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The Darwin Trailer Boat Club is Darwin's oldest seaside Club. From its humble origins in 1954, trading from a modified caravan, the Club has grown to become a Darwin institution. Today the Club boasts an architect-designed modernist Club House with a capacity of 1,000 people that takes full advantage of its absolute water frontage. Whilst the Darwin Trailer Boat Club is a members club we do welcome people visiting Darwin and the general public to enjoy our facilities and our hospitality. Visitors are allowed to use the Club for up to six occasions in any one year. Many choose to join before their sixth visit, seduced by the ideal setting, the fabulous fare at the Bistro and the Club spirit.
All reviews soft shell crab salad oysters barramundi steak watch the sunset non members swimming pool wonderful sunset cool drink sunset dinner fanny bay great spot cold beer food was great relaxed atmosphere dry season
Just 10 minutes out of Darwin at Fannie bay is the Darwin trailer boat club
Right on the water front , it enjoys spectacular views of Fannie bay and glorious sunsets
Family friendly , it also has an excellent menu
Large lawn expanse it is...More
A lovely surprise walking from the car park into the club on the shore front with the lush gardens, fantastic outlook over the water with a great atmosphere. All of our meals very tasty, especially the barramundi.
Great place for families to get together for a feed. Lots for the kids to do, including play area and pool. The food is great and the bar is really well stocked. Plenty of taps to keep you refreshed. There are a great many events...More
Went there to watch the sunset. Lovely night but food was over priced and very average.
The chicken pho was very average. Bowl of flavoured water with chicken and noodles. The chefs special of braised beef with root vegetables wasnt good at all. Root vegetables...More