Conveniently situated close to the city centre and its bustling entertainment precinct these modern, self-contained three-bedroom apartments are set in four lofty towers on the edge of Darwin’s magnificent harbour. The complex’s superb accommodation features unsurpassed views, large designer kitchens with modern appliances, a huge open-plan living area, a separate family room, two bathrooms and a utility room with washing machine and dryer. Guests can also enjoy onsite barbecue facilities, a 25-metre lap pool, spa and tennis court.
Why we recommend the One30 Esplanade
- Located close to city centre
- Close to attractions
- Self-contained apartments
- Unbeatable views
- Diverse on-site facilities
Attractions near the One30 Esplanade
Enter the wild world of Crocosaurus Cove
If you want a unique hands-on experience with Australia’s iconic reptilian wildlife, Crocosaurus Cove is a must-do during your visit to Darwin. It holds the largest display of Australian reptiles in the world; a 200,000 litre aquarium filled with interesting species like sawfish, whiprays and barramundi; a turtle sanctuary; and 10 daily shows that give you a chance to hold, touch, feed and swim with saltwater crocodiles.
The famous ‘Cage of Death’ is a one-of-a-kind experience. In the safety of an acrylic glass cage, take the plunge into the water with some of Australia’s largest saltwater crocodiles. For those wanting a more relaxed experience, enjoy a meal at the cafe and watch through a viewing window as juvenile crocodiles entertain themselves.
Enjoy the on-site fitness facilities
One30 Esplanade’s on-site fitness facilities offer a private, yet productive break without feeling like you’re missing out on your holiday. You can start the day with a session in the fully-equipped gym or do a few laps of the indoor 25-metre pool.
For the outdoor experience, there’s a quality tennis court, basketball hoop and children’s playground. If you prefer quiet relaxation, spend the afternoon by the outdoor plunge pool where you can take in the sweeping views of the Esplanade and Darwin Harbour.