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One of the Waterfront's coolest attractions is the Wave Lagoon: a palm-fringed swimming pool that turns into a tube-riding, boogie-boarding bucket of fun when the waves roll in every 20 minutes. The fully patrolled Wave Lagoon is two metres at its...more
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Darwin Waterfront | Kitchener Drive, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
All reviews boogie boards great fun life guards all ages body boards cool off on duty inflatable rings day pass a lot of fun few hours darwin waterfront big kids whole family spend an afternoon a great place to spend safe swimming
This a a fantastic attraction and there are rates for membership for locals which we would think would be quite appealing. It is a huge wave pool and the day we were there it was quite busy but you were still able to find a...More
Visted this place twice during our trip to Darwin. The price is great for a full day here ($7 pp when we went Oct 18). There is cheap, secure locker hire available which takes cash or card. Wouldn't give this place 5 stars as they...More
My husband and I visited the wave pool today as it was our last day in NT . This is more of a family thing to do as there is kids everywhere. It a great activity for the kids and for parents to keep kids...More
The wave lagoon was a great way to relax with my son after being out and about during the morning. Reasonably priced $12 for the two of us. Parking nearby. Lockers available for $5. Plenty of lifeguards about to ensure swimmers safety. This is the...More
If you are with kids,you can't miss this place. Good time pass and loads of fun at this artificial pool which is big in size ,enough to cater at least 100 people at a time. Main feature is the waves which people enjoy the most.
Visited the Wave Lagoon at the end of a day exploring Darwin. Safe option for a swim to cool down (after all it is Darwin) and very clean. Access is via wrist bands purchased from the promenade area. Lots of restaurants and cafes located adjacent...More