About The Darwin Ski Club
The Darwin Ski Club is the home of the Northern Territory Water Ski Association, ideally situated at 20 Conacher Street, Fannie Bay, directly opposite the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory.
The Ski Club is a well-known Darwin icon and has been located at one of the most beautiful positions on Darwin Harbour since 1964.
The Darwin Ski Club is family friendly and has huge grassed area for children to play, two crystal clear salt water pools (one for toddlers) that are available for members and guests to use. We welcome your dogs, on leads at all times.
The outdoor Bali Bar is open from 12 noon each day (except Good Friday and Christmas Day) and is a great place to relax, enjoy a cold drink and a delicious meal from the bistro whilst watching one of Darwin's spectacular sunsets.
The Kitchen is open 7 days from 12 noon for lunch, dinner and mouth-watering snacks throughout the dry season. During the wet season, the kitchen open for lunch and dinner on weekend, but open only dinner during the week. The menu is constantly changing, depending on the season and includes daily specials, all at very reasonable prices. You can view our Lunch and Dinner menu here.
The Darwin Ski Club is the perfect venue for any occasion or event and function catering is our specialty. Specialty themed functions with any associated food can be arranged, with tailored menus available to cater for all budgets and tastes. For function bookings, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0488 168 674, and for catering enquiries contact Jules at email@example.com or phone on 0410 290 557.
Membership fees are kept low so that everyone has the opportunity to join the Northern Territory Water Ski Association and enjoy the fantastic benefits of being a member of the Darwin Ski Club. We run regular wakeboarding and waterskiing, check out when the next session is and book in.
One of the Club's main aims is to make the Darwin Ski Club's premises a community hub for all water-based sports in the Darwin region, and is a home for the Darwin Sub Aqua Club and Darwin Outrigger Canoe Club