Mountain Creek Campground offers bush camping within Limmen National Park. Though the Park is very isolated, it offers a wonderful remote experience featuring spectacular sandstone formations, numerous river systems and associated wetlands, and it is also steeped in culture and history. There are 5 available sites.
Limmen National Park is located in the Gulf of Carpentaria in Australia’s Northern Territory and is approximately 305 km southeast of Katherine and 76 km northwest of Borroloola.
The Park can be accessed from Katherine by leaving the Stuart Highway about 10 km south of Mataranka and following the Roper Highway east to the Pt Roper Road, (turn-off 3 km before Roper Bar). From Borroloola follow the Carpentaria Highway for 32 km before heading north along the gravel road for another 44 km.
Please note: GPS Co-Ordinates are approximate and provided in most cases to get you to the National Park entrance. Once inside the park there should be signs to the actual camp grounds. Failing this please check with National Parks for further directions.
FEES & BOOKINGS
Camping Fee per night: Adults: $3.30, Child (5-15 years): $1.65
Family (2 adults, 4 children): $7.70
There are no facilities on this campground.
THINGS TO DO
Limmen National Park is enjoyed by recreational angles, remote campers, and those with an interest in wildlife watching, photography and short walks around the intriguing sandstone pillars of the Southern and Western Lost Cities.
Do not swim in any of the rivers or creeks in the Park – the natural pool at Butterfly Falls is the only place in the Park considered safe for swimming.
Put your rubbish in the bin or take it away with you.
Pets are not permitted in the Park.
The use of chainsaws is not permitted within the Park.
Quad and trail bikes are not permitted off-road within the Park.
The rules listed above pertain to this particular camp site. For more detailed information direct from the National Parks web site, please click on the relevant links below.
FEES & PARK PERMITS, TRAVELLING TIPS, PETS IN PARKS, CROCODILES
We are still in the process of obtaining more information about this site.
Data & Photos courtesy of: Parks and Wildlife Commission Northern Territory.
Address & Contact
via Savannah Way