WWII Oil Storage Tunnels
Unique Darwin tourist attraction featuring World War II history. A must to visit.
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The World War II Oil Storage Tunnels located on Kitchener Drive at the wharf were constructed during World War II by the Civil Construction Corps to protect the Darwin's oil supplies from the Japanese. Today the tunnels, an engineering feat in themselves, house a collection of photographs of Allied wartime activity in the Top End. This is an attraction with a difference.
Tunnels are open 7 days a week.
May to September: 9am-4pm
October to April: 9am-1pm
Closed: 1-27 December, New Years Day.
Cost: Adults - $8.00pp, Children:$5.00
Coach, group and school discounts available. Entry Fee is included if you book the Tour Tub.