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Get your seafood fix down at Crustaceans…and take in the amazing view!

By Korgan Hucent

Crustaceans is a regular spot for some of us here at the Ray White Bayside team. We just love the seafood selection, and of course, the amazing location down on Stokes Hills Wharf.

With outside dining, views across the harbour, and front row seats to our famously beautiful colour changing skies during sunset, it’s the perfect spot to enjoy some of Darwin’s finest grub on a Dry Season evening.

From a huge range of seafood, char grilled steaks and ribs, pasta, curry, chicken, and more, Crustaceans has a fantastically diverse menu to suit everybody – even the picky eaters! You will get more than your money’s worth too with their generous portion sizes.

The service is fantastic as well, and you’ll always be warmly greeted with a smile!

You could even hold a function down at Crustaceans too. Have you got a wedding coming up? A birthday, or corporate function? You name it, they can do it! The Crustaceans team will work closely with you every step of the way, from managing the guest list and choosing the menu, to kitting the place out to suit your style!

Open every day of the week from 5.30pm till late, stick a date in your diary to go and check it out. You won’t be disappointed! To make a reservation, visit or call (08) 8981 8658.

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