Douglas Daly Tourist Park is alive with wildlife

bandicoots, wallabies, native quolls and there are over 100 different varieties of birds.

Explore the cool crevices in the rock face of beautiful Butterfly Gorge which provide shelter for thousands of common crow butterflies.

Get back to Nature

Oolloo River Crossing has proven to be an excellent spot for Barramundi fishing in the early dry and for Black Bream all year round with less crowds than the more popular Daly River Area. Powerful saltwater crocodiles lurk beneath the tranquil waters, and millions of migratory birds visit the area each year.

Douglas Daly Tourist Park is located midway between Darwin and Katherine, and an easy scenic drive from both destinations. Our park is just off the Stuart Highway, 7km past the hot springs turn off.

The Douglas Daly region is famous for its fishing, and also boasts hot springs, gorges, bushwalking and abundance of wildlife. The Arches Waterhole, twin pools, thermal pool and natural spa are situated in the park.