Huge saltwater crocodiles, barramundi, historical sites, birdlife, Aboriginal culture, caves, chasms, gorges and thermal springs! All on a one-million acre, untouched Northern Territory coastal wilderness sanctuary and cattle station, Lorella Springs.
The family-owned station stay is surrounded by Limmen National Park, Aboriginal land and Gulf of Carpentaria coast.
CAMPS Ambassadors Dale and Tracey said, “Our week at this one million acre wilderness sanctuary was full of adventure. We swam in some amazing water holes and spent many hours 4wding around this amazing place.
We left the van for three nights at the homestead and took the tent up to Rosies campground and checked out the Gulf of Carpentaria. We saw huge saltwater crocodiles and even though we could see the Barra, we were unable to land one (Dale did catch a Queenie). Definitely a place to visit again!”
Sounds good, doesn’t it? Enjoy the licensed bar or a meal, are available as well. It is in the higher price range. Facilities you would expect from a site not so remote are here including toilets, showers, water, picnic tables, shade and it has the CAMPS tick of approval.
Images Jan Tucker and Adams Family Travels
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