Parklands & Public Art

Public art has been integrated amongst the buildings, amenities and public space, celebrating the diverse cultural influences of the area.

A dedicated walkway has been developed linking the Darwin Waterfront Precinct to the Darwin CBD via a pedestrian bridge from the end of Smith Street over Kitchener Drive and joining with a glass-sided lift.

Parks, gardens and picnic areas are available for the enjoyment of the public and feature extensive tropical landscaping to complement the climate.

A waterfront promenade weaves along the edge of the harbour, providing views to the water, and quiet spaces in a parkland setting.

Pedestrians can walk, cycle or jog along the sea wall, between the contained water and the open harbour providing a greater level of connectivity between the water and the land.