Darwin Convention Centre Hotel starts Waterfront transformation

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A new hotel, which will be integrated within the Darwin Convention Centre, will be built at the Darwin Waterfront.

The Northern Territory will be calling for expressions of interest (EOI) in the coming weeks from the private sector to develop the Darwin Convention Centre Hotel, to join the thriving tourism, residential and hospitality offerings at the Darwin Waterfront.

The Territory Government and Darwin Waterfront Corporation have appointed commercial real estate and investor specialists, CBRE Hotels, to run the international campaign to attract an experienced investor, developer and operator for the project.

CBRE Hotels have already commenced market sounding for the opportunity as a precursor to the EOI process.

The Darwin Convention Centre Hotel is expected to offer between 200 – 250 rooms, and provide new, upscale accommodation options for corporate and leisure visitors, located on Stokes Hill Road directly adjacent to the Convention Centre and offers spectacular views across Darwin Harbour and the Waterfront.

The Darwin Convention Centre Hotel is part of the first stage in the redesigned Darwin Waterfront Masterplan also publicly released today, which will redevelop the Waterfront into one of Australia’s leading integrated tourism and lifestyle destinations through a world-class surf park, iconic snorkelling lagoon, new temperature controlled pools and countless additional food and beverage offerings. A flythrough of the new Masterplan can be found at waterfront.nt.gov.au/masterplan

Experienced proponents interested in the opportunity can visit invest.nt.gov.au

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