City of Darwin offers free Wi-Fi throughout the city, accessible under the unified network name 'City of Darwin Free Wi-Fi'.
To stay connected across our extensive network, simply follow these steps:
- Scan for available Wi-Fi networks.
- Select 'City of Darwin Free Wi-Fi'.
- If prompted, Click 'Get Online' and accept the Terms and Conditions.
- Navigate away from the landing page.
You're now connected!
About City of Darwin Free Wi-Fi
Our network enhances city connectivity, covering various locations. Initially part of a citywide connectivity initiative, we've expanded to include 38 access points in the city centre, available 24/7.
Wi-Fi Locations include The Esplanade, Mitchell Street, Smith Street, Cavenagh Street, The Mall, Civic Park and Bennett Street, extending to our four public libraries, two public pools and a regional park at Anula.
Access our network using Wi-Fi-enabled devices such as mobile phones, PCs, PDAs, gaming consoles, and MP3 players.
Wi-Fi Terms and Conditions
The City of Darwin's Wi-Fi service requires users to adhere to specific guidelines, including age restrictions, responsible usage, copyright laws, and respect for other public space users. It's also important to note that our network is non-secure, and users should take appropriate precautions for their data security and privacy. We offer a no download or time limits in our libraries, and users are responsible for their device configurations.
Users violating the terms will be denied Internet access. The City of Darwin is not liable for damages arising from the use of its Internet services.