The renowned barramundi fishing operation Shady Camp is located within the Mary River National Park, under 200km east of Darwin and well within range of a daytrip from the state capital.
Umbrawarra Nature Park protects the stunning gorge and is located 245km from Darwin, with access via the Stuart Highway.
Butterfly Gorge is protected by a nature park and is 130 clicks out of Darwin. Access is via the old Stuart Highway scenic route. The access track is 4WD only and is closed through the wet season each year.
The mighty Savannah Way is a 3,500km+ touring route that bisects the continent from east to west, carving a mighty swathe through the remarkably diverse landscapes of Australia’s Top End.
King Ash Bay is a remote fishing camp located in Borroloola, on the banks of the McArthur River. It’s a mission to get to get out here, but that’s why the fishing is still so amazing.
Litchfield National Park lays 120km southeast of Darwin, access is via Batchelor and the road in is fully sealed