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Corroboree Catch Guest House, Humpty Doo

Corroboree Catch Guest House is ideally located on the Arnhem Highway, just 40 minutes drive from the World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park. Set amongst 5 acres of tranquil bushland, this beautifully furnished elevated home with its polished timber floors and cool spacious verandahs, is the perfect vacation base from which to explore some of the best fishing spots in barramundi country.

After a day discovering the many attractions of the tropical Top End, return to Corroboree Catch Guest House and relax on the breezy verandah, take a refreshing dip in the spa or just chill out in front of the cable television. And if you don’t feel like cooking, take advantage of the meals available at the tavern close by. Corroboree Catch Guest House is great for group bookings, and an ideal family getaway.

Accommodation Options


There are two spacious and comfortable bedrooms available, tastefully furnished with each containing one double and one queensize bed.


For those who don’t wish to sleep in airconditioning, the verandah is a cool and comfortable sleeping alternative. The verandah contains one queen, one double and one single bed, each supplied with mosquito nets.

Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Wilderness

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