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Crab Claw Island Fishermans Village, Darwin

Nestled on the waters edge in a Balinese style, Crab Claw Island Fishermans Village is a fishing village with elevated cabins connected by walkways through the trees and palm gardens, swimming pools, and a restaurant and fully licensed bar with harbour views.

All cabin accommodation is air conditioned, and there are a limited number of powered caravan camping sites and unpowered sites situated 75 metres from the waters edge and boat ramp.

Accommodation Options


These Balinese style elevated cabins are connected by walkways through lush trees and palm gardens, and enjoy views across the harbour.

Camp Ground

There are 8 powered camp sites and a further 22 unpowered sites situated on the scenic grounds near the waters edge.



  • Caravan and Camping

Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Fishing - Beach
  • Fishing - Estuary
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  • Fishing
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