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Top End Treasure

Girraween, Northern Territory
6 acres hosted by Sara O.
2 Vehicle/Tent sites
Primitive camping
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or potable water at this Hipcamp.
Set upon 6 acres of tranquil lush gardens you can pull up and find yourself some shade amongst the mango trees. 10 mins from Coolalinga and 5 mins from the world famous Humpty Doo your shopping needs are sorted. In just over 30mins you can explore all the splendours of the Darwin CBD and Kakadu and Litchfield are just waiting for you to explore. No power or toilets onsite but you can access water from the main homestead to fill up your tanks. Pets allowed as the site is fenced and secured. Your hosts Ben and Sara can give you all the tips on activities to explore while in the area.Pitch your tent or your pull up your van to a quiet grassed area surrounded by mango trees. Enjoy the sounds of the local wildlife as you drift off to sleep, and wake up to the wild peahen mum and her two babies that call this place their home. Get out and enjoy a round of golf at the Humpty Doo golf club or a refreshing beverage at the world famous Humpty Doo pub, just around the corner.
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Girraween, 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 Sara O.Joined in March 2023
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