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Kumbidgee Camping stopover

4 sites · RVs20 acres · Lansdowne, NT
A beautiful 20-acre property with the Katherine River running along the back of the property, 10km out of Katherine and 16km from Katherine Gorge. Being in close proximity to the Nitmiluk Gorge National Park you can explore the Gorge and the Hot Springs as well as top up supplies at the Katherine Shopping centre. We have a number of sites, some with shade, some more out in the open, all fairly flat, and just a short walk from the restaurant and toilets. All sites offer plenty of space. There are also many lovely cafes to visit nearby. And we're only an hour away from Mataranka Hot Springs. We have toilets here but no shower facility. It is important to us that all travellers Leave No Trace.
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"The Escarpment" @ The Gorge

9 sites · RVs400 acres · Lansdowne, NT
Private, secluded, “Primitive Camp Sites” nestled around a 400 acre property in a unique Australian bush setting. Named aptly “The Escarpment” for the truly beautiful ridge that runs kilometers along the block boundary, providing a perfect back drop to individual camp sites. Purpose built van pads spaced far enough apart to offer privacy and peace have been positioned with the Caravan in mind. Whilst waiting for the wet & the long grass to let us onto the flats, we have set up an initial 10 sites that are all year round accessible. These are a bit closer together as will be described in the description. Also a bit cheaper so happy campers all round! It is mostly 4WD access and all vans must be self-contained as no amenities, water or power are available at these sites. Those looking for a bush experience with plenty of activities to do during the day will not be disappointed.
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Mo's Bush Camp

1 site · RV6 acres · Cossack, NT
We have a quiet little spot 10min drive from Katherine. Perfect for a base while you explore some of the sites around town. The caravan site is powered and has a toilet. There is a shower although currently no hot water. The powered site is only accessible for smaller caravans. Unpowered option available for large vans. No clothes washing facilities. We have 2 dogs and I am home most of the time if you have any questions.
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Edith Farms Paradise

7 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Edith, NT
A beautiful private 100-acre property only 15 minutes from stunning Edith Falls and 30km from Katherine Town. The property has some horses and cows - so plenty of cuteness around for the kids! They are all pets so very friendly and love snacks and people :) All animals are in the paddocks with a fence around it, so you don’t have to worry about a cow or horse next to your caravan in the morning 🐮 Dogs are very welcome as well. There is a special dog area that is fenced off where they can walk around all day if you want to go out exploring or at night time and there is 6 large dog cages in the dog run as well for if there are multiple campers with dogs that want to use the dog area at the same time. I have three caravan sites available on a couple of acres graveled area to make sure that guests are not right next to each other. I also have two sites available for tents or cars with roof top tents away from the caravan area I love meeting new people and always happy to share some great Katherine tips with you.
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Edith’s Farm

1 site · RV, Tent85 acres · Edith, NT
85 Acres of bush land situated 10km off the Stuart Highway and 30km from the town of Katherine. 30km the opposite direction to popular swimming holes - Edith Falls located in the Nitmiluk National Park. Multiple seasonal dams on the block. 10 minutes from ‘Flat Rock’ - a short drive to the Edith river where fishing and swimming can be enjoyed :) No running water or toilet available therefore campers must be fully self contained! Please take all rubbish with you. Dogs under control welcome - please be aware there are dogs on the property :)
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The best camping near Cutta Cutta Caves Nature Park guide

Overview

About

Embark on an adventure through the subterranean wonderland of Cutta Cutta Caves Nature Park. Venture into the heart of the earth to witness stunning limestone formations and rare wildlife. Above ground, the Tropical Savanna Walk offers a glimpse into the resilient flora of the Top End. While there are no campgrounds within the park, the array of activities ensures a memorable visit.

When to go

The ideal time to visit Cutta Cutta Caves Nature Park is between May and October, when the park is open daily from 8:30am to 4:30pm. The transitional month of November sees the park open from 8:30am to 11:30am. It's best to avoid the wet season from December to April, as the park is closed due to flooding.

Know before you go

  • Ensure you book a guided tour to explore the caves, as they are not accessible without a guide.
  • Check the park's status before your visit, as it closes during the wet season.
  • Wear enclosed shoes for the cave tour and carry plenty of water to stay hydrated.
  • Remember that cultural items and wildlife are protected; do not disturb the natural environment.
  • Facilities include a kiosk, public toilets, and picnic areas for your convenience.

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