My Brother and I also made the decision to go Lorella Springs and was not disappointed at all. We first met Nancy and her two awsome dogs, the dogs greet you when you pull up in the car and the place at first seemed different in it's own way. We where intended to go further to the fishing camp but Nancy was nice enough to persuade us to stay near the station and relax as we had just drove a long way. This was the best idea of all and the 'Magical Springs' just felt so refreshing.
The Camping area is set out very nice with big shady trees and the toilets and showers are very clean also. It was a shame that we had to keep moving the next day other wise it's a place you could stay there for at least for a few days just relaxing.
I finally met Rhett, Nancy's son and he also is very nice bloke and also a keen fisher.
We'll be certainly back with the family one day!
Michael and Nick
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Lorella Springs Wilderness Park is located on the Savannah Way in Australia's Northern Territory. Natural hot springs, safe swimming holes and waterfalls, bird watching, bush walking, 4WD tracks, fishing at billabongs, creeks or at the coast. Scenic helicopter flights and coastal tours to the Gulf coast. Choice of accommodation from camping, en-suite Deluxe rooms or air-conditioned cabins. "Remote", "untouched", "peaceful" and "friendly" are some of the words described by our guests about Lorella. Come and check it out for yourself! ... more less