Nightcliff Jetty on Nightcliff Foreshore in Darwin | tropical Darwin the capital of Northern Territory Australia

 

  • Nightcliff Jetty on Nightcliff Foreshore in Darwin

     

    Nightcliff Jetty on Nightcliff Foreshore in Darwin
    Darwin is the capital city of Northern Territory Australia.

    Nightcliff jetty with its takeaway van, picnic tables, long evergreened shaded park. With a lenghty walking and and bicycle path along the ocean forshore it is truely a secret that Darwinian's cherish.

    Nightcliff jetty is regarded a local hangout for the fitness folks and the cyclists.

    Nightcliff forshore runs for about 7 kms and is approximatley 8 km from Darwin CBD. You can get to the Nightcliff jetty and Nightcliff forshore from Bagot Road or East Point Road and turn onto Dick Ward Drive. When you come to the second round about on Dick Ward Drive (the first round about is where Wollowrths is) turn left and you are on the commencement of the dribve. Also at the second round about look right and that is tha famous Sunday Morning Nightcliff Markets.

    The Nightcliff Jetty is one of the jettys ametuer fisherman launch their boats from to recreational fish in the Darwin Harbour.

    A Favourite with the locals and visiting travellers.

    To walk along here is to - as I say 'Enjoy the breath of Darwin in the morning'.

    The Nightcliff Jetty and The Nightcliff Rocks

    The Nightcliff Jetty is one of the jettys ametuer fisherman launch their boats from to recreational fish in the Darwin Harbour.

    Nightcliff swimming pool on the Nightcliff Foreshore in Darwin

    Nightcliff Public Swimming Pool

    Nestled on top of the rocks is our most picturesque swimming pool. Now if you like a swim then this will be the most memorable one you may ever find. Nightcliff Swimming pool is not large but coming up for air and looking over the edge is an amazing feeling. Actually the best time is early morning about 7.30am.

    The walking path is some 5-7klm long depending on where you walk.

    Nightcliff Foreshore in Darwin