Riverview Tourist Village

NT
Katherine
Dogs Allowed
Katherine is one of the most popular destinations in the Northern Territory, and for good reason. Visitors come from around the world to cruise the Katherine Gorge, bath in natural hot springs, check out the rare birdlife and access the incredible outback regions beyond the town limits. Riverview Tourist Village in Katherine is a caravan park offering visitors excellent facilities while they explore this dynamic town and the rugged regions that surround it. The famous hot springs are literally right on the doorstep of the Riverview Tourist Village, and the park offers a range of accommodation options for those travelling with and without a caravan.

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BBQ
BBQ
Camp Kitchen
Camp Kitchen
Dump Point
Dump Point
Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool
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Kiosk/Store
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Tour Desk
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BBQ
BBQ;
Camp Kitchen
Camp Kitchen;
Dump Point
Dump Point;
Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool;
Kiosk/Store
Kiosk/Store;
Tour Desk
Tour Desk;
Current Deals
Park Info
Katherine is one of the most popular destinations in the Northern Territory, and for good reason. Visitors come from around the world to cruise the Katherine Gorge, bath in natural hot springs, check out the rare birdlife and access the incredible outback regions beyond the town limits.
 
Riverview Tourist Village in Katherine is a caravan park offering visitors excellent facilities while they explore this dynamic town and the rugged regions that surround it.
 
The famous hot springs are literally right on the doorstep of the Riverview Tourist Village, and the park offers a range of accommodation options for those travelling with and without a caravan. There’s cabins, motel units and plenty of powered and unpowered sites. There are three cabins to choose from — family ensuite, ensuite and standard. All are fully self-contained with air-conditioning, TV, and all linen supplied, and the standard cabins have access to bathroom amenities close-by. Motel units sleep three and feature air-conditioning, and a kitchenette with a microwave and coffee/tea making facilities. 

The park is dog friendly and boasts a total of 111 powered sites and 25 unpowered sites, all of which are shady.

For those wanting to stay put and lay low, there’s plenty to keep you occupied. There’s a fabulous tropical pool, large camp kitchen, BBQs and outdoor dining, modern, clean amenities blocks, laundry, free parking and wifi throughout the park. And if cooking’s not high on your agenda, Barra CafĂ© is right next door. The park also has a kiosk and tour desk to book nearby attractions.

The hot springs, right next door are shady, spring-fed, and ideal for safe swimming, soaking weary bodies, sunbaking and picnics. The Katherine Low Level Nature Reserve is three minutes away and a great spot for fishing. Other places of interest worth checking out are Katherine Museum and the five local art galleries, including the Mimi Aboriginal Art and Craft Centre.

A ‘must-visit’ is of course Katherine Gorge in the Nitmiluk National Park. A photographer’s paradise, this eons-old pristine gorge can be explored by walking tracks, a leisurely paddle in a hired canoe or kayak, or with an organised boat tour. You can also get a birds-eye view from a scenic flight or helicopter ride.

If you’re travelling the NT, a visit to Katherine is a no-brainer. So too is a stay at the Riverview Tourist Village. 
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