Saltwater Craft Fair
The first Saltwater Craft Fair for 2015 will be held on May 10th (Mother’s Day) at the Darwin Waterfront, from 10am to 2pm.
The Craft Fairs combine the beauty of an outdoor art gallery with the laid back feel of a Darwin market.
Everything for sale is locally, handcrafted quality art and craft, including glass, textiles, ceramics, jewellery, T Shirts, home wares, children and baby clothing, handmade toys, paintings, prints, garden sculpture, macramé, handmade soaps , candles and beauty products…. something for everyone, so make sure you come along! And bring your mum!
Click here to view Saltwater Craft Fair poster.
Free Movie Under the Stars – Tangled
Experience the magic of moonlight cinema at the Darwin Waterfront this Dry Season with our free monthly movies, returning Saturday 16 May.
The first film of the season will be Tangled (PG), screening on the peninsula lawns this weekend from 7pm.
Featuring unexpected heroes, calculating villains, laughter, action and hair – lots of hair – Disney’s Tangled is a comedy adventure for the whole family.
Patrons are reminded that no glass or alcohol is permitted at the Waterfront. BYO insect repellent and picnic blanket or chair for casual seating.
Darwin Symphony Orchestra Concert
Set in ancient times on the island of Ceylon, the The Pearl Fishers opera tells the story of how two men’s vow of eternal friendship is threatened by their love for the same woman, whose own dilemma is the conflict between secular love and her sacred oath as a priestess. The friendship duet generally known as “The Pearl Fishers Duet”, is one of the best-known numbers in the operatic repertoire.
Darwin Waterfront Harmony Soiree 2015
Come along, enjoy the festival atmosphere and be a part of the Soiree on Saturday 30 May 2015 from 4pm at the Darwin Waterfront Precinct.
Celebrate our thriving and successful multicultural community in 2015 by joining the picnic atmosphere at the Darwin Waterfront.
There will be food, entertainment, come and try activities and you can make a floating lantern which can be a part of the flotilla.
Harmony Day is a chance for us all to celebrate the cultural diversity which represents who we are as Territorians, and is central to our wonderful Territory lifestyle. Harmony Day celebrations provide all Territorians with an opportunity to reflect on our common values of community participation, inclusion, respect and a sense of belonging for all.
The Territory is a unique blend of the oldest living culture on earth and migrants from all over the world. Our diversity makes the Territory an interesting and vibrant place to live and our acceptance of people regardless of their background is something we can be proud of. The Territory is truly a place where everybody belongs.