Darwin Convention Centre
Stokes Hill Road, Darwin, NT 0800
Looking to the city from the edge of the Arafura Sea, Darwin Convention Centre is an iconic landmark of Australia's tropical harbour city.
Its waterfront setting is quite befitting. To the Larrakia people the harbour is a place of connection where, for centuries, they have welcomed visitors while trading with other indigenous tribes and Southeast Asian neighbours.
Darwin Convention Centre is a multi-awarded venue with experienced, dedicated, and enthusiastic professionals committed to making any event the best it can be.
Australia's Northern Territory is one of the most popular visitor destinations in the world. People come to see and enjoy an ancient Aboriginal culture and a multitude of natural and cultural treasures.
Darwin is the gateway to the Australian Outback and some of the country's best tourism experiences. Progressive, vibrant, and energising, Darwin is a breath of fresh air that will always prove irresistible to potential delegates, encouraging high attendance.
The hub of northern Australia has one of the strongest investment and growth forecasts in the country. It's a regional centre for energy and minerals with prosperous agribusiness, marine, tourism and defence industries. As Australia's gateway to Asia, Darwin city has strategic access to the world's most exciting new economies.
But what makes Darwin a compelling place is that aside from a thriving business climate, it also cultivates an enviable "people climate".
Darwin is a place that welcomes and values people of every kind. Its population of over 100,000 is comprised of 50 nationalities. Indigenous Australians are a vital presence in the life of the city; the Larrakia people have a unique place in the community as the acknowledged traditional custodians of Darwin and their art and culture are thriving in the city.
With an unpretentious culture and enviable outdoor recreation scene, it's no wonder that Darwin boasts a youthful, creative and fun-loving community.
Australia's Tropical Harbour City
- Vital regional centre with a zest for economic success
- Unique culture characterised by inclusiveness and open-mindedness
- Lively, diverse cosmopolitan scene with multicultural population
- Australia's strategic stepping stone to Asia
- Gateway to premier destinations such as the Outback and World Heritage-listed Kakadu and Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Parks
Darwin Waterfront - lively business and recreation hub
Rising from the foreshore of one of Australia's finest harbours is a 25-hectare lifestyle precinct offering the best in waterfront living. It's the new seaside heart of tropical Darwin City and a spectacular setting for any conference.
Darwin Waterfront has fine al fresco restaurants, cafes, boutiques, hotels, apartment towers, a wave lagoon, seawall promenade, lush parklands, beach area and a cruise ship terminal.
Traversed by a network of boardwalks cantilevered over the water, the precinct is also directly linked to the city centre via a dedicated skywalk.
The spectacular Darwin Convention Centre, perched on the edge of the harbour, is the architectural highlight of this vibrant urban waterfront. Its striking design and unique setting make it one of the most distinctive landmarks in northern Australia.
Vibrant City Waterfront
- Seaside promenade – weaving along the edge of the water providing great harbour views
- Wave lagoon – a wave-making 4,000sqm lagoon with up to 1.2 metre high waves
- Wharf apartments – contemporary, relaxed tropical living for a very Darwin way of life
- Accommodation - two first-class hotels
- Dining and shopping – al fresco restaurants and cafes, spa, boutiques and retail outlets
- Art and entertainment – public art on view and entertainment hubs flow through the precinct
- Beach – for lazy days, lolling on the sand and enjoying the balmy breeze
- Parks and gardens – wide, open parklands with picnic and play areas
- Cruise Ship Terminal – port of call for interstate and international cruise ships