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The Top End is one of the best destinations in Australia to experience nature. Covering a stretch of fertile land of more than 400,000 square kilometres, the region encompasses world famous attractions like Kakadu National Park. Also featuring Darwin City and the beautiful Arnhem Land, there is no shortage of incredible sites to explore with a campervan. Visit some of the islands off the Northern Territory coast, or marvel at the impressive range of flora and fauna.
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Adelaide River Resort is located 106 Stuart Highway in Adelaide River. It offers powered camping sites, unpowered camping sites, caravan park, motel, cabins and budget rooms. Its campsite facilities include two amenities block, laundry, barbecue and on-site waste dump point. There is also a nearby pub and bistro, and a BP Service Station.
Bark Hut Inn sits along Arnhem Highway in Mary River. It is a historic destination that offers affordable accommodations such as powered and unpowered sites, twin budget, family budget and Delta Unit. Its campsite facilities include a bar, barbecue, car parking spaces, gas, ice, laundry, shop, restaurant, public telephone and outdoor swimming pool. Camping, swimming and exploring nature are popular activities at the site.
Batchelor Resort is located at 37 to 49 Rum Jungle Road in Batchelor. It sits on 12 hectares of land with a bushland setting close to the Visitor Information Centre and Domestic and International Airport. Rich flora and fauna surrounds the park, which offers a bar, barbecue facilities, car parking spaces, cots, vehicle wash facilities, running path, entertainment, recreation room, high chair, ice, iron, kiosk, laundry, playground, restaurant, shop, tour desk, lounge area, public telephone and outdoor swimming pool. Accommodations include cabins, villas, standard motel, caravan site and camping site.
Emerald Springs Roadside Inn lies at Portion 721 in Emerald Springs. The park covers over six acres of bush land not too far from the northern part of Katherine. Pets are allowed within the establishment, which offers motel rooms and powered sites. Its campsite facilities include a bar, car parking spaces, recreation room, high chair, ice, laundry, restaurant, shop and TV/lounge area.
Gagudju Lodge Cooinda is located at Kakadu Highway in Cooinda. The lodge is surrounded by the beautiful Kakadu National Park and is near the renowned Yellow Water Billabong. It is close to the Visitor Information Centre, offering unpowered sites, powered sites, backpacker rooms, lodge room and bungalows. Its campsite facilities include an ATM/Automatic Teller Machine, bar, barbecue facilities, car park, child pool, communal kitchen, cots, entertainment, gas, high chair, ice, kiosk, laundry, outdoor furniture, playground, satellite television, restaurant, room service, outdoor swimming pool, safety deposit box, shop, walking tracks and tour desk.
Goymarr Tourist Park is located at Kakadu Highway in Mary River. It is close to Gunlom Falls and the World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park. Campsite facilities include a bar, barbecue facilities, car parking spaces, communal kitchen, communal refrigerator, recreation room, high chair, ice, laundry, shop, tour desk, restaurant, lounge area and outdoor swimming pool. Accommodations include a self-contained cabin, unpowered sites, powered sites, budget rooms, twin rooms, double room and family room.
Kakadu Lodge offers unpowered sites, powered sites and a wide range of cabins for accommodation. It is located along Jabiru Drive, within the World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue, bar, camp kitchen, car parking spaces, communal kitchen, communal refrigerator, cots, ice, iron, kiosk, laundry, shop, restaurant, tour desk, public telephone and outdoor swimming pool.
Lakeview Park Kakadu is located at 27 Lakeside Drive in Jabiru. The site is within Kakadu National Park and offers its guests a beautiful, natural setting with barbecue facilities, car parking spaces, vehicle wash facilities, cots, iron, laundry, library, tour desk and public telephone. Ensuite van site, bush bungalow, double room and two-bedroom cabin are all available.
Lazy Lizard Caravan Park is located at 299 Millar Terrage in Pine Creek. The establishment is known for its unique architecture and historical decorations. The accommodations include powered and unpowered sites. Its campsite facilities are a bar, barbecue, car park, ice, kiosk, shop, restaurant and outdoor swimming pool. The venue is an ideal caravan park for those wanting to explore Pine Creek and the Umbrawarra Gorge.
Litchfield Safari Camp lies near Batchelor, on the western part of Litchfield National Park surrounded by abundant flora and fauna. Its campsite facilities are a barbecue, kiosk, laundry, public telephone and outdoor swimming pool. The types of accommodation that it offers are unpowered sites, powered sites, backpacker beds and safari cabins. Popular activities in the area include birdwatching, camping, caravanning, bushwalking and swimming.
Mary River Park lies along Arnhem Highway in Mary River. Kakadu National Park and Darwin Airport are both nearby. Bird watching, camping, cycling, fishing, animal viewing and bushwalking are just some of the exciting activities visitors can enjoy in the park. Its campsite facilities include a bar, barbecue, bicycle hire, boat ramp, car park, communal refrigerator, cots, running path, recreation room, high chair, ice, iron, laundry, tour desk, public telephone, restaurant and outdoor swimming pool. The accommodations that it offers are fishing huts, standard cabin, deluxe cabin and powered and unpowered sites.
Mount Bundy Station is located at 315 Haynes Road in Adelaide River (Stuart Highway). The site offers barbecue facilities, 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.
Kakadu National Park could be reached via the Arnhem and Kakadu Highways. It is Australia's largest World Heritage listed national park, containing diverse flora and fauna, four prime river systems, historic sites and the Aboriginal culture that flourishes within it. Visitors can enjoy seeing Aboriginal rock art, camping, swimming, bush walking and fishing.
Litchfield National Park lies along Litchfield Park Road in Batchelor. It is a popular natural park, ideal for discovering the culture of Australia's Aboriginal people. The park holds great importance to the Werat, Waray, Koongurrukun and Marranunggu Aboriginal people. Its natural features include its monsoon rainforest, wide range of flora and fauna, waterfalls, rocky pools, sandstone towers of the Lost City and large towering termite mounds.
Yellow Water is within Kakadu National Park and is hailed as one of its most popular landmarks. The land-locked billabong is abundant with flora and fauna. Mangroves and paperbark forests decorate the area, which is home to animals like crocodiles, buffalos, wild horses and millions of migratory birds.
Gunlom Plunge Pool is 200 kilometers south of Jabiru and is popular for its impressive combination of a natural plunge pool and waterfall. Barbecuing, camping, swimming and bush-walking are popular activities at the site.
Garig Gunak Barlu National Park lies at 570 kilometers northeast of Darwin on the Cobourg Peninsula. The park is in Arnhem Land and is popular for its white sand beaches, clear blue waters and rich flora and fauna. Bird watching, crabbing, fishing, animal viewing, bush walking and wilderness walking are some of the popular activities around the area. Please be aware that a permit is required to enter the park.
Bowali Visitor Centre lies along Kakadu Highway in Jabiru. The venue showcases Aboriginal arts and crafts, books and other interesting souvenirs. The site has ample car parking spaces, public toilet, shaded areas, bicycle rack and a cafe.