Sullivan Creek camping area

Camper trailer Camping fee Caravan access Disabled Information No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Picnic area Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Crocodile warning Fishing Lookout No swimming Scenic drives

Easily accessed from the Victoria Hwy and a good stopover on the way to WA, this campsite is set on the banks of a permanent waterhole, 17 km east of the Victoria River Roadhouse.

Information

Who to contact: PWCNT Timber Creek (08) 8975 0888


This campsite is located in Judbarra-Gregory National Park

At 13 000 sq km, this park is nearly as big as the mighty Kakadu, and lies in the transitional zone between tropical and semi-arid regions. As a result it has a vast range of habitats, including soaring escarpments, thickly vegetated gorges, flat tropical woodlands and magnificent river systems. There are plenty of significant Aboriginal sites, evidence of early European pastoral history, and campsites galore. Some parts of the park off the Victoria Hwy are accessible to conventional vehicles but in the Wet most areas are inaccessible to all. The other park entrances, off the Buntine and Buchanan hwys, are suitable for 4WD only. 


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