Charles Darwin National Park Picnic Area

Day Use Area

3.6 from 9 users


Fanning Drive, Charles Darwin, Northern Territory


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Lat: -12.443575 Lng: 130.877098

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Jonique Life

This national park was amazing but please wear long sleeves and spray insect repellant as there is signage saying to do so for good reason, we came out and could feel the midges biting us, the next day we flared up. It's a great stop over though, with so much thorough history where you can walk into different bunkers to read some history and the views from the lookout were awesome. There is a lot of MTB tracks and walking tracks to enjoy and find hidden places. "Jonique Life" Follow our journey around Australia on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube as we highlight wonderful experiences and magical places you can add to your ever growing bucket list.


User 2201209

Nice place for a picnic but the midgies are horrific. There is a warning sign but thought a 5 min. stop in middle of the day we could get away with. Left there with legs on fire.



Didn't notice the bugs at the time but flared up the next day big time. Over a hundred bites I reckon. Not fun.


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