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Caravanning In the Northern Territory
The Northern territory is a vast and isolated area with varying climes, from an arid desert, to a subtropical coastline; wild life and adventure are abound. There is no better way to travel this great land than with a caravan being towed behind your car and your family sitting along. It’s the perfect place to escape the cold winters down south.
A small little town 31 km south east of Darwin CBD it’s a charming place with under 2,000 local residents. It’s the perfect place to tow your caravan and relax and let the kids run around. The warm subtropical weather is the best way to escape the south’s winter chill. Darwin Boomerang Motel & Caravan Park has many things to offer such as a choice between concrete or grass camping sites. All their camping sites come with their own tap and power. There are many activities to keep yourself occupied if you want to go around and explore. If you want to go fish for some Barra there’s a nearby Barra shack. There’s also a fishing lure factory in town so you can stock up on your favourite tackle. For those feeling lucky during the dry season there’s a free bus shuttle to go to the Sky Casino. The kids may enjoy such things as the Emu farm, wildlife cruises, and the park. If what you were looking to do was sit back and relax, maybe take in the scenery, the Orchid garden or a cruise around the harbour would be a good place to unwind. You’ll find it at 30 Virginia Rd Virginia NT 0835. Bookings can be made by calling (08) 8983-1202.
Curtin Springs Wayside Inn & Cattle Station is just that, it’s a station it’s in the dead smack middle of nowhere on the side of the Lasseter Highway. This place is the exact opposite of Virginia, it’s a red earthed arid desert situated 85 km east of Yulara and the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. So if you want to feel the solace of the desert, hearing the dry wind blow sipping what little moisture you have off your brow, this is the place for you. If you want to see Uluru (Ayer’s Rock) it’s only a bus ride away. There are also 8 hour guided tours that will bring you through the arid outback to mount Conner in the red centre of the continent. See the sunset on the beautiful outback from Mt. Conner while sipping some sparkling wine. The camp ground has only 8 powered sites for $25 per night or un powered camping anywhere on the grounds. Also note that due to the scarcity of water in this area it will cost $3 per person to take each shower. There is a restaurant and bar as well as Wi-Fi and an internet booth if you really need to get in touch with the rest of the world. To make a booking or inquiry give them a ring at (08) 89562906, the Severin family are the ones managing the whole operation the address is Curtin Springs Station, Lasseter Highway, NT but you won’t need that because it’s impossible to miss as long as you’re on the Lasseter Highway.