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Hayes Creek Wayside Inn and Caravan Park, Hayes Creek

Hayes Creek Wayside Inn and Caravan Park is situated on the Stuart Highway, half way between Katherine and Darwin. It’s a great place to stay, with friendly hospitality and the basic supplies you need when on the road. There is a choice of hotel or caravan park accommodation. Fuel, gas, meals, snacks, ice creams and other goods are available from this fully licensed inn.

Accommodation Options

Ensuite Room

The ensuite rooms include the added convenience of a private bathroom.

Unpowered Caravan Site

Unpowered camping and caravan sites are available with access to shared facilities.

Powered Caravan Site

Powered camping and caravan sites are available with access to shared facilities and a power outlet for added comfort.

Budget Room

The budget rooms provide an affordable accommodation option.

Standard Room

The well appointed standard rooms are comfortable and convenient.


  • Caravan and Camping

Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Swimming

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