WWII Oil Storage Tunnels Tour Darwin City Waterfront
Where is it at?
WWII Oil Storage Tunnels Tour
Darwin City Waterfront
Tel: 8 8985 6333
Where are we going today?
The World War II Oil Storage Tunnels were built during WWII by the Civil Construction Corps. This unique tourist attraction is an atmospheric adventure through bleak tunnels and stairways under the ground to a secret room filled with photographs that capture the imagination and lend a personal touch to cold history.
Located beneath the cliffs of Darwin city, a short walk from the city centre and the Esplanade this exciting tourist facility can be self guided. Or your well informed tour guide provides historical information relating to the concept of the tunnels.
The WWII Tunnels these days feature a photographic display of Darwin during WWII including photographs of the brave men and women who served in the protection of our great country.
2012 was the 70 Commemorative Anniversary of the Bombing of Darwin.
How much does it cost?
- Free Under: 3 years
When can we go?
May to September: Monday to Sunday 9am to 4pm; October to April: Monday to Sunday 9am to 1pm; Closed
Specially prepared worksheets on the WWII Oil Storage Tunnels are provided to school groups visiting this attraction. These worksheets result in school children investigating the tunnels and the history of war in the Darwin region..
Any Top Tips?
It's not frightening down there, but it is atmospheric so be considerate of younger or more nervous children..
You may wish to incorporate a visit to the WWII oil Storage Tunnels with the Tour Tub City Sights tour. This option provides a 50% discount on entrance price..