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Green Acres

· Bynoe, Northern Territory
50 acres hosted by Faye C.
9 Vehicle/Tent sites
Recent Hipcampers say this Hipcamp is great for families and kids.
Best in Northern Territory: Finalist
Named one of the best Hipcamps to visit in 2023.
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Green Acres is located in Bynoe, just over an hour and a half drive from Darwin in the Northern Territory. We have five spacious powered sites and plenty of non-powered sites available. We are close to boat ramps where you can access excellent fresh and salt-water fishing and crabbing. We are close to both Berry Springs and Litchfield National Park where you can find stunning waterfalls, swimming holes and wildlife to enjoy. The Sandpalms Roadhouse is a two minute drive away. They offer fuel, a cafe style menu, with special nights for a roast or a woodfired pizza, They are a licensed, family friendly establishment. There is often wildlife visiting our property so keep an eye out whilst enjoying your time at camp. Enjoy listening to the sounds of nature while sitting around your campfire. We also have a toilet and shower available for campers. Pets are welcome but must be kept on a leash upon arrival and under your control at all times. Due to not having an area waste removal program in Bynoe it is appreciated that you take all waste with you. Please check out our website: http://greenacres.godaddysites.com/ or Facebook page Green Acres NT for further information and a video.
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36 Ratings · 32 reviews
Ash U.recommends
May 6, 2024
Green Acres - Unpowered Sites
great quiet weekend clean and tidy, very easy. Buster was hit with the Kids
John M.
August 10, 2023
Green Acres - Powered Sites
Good spot close to boat ramp sites were fine, long power cord was needed Toilets could be better
Charleen C.recommends
August 7, 2023
Green Acres - Powered Sites
Lovely spot with delightful hosts
Faye and Buster were lovely hosts! Green Acres was a lovely spot, well maintained and sites were clearly set out. There was a lovely walking track to the little dam and it wasn’t far from a number of boat ramps for fishing and to watch a beautiful sunset. The toilet and shower were great amenities! Really hope to visit again- a little oasis!
Penelope M.recommends
July 28, 2023
Green Acres - Unpowered Sites
Great, family friendly site
Great unpowered site! Family friendly spot. Loved our short stay here. Host friendly and welcoming.
John D.recommends
July 25, 2023
Green Acres - Unpowered Sites
Very nice tidy spot to camp faye was very friendly and helpfull can recomend this place.
Miranda W.recommends
June 24, 2023
Green Acres - Powered Sites
Just a great spot. Faye is just such a lovely person with a great secluded spot and probably the nicest "site manager 🐕" we could have asked for, a true local. Not too far from Dundee beach, not far from multiple boat ramps, cheeky wildlife interactions, round the corner from a pub with a couple of pet crocs out back but most of all just a peaceful and comfortable spot to park up and relax. Thank you Faye
Bynoe, Northern Territory, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Larrakia First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Faye C.Joined in June 2021
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