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Berry Springs Nature Park, is a great location close to Darwin where you can enjoy a refreshing swim and a BBQ. A great place to unwind after spending a day at the Territory Wildlife Park. Please check our website for access to swimming. During the...more
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Cox Peninsula Road, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
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This is one of the few natural places you can swim in around Darwin. The water is fresh and clear, and very refreshing. The place is lovely for picnics too, although you might want to bring bug spray. Some times of the year the water...More
A nice place to stop by for a picnic and a dip, however adhere to signage and DO NOT SWIM if they tell you not to, crocodiles are abundant in Darwin and can walk miles for a new water source, other than that its a...More
We travelled here when it was extremely hot so it was ideal as not too far to walk from the carpark. Some lovely shaded areas and picnic spots so nice to get some places to cool down and the lovely pools and waterfall make it...More
What is a top spot and very enjoyable pales slightly when just an hour or two after you have braved the pools the radio announces a Croc has been sighted, later captured & removed. Puts a bit of a shadow on the day ! It's...More
with 3 large swimming holes ( all connected ) , plenty of shade , great picnic areas , steps in & out of the swim holes , & FREE entry - Berry Springs is one of the most enjoyable & the most affordable places to...More
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We swam at Berry Springs in July and it was on a Monday we saw a notice on the Friday when we got home saying they had caught a 1.6 meter crocodile at the very spot we had been swimming in. They closed Berry Springs whilst... More
We swam at Berry Springs in July and it was on a Monday we saw a notice on the Friday when we got home saying they had caught a 1.6 meter crocodile at the very spot we had been swimming in. They closed Berry Springs whilst they removed the crocodile and reopened it once they where sure it was safe to use again. There where heaps of people swimming there when we where there Im sure they keep a pretty good lookout for any crocs because so many go there.