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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
All reviews noodles small kiosk small waterfall main pool lower pool beautiful spot swimming hole fish great place to swim bbq facilities clear water family picnic refreshing dip dry season cool off picnic area shady trees
We visited Berry Springs on our way back to Darwin from Litchfield NP. Arriving late in the day was awesome as we virtually had the place to ourselves. The pools are just beautiful and water so warm and inviting. We swam through all the pools...More
We drove the 45 minute trip from Darwin to Berry Springs. It was a delight to be able to easily enter the water and swim around the waterholes. Even though there were lots of tourists, like us, we didn't feel 'squashed in'. It was peaceful.
We visited three times. Loved the various pools. Good changing facilities. The little fish that nibble your skin became a intense because I had sand fly bites and they would not leave me alone. Loved the swim.
Went out to Berry Springs on our last day in Darwin and thoroughly enjoyed it.
The springs are about 40 Km out of town, but well worth the trip.
The water is warm all the way through from the little waterfall down to the main...More
Such a nice and lovely place to spend the day with friends and family. Green grass covered by shady trees and a nice bbq/picnic area. Close to the natural pools and waterfall, there is a perfect swim spot for everyone.
Modern toilet facilities and a...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.