Enjoy your stay in this brand new executive apartment, which is modern, tastefully designed, fully furnished and equipped for up to 4 people.
With superb location at the waterfront precinct, this apartment offer comfort and convenience, close proximity to the convention centre, high end cafe's and bars, the wave pool and swimming lagoon, free access to the swimming pool of the complex, walking distance to the Darwin CBD and all this in a beautiful, safe location that is surrounded by manicured lawns and water views for you to enjoy.
3 days minimum stay applies for all bookings.
Convenient and comfort
This quality apartment is featured with:
- Brand new apartment with secure entrance
- Fully secured building access
- Fully air conditioned with ceiling fans
- Outdoors balcony setting overlooking Darwin harbor
- Executive styled lounge and dining
- Flat screen TV
- Queen bed with bed sides and mirrored wardrobe
- Sofa bed, that opens up to a second bed
- Fully equipped kitchen for up to 4 people with dishwasher
- Washing machine and dryer
- All white goods and furniture are brand new
- Secured , Free undercover car park
- Onsite restaurants, bars, cafe's, hairdresser, flight centre
- Wave pool and swimming lagoon in close proximity
- Walking distance to the Darwin CBD
- Waking distance to the Darwin Convention centre
- Free access to the swimming pool of the complex
Experience the best of Darwin's tropical lifestyle while enjoying resort-style luxuries, safe swimming, ocean views and delicious food - all at the Darwin Waterfront Precinct.
The Darwin Waterfront is a fresh, new destination for anyone who wants to relax, cool off with a swim, meet with friends over coffee, catch a movie or enjoy a family picnic. Create lasting memories with family and friends and enjoy the essence of Darwin's tropical lifestyle, all at one destination.
STAY PLAY AND DINE
Visiting the Darwin Waterfront Precinct will feel like a holiday with cool places to relax and plenty to do. Perfect for a weekend getaway, the precinct is cradles on the ocean side by Stokes Hill Wharf.
Friendly wharf retailers offer fresh seafood and the best Asian cuisine in one of Darwin's largest outdoor eateries with panoramic harbor views. Go on a sunset cruise, experience adventure on a jet boat, enjoy some fishing on Stokes Hill Wharf or sit back and watch a spectacular monsoon storm.
Learn about local marine life at nearby Indo Pacific Marine, sample seafood at Ocean Fresh and take a scenic walk along the new waterfront promenade skirting the iconic Darwin convention Centre. Inspired by the curves of a pearl oyster, the Darwin Convention Centre is an architectural triumph, creating an eye-catching local point for the Darwin Waterfront Precinct.
COOL OFF ALL YEAR ROUND
The inviting, crystal blue waters of thr Wave Lagoon draw everyone to the centre of the precinct with 10 different wave patterns to excite people of all ages. Open 10 am - 6 pm seven days a week, the Wave Lagoon is open all year round except Christmas day.
The cool, aquamarine water of the nearby Recreation Lagoon laps at a sandy beach perfect for sand castles or a place to relax and enjoy a safe swim to escape
the tropical heat. The Recreation Lagoon is patrolled by experienced lifeguards from 9 am to 6 pm seven days a week.
SKY BRIDGE CONNECTS TO THE CITY
The Darwin Waterfront Precinct is connected to the heart of the Darwin city by a Sky Bridge and the Smith Street East Walkway, both offering their own unique experiences with wheelchair access via lifts and ramps.
A piece of art in its own right, the Smith Street East Walkway is linked with shady raintrees. Take a stroll through in to Smith Street Mall, Scenic parklands of Civic
Park, the old Town Hall ruins and Parliament House in State Square. Intricate artifacts, symbolic construction materials and interpretative signs along the walkway explain Darwin's history and progress.
The Sky Bridge takes visitors over the oldest road in Darwin - Hughes Avenue - which follows the contours of the escarpment from the Esplanade towards the sea, stopping where the European settlers firts camped in 1869 at Fort Hill gully.
The Sky Bridge offers panoramic views of thr Darwin Waterfront Precinct and harbor beyond, with a glass-lined elevator taking visitors to the retail precinct and promenades below.
Catch up with friends or colleagues at the Coffee Club, Fiddlers Green, Il Lido, Ocean Fresh or Curve cafe and bar, indulge in pampering at Elements Day Spa or update an endless summer wardrobe at Rush.
DISCOVER RICH HISTORY IN CULTURAL PRECINCT
A network of walkways, promenades and decks lets visitors walk, jog or ride between the land and water, spanning both new and historical landmarks of the Darwin Waterfront Precinct.
A heritage and cultural trail, marked out by an informative map, retraces the steps of early settlers. The trail provides an inspirational journey through Darwin's maritime history, Larrakia sacred sites, oil storage tunnels and the site where the first Japanese bomb fell in 1942.
Enjoy a walk or take the family for a bike ride along the waterfront promenades to appreciate the peaceful, parkland setting and views of Darwin Harbor.
Intriguing public art is well placed along the promenades and pays homage to the characters, forebears, culture and rich history of Darwin vibrant city.
For a truly tropical experience from a past era, watch a movie at the Deck Chair Cinema, located at the end of Kitchener Drive on the foreshore of old Lameroo Beach. Enjoy one of the classics in the outdoors cinema or catch a new movie release.