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Mary River Park Cabins, Mary River ( Arnhem Highway)

Situated 32 kilometres from Kakadu National Park, Mary River Park is on the banks of the Mary River in a tranquil bushland setting. Enjoy the natural surroundings bordered by river frontage. The wildlife is spectacular, especially the wallabies, crocodiles and birds. Meals are served in the spacious dining room and bar.

Some activities at Mary River Park include crocodile cruises, wildlife safaris, riverside bushwalks, birdwatching or a stargazing and dinner cruise.

Accommodation Options

One Bedroom Cabin

The cabins, in lush gardens overlooking bush areas abundant with wildlife have attached facilities, bedroom and private verandah.

Two Bedroom Cabin with Interconnection

The two bedroom cabins offer separate rooms and a private verandah. The cabins are set in beautiful landscaped gardens.

Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Bush Walking
  • Cruising
  • National Park
  • Wilderness
  • Wildlife

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