Good fishing spot, from L.W fish an incoming tide. Nice spot to relax, local history also in close proximity.
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The drive to the East Point Reserve is very nice, hugging the coast on one side and some fields on the other. There were a number of wallabies grazing and hopping around when we were there. There are some nice views of the bay and...More
Take a picnic and allow plenty of time, there are a number of walks all worthwhile, and lots of photo opportunities, reptile, bird, animal and marine, a huge asset to Darwin
A popular place for sunset picnics. Relatively easy to access with plenty of parking. Many tables/ chairs to use along the bike path to eat on. Go for a stroll after on the bike path!
Very popular with locals and an excellent location for bird and wallaby watching. Areas lock up what Europeans might consider early so be careful.
We popped by here today to check out the WWII war remnants. Great views of the sea with some lovely scenery. Plenty of parking.
Plenty of places to pull up in the shade to enjoy lunch and a break. Notice the locals are not swimming in the ocean - there is Lake Alexander for that activity plus a great recreational facility for children.
This reserve is really gorgeous. A great place for a walk, picnic or family time. Clean and very pretty.
I booked a volunteering trip with Conservation Volunteering Australia and our mission is catching Cairn toad in East Point at nighttime. Well, this is a good experience for nature lovers and activists,
There is an excellent playground here. Children wouldn't leave. Nice sea breeze and views of the water. Either the sea or a lake. Peace.