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Douglas Daly Tourist Park, Daly River

The Douglas Daly Tourist Park is situated on the beautiful Douglas River in a relatively untouched part of the Northern Territory. The park offers a chance to enjoy some peace and quiet. Go bird watching, bushwalking or enjoy the clear, tranquil river with its natural spas and thermal pools.

The fishing is good, the bushland magnificent and the peace unforgettable. There is abundant wildlife, with bandicoots and wallabies coming to feed at the end of each day.

Accommodation Options

Standard Room

The standard rooms are clean and neat donga style rooms with one double bed and a set of bunk beds.

Deluxe Cabins

The self contained deluxe cabins offer a spacious verandah overlooking tropical gardens or the pool area. Each cabin contains a full kitchen, and different bedding configurations are available to suit families, couples, singles or groups.

Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Swimming
  • Wildlife

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