CWA Red Cross Shop

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

The site is a ground level rendered brick and concrete structure built as an office and club rooms. The building has undergone extensive change over the years. None of the original windows or doors remain with the exception of two windows of glass blocks and there is a large verandah extension that has been added to the western side of the building. The building has been used as a café/takeaway eatery in recent years and is vacant at present, although currently being refurbished.
12 Knuckey Street, Darwin
GPS: S12. 27’ 54.6”; E130. 50’ 23.3”).


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Humbug Fishing

Bayview, Darwin

Oil tank wall with graffiti artwork to internal face of new concrete stabilising wall. Cracks in the wall have been repaired and can be seen in the image.

Remnant, No 6 Oil Tank Walls


All aboard the Tour Tub!

Darwin City Explorer Tour Tub


Government House

Government House, Darwin


At Bombing of Darwin Mural_Painting_Stokes Hills Wharf

Bombing of Darwin WWII Heritage Tours


The 1887 Fannie Bay Gaol Infirmary. The roof dates from the 1980s.

Fannie Bay Gaol

Fannie Bay, Darwin

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