Northern territory

Caravan Parks in Northern Territory


Whether you want to spend your holiday in a modern, tropical city or in quaint villages along the country, then you will find everything you need in the Northern Territory. With thousands of migrants both from the other five Australian states or overseas, it’s not surprising that the Northern Territory turned into the cultural melting pot that it is today. Nearly all of the Northern Territory’s population live in the state’s five regional centres. These regional centres also serve as services and supply bases for dozens of smaller communities in the region. Darwin and Palmerston are the most populated cities in the Northern Territory, while the Alice Springs and the rest of the Central Region comes in at a close second. The rest of the state population reside in Barkly Region, which includes Tennant Creek and Katherine. Booking your next Northern Territory adventure holiday has never been easier. Campstay offers a great selection of camping options in and around Northern Territory which include family friendly camp sites, motorhome and campervan powered sites, caravan sites and cabins.



76 Mitchell Street, Darwin City, 0800
Next Event Date: 22/10/2017

The 8th Korean Film Festival in Australia The Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) is back for its 8th year and it’s bigger than ever! KOFFIA is the most celebrated annual festival in Australia to showcase the very best and latest in Korean cinema. From Blockbusters guaranteed to put you on the edge of your seat, art-house delights and heart-warming romcoms there’s something in the line-up for everyone! Featuring a complement of 24 features and 3 guest visit sessions, the festival will see over 80 screenings take place across Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide, Hobart, and Darwin. With almost 20,000 people attending the festival to date, the festival expects to double all our figures in 2017. If you are a fan of trying something new and different or are an appreciator of a good film, KOFFIA is a must for all backgrounds and ages! All our films screen with English subtitles.

93 Mitchell Street, Darwin City, 0800
Next Event Date: 23/09/2017

Authentic Rock Star of the violin, Alexandre Da Costa is a true master of the fiddle! With 20 albums to his name and a JUNO award (Canada's 'Grammy' award), you will feel the heroism, the magic and the fire of famous Tangos, Gypsy pieces and other well-known works, delivered to you faultlessly by this internationally acclaimed violinist and pianist Anna Sleptsova. VIOLINXTREME is a rare and irresistible concert for all audiences - young and old, new to classical music or not - a performance to make you fall in love with the violin in all its majesty, time and time again. This concert forms part of the 2017 DEC Concert Series. Discounts apply when booking 3 or more shows in the Concert Series.

5 Traeger Avenue, The Gap, 0870
Next Event Date: 16/09/2017

The Alice Springs Pro Tour Tennis International, a key stop in the Men’s International Tennis Federation’s (ITF) Futures Event, forms part of the Australian Pro Tour and will welcome a host of leading international and Australian professional tennis players.

If love spending time outdoors and always look out for adventure, the Northern Territory is the perfect state for you. Experience the breathtaking landscape, distinct wildlife and ancient culture. Race through immense desert; swim in remote waterholes; brave deep gorges; learn about the region’s rich history. Do what you want. You are, after all, in Australia's Northern Territory. Swim in a cool waterhole and stand under the spray of beautiful waterfalls you can only find in Kakadu. Go to Katherine and relax your mind and body in the town’s thermal springs. If you’re in Darwin, swim in blue-green waters beneath the majestic cliffs. Observe saltwater crocs from the safety of a river tour, or go sailing through age-old mangroves and see a surprising number of dugongs, river dolphins and crocodiles. Whatever your skill level, there are many of fishing areas for both seasoned anglers and rookies. Take a boat out out for deep sea fishing and reel in barramundi in Arnhem Land’s tidal rivers, or cast a line in Kakadu. If you prefer traversing Northern Territory’s rugged terrain, the state has many areas and opportunities for camel rides, overnight trekking, week-long self drive tours and memorable train rides. Spend and afternoon in Kakadu National Park to see Aboriginal rock art. Go mountain climbing and be rewarded with a majestic view of the sunset over the region’s floodplains. Drive a 4WD vehicle through West MacDonnell Ranges and enjoy the breathtaking views from Kings Canyon. End the day with either a helicopter or a hot air balloon ride for a bird’s eye view of Ayers Rock.


Jatbula Trail, Katherine, 0850

17 Mile Falls amaze all who are lucky enough to see them. A hidden gem, the waterfalls can only be accessed by trekkers on the Jatbula Trail. The trail is located in Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge) and is a one way 62 kilometre walk from Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk) to Leliyn / Edith Falls that takes from 4 to 5 days to complete. 17 Mile Falls Campground is the third campground reached walking the trail, popular with walkers with its serene and striking scenery. The falls run throughout the year, fed by a permanent water source with the sandstone plateau acting as a huge sponge that slowly seeps water into rivers and creeks. Toilets and an Emergency Call Device (ECD) are located close by to campsites.

74 Esplanade, Darwin City, 0829

Aboriginal Bush Traders, connecting you with unique, authentic and ethical cultural products and experiences; supporting local Indigenous artists, businesses and micro-enterprises. Local Aboriginal art and craft, unique gifts and homewares coupled with Coffee, Bush Tucker and one of Darwin’s most beautiful locations Situated in the historic Lyons Cottage, Aboriginal Bush Traders is fast becoming one of Darwin’s top attractions. A retail store that melds high quality gift, art and authentic Indigenous product experiences; we also have a modern bush tucker cafe and function facilities. Come down and meet their resident croc, Charlie! Be careful of his big teeth! Or, immerse yourself in some of Darwin’s history in our historical hologram room. Aboriginal Bush Traders is 100% not-for profit, provides avenues for Indigenous people wanting to engage in economic activities in a sustainable way. We specialise in unique, authentic and ethically sourced products from across the Northern Territory.

First Floor, Darwin, 0800

Visit the Aboriginal Fine Arts Gallery in Knuckey Street, Darwin, and browse around a range of traditional and contemporary Aboriginal art and craft. View Aboriginal paintings, works on bark, hand-woven baskets, didjeridus, carvings from Arnhem Land and the Central and Western desert regions, and more. A range of CDs and informative books are also available.

Whether you're in a 4WD, car or a motorhome, you won’t have difficulty driving to the Northern Territory. Sealed highways and well-maintained thoroughfares provide direct routes between Northern Territory, South Australia, Queensland and Western Australia. If you’re feeling adventurous, there are also less direct routes you can choose from. If you’re coming in from Queensland, take Barkly Highway. Alternate routes are available by taking unsealed parts of the Victoria Highway starting from Cairns. If you’re coming from Western Australia, you’d find there are only a few entry points going to the Northern Territory. From the north, you can take Butine Highway or Victoria Highway. Running across the south and Tanami Desert is Tanami Road. Driving from South Australia, go on the Stuart Highway through Coober Pedy and onto the Northern Territory. When you’re in the NT, you will drive through major centres of Alice Springs, Katherine and Tennant Creek and then arrive in Darwin.