Wirib Tourism Park sits between Katherine and Kununurra on the Victoria Highway in the Northern Territory.
Indigenous owned, Wirib welcomes all travellers, but we are particularity well set up to service caravanners and campers with heaps of shady, large, powered and unpowered camping spots. We have a communal bathroom, communal kitchen, coin operated laundry and lovely cooling pool where you can cool off, have a sun downer and catch up on travelling news from the other travellers in the park.
Our store is stocked with fresh supplies, made to order food, pastries, yummy coffee and freshly baked bread. We boast the cheapest fuel in town, and the friendliest service. Fuel is available every day.
We are a relaxed park that welcomes pets and we have a few pets of our own. In the creek that runs through the back of the property we have freshwater crocodiles that you will see if you’re quiet and patient. The birds are amazing too.
An ideal spot to stay if you’re fishing on the Victoria River or exploring the Gregory National Park, we have a range of rooms to suit any group size.
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Powered and camping sites are currently free until the end of the wet season.