The thing to do in Darwin is the World War II secret Oil Storage Tunnels. These giant tunnels had boold sweat and tears in the hope, in part to end the WWII. Made by the Civil Construction Corps. This now very unique tourist attraction location Darwin Wharf Precinct (wave pool) on Kitchener Drive. Was reopened in 1992 to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Bombing of Darwin. In which 243 people lost there lives
Located beneath the cliffs of Darwin city, just a short walk from the city centre and the Esplanade. Well informed gate keeper provides historical information relating to the concept of the tunnels and plenty of history books are for sale.
The WWII Tunnels have new photographs and displays of Darwin's rich history during WWII including photos of the brave men and women who served in the protection of our great country, Australia.
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Tickets are available at the tunnel entrance:
Children 4 – 16 $5pp
School Group (minimum 10 people) $4pp
Coach and large groups (minimum 10 people) $6pp
Darwin Venue Hire.
Please call our friendly staff for any more information about this Darwin Venue for Hire. Group bookings can be arranged call below. Closed 7-25th December
Opening hours & 7 days a week
May to September : 9am–4pm
October to April: 9am–1pm
Phone (08) 8985 6322
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