Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk) Campsite

Caravan Park

3.3 from 115 users

Description

Take your pick from well grassed, shady powered and unpowered caravan and camping sites, the permanent tent village or chalet accommodation Make a splash in the landscaped pool and relax at the Poolside Bistro - you will be excused for thinking you're staying at a resort. To 'share' your enjoyment, take advantage of the free wi-fi for guests. Make the most of handy communal laundry and kitchen areas and cook up a feast on the barbecues. Or, let someone else take care of catering and make your way to nearby Sugarbag Cafe for local specialties . This park allows you to rough it or glam it at any level that suits. Either way, when you retreat to your campsite you'll be surrounded by nature and guaranteed a stunning night sky. In the daytime stroll to the nearby visitor centre to arrange a boat cruise on the stunning Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge. Energetic? Hire a single or twin canoe and paddle your way around, or embark on one of the many nearby walking and hiking trails.

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Lat: -14.317741 Lng: 132.420448

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AnnieA

We had four nights here on a powered site in the 'long rig' section. The bathrooms and laundry near us were excellent. Good hot water/pressure. Crazy non-allocation system leads to some interesting site demarcations, but worked for us. Better in the 'long rig' area than beside the pool - much less noise. Excellent mountain biking trail. If going kayaking, take a length of rope with you. You are going to be dragging your boat over lots of rocks and much easier to walk it like a recalcitrant dog! Easy to go in singles, not a double if two of you. Lighter boat to drag. Did I say lots of rocks?? Good cold beers and ok food at te café. This is a full-on 'big tourism' venture: helicopters flying overhead, tour busses, families. Good, big pool.

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Hoongirl

This is a private caravan park in a National Park. Over priced for a camp in a national park. If I wanted a caravan park I'd stay in town. Stop private companies running overpriced services and monopolies in our National Parks@

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Hoongirl

Don't bring your own canoe/kayak and expect to get access to the gorges, only hire canoes allowed, unless you take it with you on a 6 km hike. Private operator in a public national park have a monopoly. Very Bad!

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