Djukbinj National Park Information
Along the Arnhem Highway, about an hour's drive from Darwin and forming part of the scenic Marrakai floodplains, the Djukbinj National Park contains a portion of the catchment and drainage for the Adelaide River. The abundance of water all year round has ensured the park's importance as a roosting and feeding site for waterbirds, magpie geese, egrets and brolgas.
Leaning Tree Lagoon Nature..
The Leaning Tree Lagoon is a quiet, scenic lagoon that is popular with locals who come to launch a..Window on the Wetlands
Window on the Wetlands Visitor Centre's interactive displays explain the Aboriginal and European..Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve
Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve, approximately 70 kilometres east of Darwin along the Arnhem Highway..Rockhole
The Rockhole, about an hour's drive from Darwin, is another access point to the channels of the..Bird Billabong
The Northern Territory is home to the highest number of waterbirds in Australia as well as some of..Couzens Lookout
Couzen's Lookout is positioned within the Mary River region - a wide expanse of national park land..Mary River National Park
From wildlife-spotting cruises to expert fishing charters, guided birdwatching tours to independent..Barra Shack
The Barra Shack, located in Humpty Doo, offers a variety of belts, bags, diary covers, book covers..Humpty Doo and Rural Area..
The Humpty Doo and Rural Area Golf Club is set in pristine bush land in Darwin's rural area...Manton Dam Recreation Area
Built in 1942, Manton Dam was Darwin's first reliable water supply. Today the dam is a pleasant..