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Territory Manor, Mataranka

The Territory Manor was built in 1983 on the original site of PJ Wildlife Park and is constructed from rammed earth and local timbers, capturing the very essence of the Northern Territory and ensuring harmony with the natural environment. The Territry Manor have a fully licensed open-air restaurant, a free barramuni fish feeding show, a wilidlife park and is a convenient base from which to explore the Roper River region.

The property offers a variety of accommodation from motel rooms to powered camping and caravan sites.

Accommodation Options

Standard Motel Room

The standard rooms offer a comfortable and convenient home away from home, designed to reflect the local environs.

Ensuite Caravan Site

There are shady, well grassed camping and caravan sites, with ensuites available.

Powered Caravan Site

The powered caravan and camping sites are shaded and grassed, and offer power for extra comfort.

Unpowered Caravan Site

The unpowered caravan sites are situated in lush, shaded and grassed areas, close to shared facilities.


  • Caravan and Camping

Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Swimming
  • Wildlife

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