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Adelaide River Resort sits at 106 Stuart Highway in Adelaide River. Powered camping sites, unpowered camping sites, caravan park, motel, cabins and budget rooms are available on site. Its campsite facilities include two amenities block, laundry facilities, barbecue facilities and on-site waste dump point facility. The company also has a Pub and Bistro and a BP Service Station for everyone's convenience.
Mount Bundy Station is located at 315 Haynes Road in Adelaide River (Stuart Highway). The domestic and international airport, visitor information centre and convention centre are not too far from the venue. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue area, camp kitchen, car park, courtesy transfer, communal kitchen, even facilities, laundry, satellite television, lounge area and outdoor swimming pool. The accommodations that it offers are camping grounds, caravan grounds, Stockmans Quarters, Billabong House and Cooks Cottage.
Adelaide River War Cemetery lies at 105 Memorial Drive in Adelaide River. The site serves not only as a cemetery but also as a memorial to World War II. Over 434 military burials and 63 civilians are buried in the area. There are ample car parking spaces, barbecue facilities, shaded areas and picnic areas within the cemetery. The venue is open everyday.
Adelaide River Railway Station sits at the corner of Stuart Highway and Dorat Road. The station forms part the first leg of the North Australia Railway (NAR) that operated from 1888 to 1976. The site is known for being NAR's first main station complex as well as for its colourful history and historical contributions. It served as a prime military centre during the World War II. The venue is open everyday from 9am to 4pm.
Tjuwaliyn or Douglas Hot Springs Park can be found on Hot Springs Road off Oolloo Road, Adelaide River. The park is popular for its scenic surrounds as well as its thermal pools in the dry woodlands. The site is ideal for bird watching, swimming, walking, and camping. Caravans are also usually permitted in the area.
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