On a farm just three kilometres off the Stuart Highway at Mataranka are four well appointed cabins within walking distance to the magnificent Bitter Springs Thermal Pools. The cabins are set on an old World War II army site in natural bushland, amongst beautiful red termite mounds.
The campground includes powered sites and is on the banks of the Little Roper River and while maintaining a natural bush setting, the campgrounds have clean toilets, showers, kitchen and laundry. Telstra 3G mobile phone coverage is available and they broadcast wireless internet service (Nomad). Pets are welcome.
2 1/2 Stars Air Conditioning Alarm Clock Australian Tourism Accreditation Balcony Barbeque Birdwatching Blankets Camp Kitchen Camping Canoeing/Kayaking Carpark Communal Kitchen Communal Refrigerator Disabled access available Fishing Hairdryer Laundry Microwave Not Available Private Bathroom Refrigerator Tea/Coffee making facilities Television Walk Walks
The cabins are stylish and well spaced for privacy. Cabins are very well appointed and open plan with sleeping for up to five people. Each cabin has under cover parking, a balcony with bush views and a barbecue.Air Conditioning Alarm Clock Balcony Blankets Private Bathroom Refrigerator Hairdryer Microwave Tea/Coffee making facilities Television
Great for people who enjoy the outdoors, try bush camping on banks of Little Roper River, surrounded by natural bush setting.
Powered sites and reticulated water are provided under large shady paper bark trees. The park has an informal relaxed atmosphere. There are 20 powered sites with shared toilets, showers and a camp kitchen that are kept clean and tidy. Agile wallabies are abundant on the property and barramundi and other fish can be caught in the river. The rare red goshawk nests in the area and birdwatchers are regular guests in the campground and cabins.
Riverside camping is available on the banks of the Little Roper River just a short walk from Bitter Springs Thermal Pools. Campfires are allowed and pets are welcome in the camping sites. Wallabies are abundant in the camp area and barramundi and other fish can be caught in the river. There are rare red goshawk nests in this area and birdwatchers are regular guests in the campgrounds and cabins. There is bore water on tap, toilets, showers, a laundry and camp kitchen.
Check In: 12:00 pm
Check Out: 10:00 am