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Millbrook Camping

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· Howard Springs, Northern Territory
20 acres hosted by Anne B.
2 Vehicle/Tent sites
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20 acres with a billabong with waterlilies.  Swimming and fishing available. There are barramundi in the dam which you can catch.  There is a fire area and free firewood.  Close to the bike track and shopping centres, 2 taverns (Howard Springs and Virginia).20 minutes to the centre of Darwin. Campers will have access to a toilet block with a flushing toilet and cold shower, hammock and sun lounge. Just off the old Stuart Highway.20 acres with a billabong with waterlilies.  Swimming and fishing available. There are barramundi in the dam which you can catch.  There is a fire area and free firewood.  Close to the bike track and shopping centres, 2 taverns (Howard Springs and Virginia).20 minutes to the centre of Darwin. Campers will have access to a toilet block with a flushing toilet and cold shower, hammock and sun lounge. Just off the old Stuart Highway.
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35 Ratings · 29 reviews
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Susan A.doesn't recommend
August 18, 2023
Millbrook Camping
It was not what I would expect of a hipcamp. No one to great you to explain the facility or your site. Not what is advertised on web site.
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Glenys B.recommends
August 6, 2023
Millbrook Camping
The place was lovely and peaceful. Anne was welcoming and friendly.
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Chris S.recommends
July 31, 2023
Millbrook Camping
Close to everything
Secret bush camping tucked away yet close to all major services. Private secluded sites complimented by a lovely natural swimming hole. Anne is a delightful host and nothing is too much trouble. Highly recommended ☀️
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Chris B.recommends
July 18, 2023
Millbrook Camping
A private camp close to shopping and other facilities. Shady and cool with a good water supply. Power a bit iffy but sufficient. Close to wildlife but still quiet and we felt safe.
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Luella B.doesn't recommend
July 14, 2023
Millbrook Camping
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This is an honest review, for $36 we were sorely disappointed, we pulled in the drive way to a derelict shack managed to find the Owner Anne who is an absolute sweetie, we were parked down by the billabong that has so much potential but is completely overgrown with a dead fox near by that we removed but the smell continued to linger, we went up to have a shower which is in this derelict shack which also smelt like dead animals, with a curtain on a pants hanger, a toilet with no lid, no lights available, someone’s belongings everywhere, I had to shower in a swimsuit as there is no privacy. We decided to leave and find a free camp out at Gunn Point that was absolutely stunning - very disappointing was our first booking through hip camp and I don’t think I can stomach to book another one, have well and truly been turned off as there is no standard kept or vetting of properties, not worth $36 or even $1.
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Nadja B.doesn't recommend
July 8, 2023
Millbrook Camping
Nice plants in the park - but we kind of felt strange and alone at night, being two woman alone in a Campervan - even though we were told it to be a very secure place.
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Howard Springs, 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
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Hosted by Anne B.Joined in May 2021
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