Gunn Point Beach North


4.5 from 2 users


Gunn point, Northern Territory


Gunn Point is believed to be named after Lieut. Gordon S Gunn an officer on HMS Flying Fish which in July 1886, under the command of Capt. JP Maclear, RN, charted the Clarence Strait. During the WW2 defence of Darwin, Gunn Point had the code name Cannon. Formerly part of Koolpinyah Station, approximately 90% of Gunn Point Peninsula is held by the Northern Territory Land Corporation as a Crown Lease in Perpetuity. Murrumujuk Beach and adjacent areas are maintained as private land available for public use. The name Murrumujuk is of Aboriginal origin and relates to whale dreaming. The NT Land Corporation has allowed public access and encouraged responsible use of the Gunn Point Peninsula since it acquired the land in 1989. The Corporation aims to preserve the areas long term potential for future tourism, residential and strategic economic activities including agricultural/horticultural purposes. Gunn Point Peninsula is available for the public to enjoy and visitors are asked to be mindful of their impact on the areas natural environment.

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Lat: -12.242402 Lng: 131.030259

User Reviews



Great beach camp , but no shade so pretty hot during the day. Lots of long grass at the moment so not much space.



When to park up here like last year. Grass is 2 ft long. There is one water filled hole on the way in that is about a meter deep. I drove through without the van to check it first. You can go around the hole using the side track.



Love this place, can't complain about it, it's off grid you got to be prepared.


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