Top End tourism is about to become more tech savvy with visitors to the Darwin Waterfront now able to access free WiFi.
The free WiFi is part of the Northern Territory Government’s $1 million two-year roll out program to bring tourism attractions across the Territory into the digital age.
The Darwin Waterfront is a popular destination for tourists, particularly cruise ship passengers, and attracts over 1.2 million visits each year.
Switching on free WiFi will allow Tourism NT to promote other experiences and attractions in the Top End to visitors from interstate and overseas.
Now more than ever, visitors expect to be connected into technology and improving digital access across the Territory will help develop regional tourism and businesses and encourage visitors to the Territory to stay longer.
Visitors to the Darwin Waterfront will be able to access the free WiFi from the Recreation Lagoon area, the Wave Pool and the Stokes Hill Wharf Eatery.
The Darwin Waterfront free WiFi follows on the successful roll-out at the Alice Springs Telegraph station, Wangi Falls (Litchfield National Park), Watarka (Kings Canyon), Karlu Karlu (Devils Marbles), the Todd Mall and TIO Traeger Park.
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