Events

27 Aug

Free Beginners Tai Chi

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Immerse in the tranquil parklands of the Darwin Waterfront at 7am every Saturday morning with beginners Tai Chi on the lawns.

Your fully qualified instructor will show you how to focus and connect each breath with every movement whilst practicing this Chinese martial art – consisting of slow, controlled movements and postures.

Classes are free and designed to suit all ages and levels of fitness.

27 Aug

Free movie under the stars – Hero 6 (PG)

Big Hero 6Hero 6 (PG),  Saturday 27 August, 7pm

The special bond that develops between plus-sized inflatable robot Baymax, and prodigy Hiro Hamada, who team up with a group of friends to form a band of high-tech heroes.

Bring along a picnic rug and relax on the Waterfront lawn under the stars with family and friends. There are dinner specials available from local businesses or bringing along a homemade picnic.
Movie goers are encouraged to arrive at 6.30pm to secure a spot on the lawns.
No alcohol or glass.

28 Aug

Aqua Zumba Fitness Class

Aqua Zumba

Every Sunday at 9am.

Aqua Zumba is perfect for all ages and all levels of fitness including pregnant women, young mums with children and seniors.

Adults $12, children $8 (under 15yrs). Price includes all day Wave Lagoon entry until 6pm.

03 Sep

U.G.L.Y. Bartender of the Year Launch

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Sunday 3 September from 11am until 3.30pm

U.G.L.Y. Bartender of the Year is the Leukaemia Foundation’s hospitality industry fundraising competition. Since the campaign’s launch in 2009 U.G.L.Y. Bartenders around Australia have raised over $6million to help people with blood cancer.

The launch will include U.G.L.Y. Bartenders teaming up with both Firefighters and Police Officers to compete in a bar themed obstacle circuit.

Click here to view poster.

For more information please go to Leukaemia Foundation U.G.L.Y. Bartender of the Year’s Facebook page.

 

 

03 Sep

Tactile Arts on the Wharf

wharf posterise and hue and saturation 15 x 11cmEvery Saturday in September, 5pm to 8pm

An exciting display of locally handcrafted wares will be showcased each Saturday evening in September at Stokes Hill Wharf.

The twilight craft fair will sell locally made products including glass, textiles, ceramics, jewellery, paintings, prints, garden sculpture, macramé, handmade soaps, candles and more.

Come and support Territory artisans supported by Tactile Arts at this new event at Stokes Hill Wharf. Make a night of it; stay for dinner, enjoy local Lo Castro ice-cream or plan a sunset cruise on Darwin Harbour.

Parking is limited. Park at the beginning of the wharf and catch the free continuous shuttle to and from Indo Pacific Marine between 4pm and 10pm daily.

Click here to view poster.
For more information contact Tactile Arts on admin@tactilearts.org.au

04 Sep

Aqua Zumba Fitness Class

aqua-zumbaEvery Sunday at 9am.

Aqua Zumba is perfect for all ages and all levels of fitness including pregnant women, young mums with children and seniors.

Adults $12, children $8 (under 15yrs). Price includes all day Wave Lagoon entry until 6pm.

10 Sep

Free Beginners Tai Chi

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Immerse in the tranquil parklands of the Darwin Waterfront at 7am every Saturday morning with beginners Tai Chi on the lawns.

Your fully qualified instructor will show you how to focus and connect each breath with every movement whilst practicing this Chinese martial art – consisting of slow, controlled movements and postures.

Classes are free and designed to suit all ages and levels of fitness.

17 Sep

Free Beginners Tai Chi – Every Saturday at 7am

Immerse in the tranquil parklands of the Darwin Waterfront at 7am each Saturday morning with beginners Tai Chi on the lawns.

Your fully qualified instructor will show you how to focus and connect each breath with every movement whilst practicing this Chinese martial art – consisting of slow, controlled movements and postures.

Classes are free and designed to suit all ages and levels of fitness.
Bring your own waterbottle, towel and sun protection.

17 Sep

Free movie under the stars – Lego Movie (PG)

Lego MovieLego Movie (PG),  Saturday 17 September, 7pm

An ordinary Lego construction worker, thought to be the prophesied ‘Special’, is recruited to join a quest to stop an evil tyrant from gluing the Lego universe into eternal stasis.

Bring along a picnic rug and relax on the Waterfront lawn under the stars with family and friends. There are dinner specials available from local businesses or bringing along a homemade picnic.
Movie goers are encouraged to arrive at 6.30pm to secure a spot on the lawns.
No alcohol or glass.

24 Sep

Free Beginners Tai Chi

Every Saturday at 7am

Immerse in the tranquil parklands of the Darwin Waterfront at 7am each Saturday morning with beginners Tai Chi on the lawns.

Your fully qualified instructor will show you how to focus and connect each breath with every movement whilst practicing this Chinese martial art – consisting of slow, controlled movements and postures.

Classes are free and designed to suit all ages and levels of fitness.
Bring your own water bottle, towel and sun protection.

 

24 Sep

Tactile Arts on the Wharf

wharf posterise and hue and saturation 15 x 11cmEvery Saturday in September, 5pm to 8pm

An exciting display of locally handcrafted wares will be showcased each Saturday evening in September at Stokes Hill Wharf.

The twilight craft fair will sell locally made products including glass, textiles, ceramics, jewellery, paintings, prints, garden sculpture, macramé, handmade soaps, candles and more.

Come and support Territory artisans supported by Tactile Arts at this new event at Stokes Hill Wharf. Make a night of it; stay for dinner, enjoy local Lo Castro ice-cream or plan a sunset cruise on Darwin Harbour.

Parking is limited. Park at the beginning of the wharf and catch the free continuous shuttle to and from Indo Pacific Marine between 4pm and 10pm daily.

Click here to view poster.
For more information contact Tactile Arts on admin@tactilearts.org.au

25 Sep

Splashfest Family Fun Day – Celebrate Water Safety Week

Splashfest Family Fun Day – Celebrating Water Safety Week Sunday 25 September 2016, 9am to 1pm
There will be free entertainment for the whole family with bouncy castles, waterslides, waterproof temporary tattoos, craft workshops and much more.
There will also be information available on water safety and demonstrations by the Lifeguards.
Splashfest is a free community event as part of Water Safety Week 2016. Water Safety Week, a Territory Government initiative, is the Territory’s wettest week in September focused on creating awareness about keeping ourselves and others safe in, around and on the water.

Click here for the poster.

01 Oct

Free movie under the stars – Finding Nemo (G)

Finding NemoFinding Nemo (G),  Saturday 1 October, 7pm

After his son is captured in the Great Barrier Reef and taken to Sydney, a timid clownfish sets out on a journey to bring him home.

Bring along a picnic rug and relax on the Waterfront lawn under the stars with family and friends. There are dinner specials available from local businesses or bringing along a homemade picnic.
Movie goers are encouraged to arrive at 6.30pm to secure a spot on the lawns.
No alcohol or glass.

07 Oct

Leukaemia Foundation’s walk Light the Night

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Light the Night is the Leukaemia Foundation’s annual fundraising walk to help more Australians beat blood cancer by improving survival rates and quality of life.

For more information please got to lightthenight.org.au/event/darwin

07 Oct

October School Holiday Fun

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From 10am to 12pm (midday)

Enjoy loads of free activities for kids these school holidays at Darwin
Waterfront.

Cartoon drawing, gymnastics, arts, craft, silent disco and much more!

08 Oct

Free Movie Under the Stars – Little Boy (PG)

Little_Boy_poster_usaSaturday 8 October, 7pm

The Northern Territory Government’s Department of Arts and Museums, The Territory Remembers program is partnering with Darwin Waterfront to present a free screening of Little Boy.

When auto mechanic James Busbee (Michael Rapaport) is sent to fight the Japanese during World War II, he leaves behind his wife (Emily Watson) and two sons, London (David Henrie) and Pepper (Jakob Salvati). Pepper feels his father’s absence most keenly, and can’t wait for him to return home. An encounter with a magician (Ben Chaplin) and advice from a priest (Tom Wilkinson) convince Pepper that the power to bring his dad back safely may be within himself and his actions.

Bring along a picnic rug and relax on the Waterfront lawn under the stars with family and friends. There are dinner specials available from local businesses or bring along a homemade picnic.
Movie goers are encouraged to arrive at 6.30pm to secure a spot on the lawns.

No alcohol or glass.

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