A tropical oasis just waiting for you, only 10 minutes from the heart of paradise - that’s Discovery Holiday Parks – Darwin. This is the closest park to Darwin City and an essential destination during your Top End adventure.
Situated in lush, tropical landscaped gardens and giant shady trees, our park offers ample and spacious accommodation. Choose from a studio, cabin or villa, as well as powered or un-powered sites ideal for holidaymakers or workers alike. If you are a contractor looking for short or long-term accommodation requirements, we can certainly help.
You’ll love the range of facilities, including the convenience of a full laundry with coin operated washing machines and dryers, the spotlessly clean amenities and fantastic BBQ area. Indulge yourself - relax in a sun lounge before taking a dip in our sparkling pool. There’s easy internet access from the kiosk and lounge area and ample parking.
We pride ourselves on providing customer service which is second to none, including the benefits of local knowledge. There are so many things to see and do, you’ll be spoilt for choice!
- On-site dining hall
- Camp Kitchen
- Covered free BBQ facilities
- Covered Salt water Swimming Pool - outdoor
- Grey Water dump area
- Liquor Licence daily 10 am till close
- Port-a-potty waste dump area
- Tour Desk
THINGS TO SEE AND DO
Ride the Tour tub
Explore Darwin and its historic sites on Australia's only unique open air bus – just hop on and off at any stop. Friendly guides provide live, informative commentary. Sit back and discover our exciting and beautiful tropical city, including World War II history and Darwin before and after Cyclone Tracy.
Australian Aviation Heritage Centre
From the WWII Spitfire to a gigantic B52, this centre boasts an impressive presentation of aircraft and displays depicting the NT’s longstanding involvement in aviation. One of the major aviation museums in Australia and one of Darwin’s must-see attractions.The massive B-52 bomber is on permanent loan from the United States Air Force, one of only two on public display outside the USA.
Litchfield and Jumping Crocs Cruise
Have you ever seen a crocodile jump? Prepare yourself for an eye-popping, one day tour led by experienced and knowledgeable guides. Enjoy an air-conditioned boat cruise on the mighty Adelaide River to see crocs jump in the wild. Travel in air-conditioned comfort to Fogg Dam to view waterlillies and birdlife, see Wangi Falls, Tolmer Falls and the Buley Rockholes - a famous swimming paradise. Plenty of time for swimming, walking and relaxation.
This $32 million, three story venture in the heart of Darwin occupies almost an entire city block. See iconic Top End Saltwater Crocodiles from three months to 80 years old in eight purpose-built displays viewable from all three levels. Bring your bathers and “swim with the crocs”, smile for the camera while holding a baby Saltwater Crocodile and check out Barramundi, Sawfish and Whip rays in our 200,000 litre fresh water aquarium.
Lose yourself in a National Park
Darwin is the gateway to the Top End’s three major National Parks; Kakadu National Park, Litchfield National Park and Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Park. You’ll never forget your visit to these very special places.
- Kakadu National Park
- Litchfield National Park
- Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Park