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East Arm is a suburb in the Northern Territory of Australia located in Darwin about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) east of Darwin City overlooking a part of Darwin Harbour known as the East Arm.East Arm consists of land associated with a peninsula extending into the harbour and part of the channels of the following waterbodies that bound the peninsula's coastline: Blesser Creek to the north-west, Frances Bay to the west, the channel known as East Arm to the south and Hudson Creek to the south-east. The name has been used for the locale since the mid-nineteen century. The suburb’s boundary and name were gazetted on 21 April 2004. Infrastructure and facilities located within the suburb included the following - a wharf facility at its south-west end known as the East Arm wharf, a public boat ramp and a barge loading area that both access Hudson Creek and the northern terminus for the Adelaide-Darwin railway.The 2016 Australian census which was conducted in August 2016 reports that East Arm had 13 people living within its boundaries.East Arm is located within the federal division of Solomon, the territory electoral division of Spillett and the unincorporated area known as the Northern Territory Rates Act Area.
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