to embark and disembark passengers.