East Point Reserve
East Point Reserve is a must place to visit in the late afternoon when the wallabies come out to feed. A cool breeze usually springs up as you watch the magnificent sunset across the bay. Grab some dinner and a few beers or a bottle of wine and watch this spectacular event. There is also the salt-water, jellyfish-free Lake Alexander where swimming is possible all year round. Evidence of East Point's role in the defence of Darwin are the WWII gun emplacements and harbour defences located on the Point overlooking the Arafura Sea. Entry to this area is free.