Remnant No 6 Oil Tank Wall Replay | View larger map Darwin & Surrounds Destinations See & do Art & culture Family activities History & heritage Nature & wildlife Outdoor activities Self-drive touring Events Tours Accommodation Region guide The remnant WWII No. 6 Oil Tank is a semi-circular concrete shell located at the base of Stokes Hill. Built in 1942 after the initial Japanese aerial attacks on Darwin, this concrete splinter-proof wall was designed to protect the internal steel oil tank from shrapnel damage. This concrete tank formed part of the protection measures of the Oil Fuel Installation which also included air raid shelters, bunds and concrete splinter-proof walls around oil pipes, much of which has since been removed. In close proximity to the Steam Pump House, this remnant wall evokes wartime associations and is a highly significant element as a component of the original Oil Fuel Installation configuration. Information Activities Walks Accessibility Disabled access available, contact operator for details. Map Map View Map What's nearby What's nearby Explore the NT Accommodation Tours Hire & services See & do Festivals & events Road trips Choose journey Arnhem Way Binns Track Explorers Way Greater Litchfield Loop Natures Way Outback Way Overlanders Way Red Centre Way Savannah Way Flight paths Choose flight path Domestic flights to Alice Springs Domestic flights to Darwin Subscribe Sign up to receive the latest news, deals and travel information about the Northern Territory. Data privacy statement Enter your full name: Enter your email address: Sign up Thank you Your details have been submitted. Please check your email and click the link to confirm your subscription.