Mary River Wilderness Retreat & Caravan Park

Caravan Park

4.1 from 62 users


4642 Arnhem Hwy, Mount Bundey, Northern Territory

(08) 8978-8877



Mary River Wilderness Retreat is located halfway between Darwin and Kakadu National Park. This family-owned and operated eco-tourism property has something for everyone from budget to deluxe accommodation including air-conditioned cabins with ensuite bathrooms to flat, grassy, powered caravan sites & plenty of spacious camping sites. There are bar facilities and a licensed restaurant open for breakfast and dinner Tuesday to Saturday plus a camp kitchen & all amenities including a laundry. It also boasts 2 swimming pools plus meeting and function facilities. The wilderness retreat is on the river and there are bush walks, wallabies and many birds to enjoy during your stay as well as many other great things to explore close by. Whether it's a quick night stopover or a relaxing holiday you are after, Mary River Retreat has it all!

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Lat: -12.906848 Lng: 131.647303

User Reviews


Graeme & Julie

We have just spent 4 nights here and it has been amazing. We stayed in a powered van site and it was just lovely. The property is well maintained with beautiful flat grassy areas to camp and a lot of wildlife to enjoy! Our friends joined us and stayed in the cabins. We ate in the restaurant several times and the food was amazing. The best Barra we have had and the lamb shanks were fabulous plus the chef makes great cheesy, garlic bread:) The park is very quiet and we enjoyed a swim in the pool after a long day exploring the many billabongs, Japanese rock art and lagoons in the area. There is Telstra 4G signal so you can get some internet access. It can be patchy ( like anywhere around here ) but I managed to get some work done sitting outside the van enjoying the view. Great spot!



New owners have cut costs, no hire boats or buggys, fishing not allowed land base, 3 toilets and showers per M/F for 120 sites, needs TLC, not worth $40 UP a night. Positive side nice shady area and small pool and lots of Wallabies, better value elsewhere Further update gave the bamboo circuit walk and wallaby track a go, bamboo is not a circuit, it did skirt an anaerobic billabong, wallaby circuit in disrepair (would not bother), I have no idea why someone would come here for more than 1 night stopover, unless you were a boat owner, you have to launch from public ramp, park ramp in disrepair.



Stayed for 2 days. Would definitely stayed longer if time permitted. Beautiful grassy site and very peaceful. Pool was great and restaurant open tonight


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