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Manton Dam

Try your luck fishing in picturesque Manton Dam. Manton has been stocked with Barramundi (and Wild Saratoga can also be found). Manton Dam features BBQ facilities, picnic areas, walking tracks and a boat ramp for water skiing, fishing/boating and windsurfing. » Visit the Website


The Famous Adelaide River Crocodile Cruise

The huge saltwater Jumping Crocodiles are the stars of this fascinating Cruise, which excites, entertains and educates. This may be your only chance to see the Famous Jumping Crocodiles 'in Action in the Wild'. » Visit the Website


Berry Springs Nature Park

Berry Springs Nature Park provides an attractive area close to Darwin for recreational activities, and also provides a refreshing swimming spot. If you swim with goggles you can see many small native fish and other aquatic life that live in the clear pools. » Visit the Website


The Territory Wildlife Park

The Territory Wildlife Park is set within 400 hectares of natural bushland including wetlands, monsoon forest and a crystal clear spring. The Park showcases the native flora and fauna of the top end of the Northern Territory. Why not visit Berry Springs afterwards for a swim. » Visit the Website


Litchfield National Park

Litchfield National Park protects Top End habitats. It also features numerous waterfalls which cascade from a sandstone plateau called the Tabletop Range, intriguing magnetic termite mounds, historical sites and the weathered sandstone pillars of the Lost City. » Visit the Website


Kakadu National Park

Kakadu is a cultural landscape. It was shaped by the spiritual ancestors of Aboriginal people during the Creation Time. See the magnificent rock art, waterfalls, wetlands, landforms and the Visitors' Centre has something for everyone. » Visit the Website