Barrow Creek WW2 Site

Campground

4.5 from 98 users

Contact

Off Stuart Hwy, 28ks N of Barrow Creek, Northern Territory

Description

During the Second World War Barrow Creek was used by the Australian Army as a staging camp for convoys of troops and supplies. The area is signposted and has interpretive signage to help you find out more. Large, flat area accessible to motorbikes, RVs, camper trailers, caravans and big rigs. Camping in tents is allowed. There are no facilities. Campers must be self-sufficient. Take all rubbish with you and leave no trace. Pets are permitted.

Read more

Features

Location

Lat: -21.309123 Lng: 134.058412

User Reviews

Avatar

Petecath

Fantastic stopover, plenty of space with concrete slabs left by the Army after WWII. we camped on the site of the Sgt mess. Only four others in the area. Beautiful sunset.

Avatar

Cottagecruisers

Agree with positive reviews. Terrific overnighter with lots of space. 8 here tonight. Thanks to local Station owner for access.

Avatar

Kfw1408@gmail.com

We dt stayed a while back, no problem entering. Huge area.

logo

For more reviews download WikiCamps NOW!

Download on the App Store Get it on Google Play Get it on the Microsoft Store

Minimum requirements: iOS 12, Android 6, Windows 10