East Katherine Caravan & Camping Park
Katherine, Northern Territory, is located three hours south of Darwin and is known for being the place where the outback meets the tropics. Boasting dramatic landscapes, rugged gorges and hot springs, this is a popular destination for self-drive adventures to the incredible Top End. Explore the national parks, caves and waterfalls and learn about the ancient indigenous cultures of the region.
Set amongst lush gardens and palms and located close to the town centre, East Katherine Caravan & Camping Park makes a comfortable option for your Katherine accommodation. The park offers a range of accommodation styles to suit all types of traveller from campsites to self-contained cabins.
Campsites are set over 4 tropical acres and guests arriving with their caravan, camper trailer, motorhome or tent can choose from unpowered, powered and drive-through sites. Dog friendly sites are available to accommodate people travelling with their four-legged friend.
Cabins are comfortable and spacious, ideal for travellers looking for more creature comforts including ensuite bathroom and fully-equipped kitchen. Deluxe Cabins have options with queen bed and multiple single beds ideal for families and groups. Some cabins are dog friendly.
Park facilities are designed to make your stay comfortable and fun, with an on site restaurant and bar, sparkling swimming pool, tennis court and BBQ area. There is a guest laundry ideal for freshening up after your road trip.
Katherine and the surrounding region offers a spectacular range of things to see and do, including national parks, swimming springs and wildlife. Staff on reception will be more than happy to recommend the best in local attractions including guided day tours for activities like canoeing, bushwalking, fishing, cultural experiences and scenic flights.
Katherine Gorge in the Nitmiluk National Park is a highlight with sheer cliffs, waterfalls and indigenous rock art to see. Cruise the Katherine River by boat or canoe or splash out on a helicopter flight to experience the scale of this natural wonder. Take a short drive to the Cutta Cutta Caves for a guided tour of this limestone cave system with its stalactites and crystals and rare bat population.