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Knuckey Lagoon
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127 reviews
· Knuckey Lagoon, Northern Territory
20 acres
16 sites
16 Caravan
This campsite is located in a rustic semi-rainforest environment, with lots of lovely trees and plants. It is a convenient campsite for those travelling without children. We are situated on a 20-acre block in the rural area between Darwin and Palmerston with access to power and water. We have sites under a shaded treed area for your comfort. This campsite is for campervans, caravans and RVs only. No tents, please. We have a Hipcamp listing for 8 powered sites and another Hipcamp listing for 8 unpowered sites, please ensure you are choosing the correct option at the time of booking. The dimensions of each site can be found in our photos. Please click through to see which site will best fit your set-up. Any questions, please message us! Dogs are welcome. We have drinking water available. There is a shared shower and toilet block and access to a free laundry. We also have a dump point on site. Our land used to be a nursery used for plant cultivation and there is plenty of bush. From here you can visit Charles Darwin National Park, Howard Springs Nature Park and the Knuckey Lagoons Conservation Reserve, which is an important wildlife habitat. During the wet season you can view the full wetlands and water lilies. The reserve also has cultural importance for the local Larrakia people and is still used for collecting traditional food. Due to the thick tree setting fires are not permitted. This campsite is for couples only - please no school-aged children (very young kids aged 4 and under are ok as long as they remain under the supervision of parents/guardians at all times). Children 4 and under camp for free with parents.
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Knuckey Lagoon, Northern Territory, AustraliaTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
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Hosted by Graham W.Joined in May 2021
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185 Ratings · 127 reviews
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Dayne Q.recommends
September 22, 2022
Site 2 - Knuckey Lagoon - Powered Sites
Great location, close to Palmerston and Darwin. It has great sites, and Mark and Jean Anne do a great job of keeping everything clean and tidy.
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Sarah P.recommends
September 19, 2022
Site 5 - Knuckey Lagoon - Powered Sites
No complaints
We really enjoyed our week stay. Mark and Jean-Anne the caretakers were so lovely, really helped us feel at home. Great location. Simple, clean amenities and free Laundry was a bonus. Large sites, fairly private depending on what other sites were occupied. Would stay again.
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John A.recommends
September 17, 2022
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Knuckey Lagoon was nice and relaxed the caretakers we really nice I just hope they install some wheelchair friendly toilet and shower blocks.
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Jenny C.recommends
September 16, 2022
Site 3 - Knuckey Lagoon - Powered Sites
Adults only
Great spot Knuckey lagoon. Quiet and close enough to explore Darwin and surrounds. The caretaker’s were really good. Would recommend this spot.
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Sheryl E.recommends
September 15, 2022
Site 1 - Knuckey Lagoon - Powered Sites
Quiet and tucked away camping ground. Basic but clean amenities. Large shaded sites. Easy access to many of Darwin's tourist attractions. Friendly and helpful caretakers in Mark and Jean-Anne. Power and water hook up available.
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Stephanie H.recommends
September 15, 2022
Site 4 - Knuckey Lagoon - Powered Sites
Beautiful spot
Such a beautiful, peaceful spot to stay. I originally booked 2 nights and then would camp at different places during my darwin visit, but I really enjoyed this spot so I booked another 2 nights. Graham is so wonderful and friendly The atmosphere is just amazing and it’s so close to town as well as easier to get around from there Would recommend
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