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With the high season in full swing the only accomodation available was in the permanent tent. A pleasant surprise- no wait for amenities, clean fresh bedding AND complimentary vouchers for breakfast and dinner for the duration of my stay. A great starting point for walks...More
We stayed here for a night and it was lovely. There is plenty of room, shade and good, clean amenities. The pool area is better than what we expected and we celebrated our twins birthday. With lots of notice, the very nice staff kindly arranged...More
Stayed for 2 nights after Kakadu visit. Cabin was very clean & Wildlife was all around. Birds & wallabies dropped by, but were not fed. The campground is busy but does not feel crowded. A gorge cruise is essential & the cafe views are extraordinary....More
We stayed here for 4 nights of our 2 week NT holiday in one of the Chalets.
The only negative was that as we were running late and going to be arriving after 5pm we thought it best to phone as we were going through...More
WE parked our camper here for one night and wish is was longer. The pool and kiosk area are great. The pool is lovely and the atmosphere is great. Good lawn area for kids to play. The parking area for the vans/buses are very clean...More
US$ 163 - US$ 219 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from DwyerMandy | Property representative |
Nitmiluk Campground is located in Nitmiluk National Park - 300km south of Darwin. The Katherine River flows through the Park and is safe for swimming and canoeing from June - September during the dry season.