Nightcliff Seabreeze Festival was on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th of May 2021
It was a free community festival presented in a uniquely linear style along 2 kms of stunning foreshore by the Timor Sea in Darwin, Australia annually since 2005.
We aimed to once again kick the Darwin 2021 dry season off with the best and biggest community festival in the NT!
Information about this year's competitions are at the bottom of this page
NAMCI Seabreeze Festival committee is proud to announce our next big event in 2021:
Saturday, 17th July 2021 @ the Robyn Lesley Park, Karama.
The Karama Country Music Muster is sponsored by the City of Darwin Council and Hon Ngaree Ah Kit - Member for Karama. The event is alcohol-free and a non ticketed free community event.
Please share and stay tuned to our Facebook page or join our mailing list for more information.
Seabreeze arked up late for a party with Barry Brown and the Get Down, undoubtedly the funkiest band in the universe. If you love to move and groove, get your dancing shoes on for this 70's big band funk sensation.
Come in ya best 70's gear!
Nightcliff Sports Club
Friday, May 7, 2021 at 7:30 PM UTC+09:30
Going to the wee small hours with DJ JEM!
Pace yourselves cause it will be a big night on the foreshore
Tickets are only $15 when you book online. Click on the picture below
As part of the Seabreeze Festival program, we helped showcase some of Darwin’s best art on Sunday, May 9th, After the festival
Open Studio events are organized by the Rapid Creek Artist Collective (RCAC) with exhibitions at different studios around Darwin
For a perfect day of art and craft exploration;
please save the poster below or connect to the RCAC Facebook page
The winners of the Seabreeze Deckchair Cinema Fundraiser raffle are:
Airborne Solutions, Helicopter Flight $300 - Jason
Casuarina Gift voucher $100 - Tamer
Groove Cafe Nightcliff $100 - Cathy
Crocosaurus Cove Family Pass $100 - Janet
Many Thanks to our Sponsor
Here is our official promotional video for 2021
'Ride Ya Bike'
On Saturday morning there was a Sand Sculpture Competition on the beach building from 9.30 -11.30 AM - then judging
The beach is between the Nightcliff Jetty and the Foreshore Cafe and has a ramp that walks down to the sand. Natasha Fyles MLA for Nightcliff donates the prizes, judging and presentation. The prizes are cash money going to different age groups and groups or families. Prizes include major and runner up prizes
The presentation and prize winners are drawn at 12.30 PM at the Foreshore Cafe
Jetty Art Space 2021
The art theme was 'Health and Wellbeing' with St John Ambulance coming along to provide practical Safety advice.
Once again there will be two major prizes of $3000 each, one for individuals and one for schools/groups. Click on the Jetty Art Space picture above for more information