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Corroboree Park Tavern, Cobourg Peninsula

The Corroboree Park Tavern is situated on the Arnhem Highway, just two hours drive from the World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park. Set amongst 20 acres of parkland with motel rooms, dormitory style bunkhouse, or powered van sites and camping facilities available, it’s an ideal place to unwind after an adventurous day’s touring.

Relax and enjoy a drink or a meal, swim in the refreshing saltwater pool, or visit the pet crocodiles and buffalo. The Corroboree Park Tavern is also close to some of the best barramundi fishing spots in the Territory.

Accommodation Options

Camping Sites

There are 38 powered and 60 unpowered camping sites available, with ablution block facilities.

Motel Rooms

The motel rooms are airconditioned, have double and single beds, with shared bathroom facilities located between the rooms.


The bunkhouse is dormitory style and well suited as a fishing shack, with 12 beds available and is close to the shared ablution block, saltwater pool and barbecues.

Demountable Rooms

The demountable rooms are clean, with a single bed and are close to the shared ablution block facilities.


  • Caravan and Camping

Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Swimming
  • Outback
  • Wilderness

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