Fannie Bay

Darwin, Northern Territory

About Fannie Bay

Fannie Bay is a suburb of Darwin in Australia’s Northern Territory. This place is famous for its white beaches, but is also boasts of other tourist attractions. Visitors who are interested to see local attractions can drop by the monument to the captain of the Vickers Vimy, Ross Smith, who flew the historic first flight from England to Australia in under 30 days in the year 1919. Another important historical place in this suburb is the Fannie Bay Gaol museum.