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“Relaxing and refresing”

Berry Springs Nature Park
Ranked #2 of 81 things to do in Darwin
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: 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 wet season, October-April, the pools may be closed when swimming is considered to be unsafe.
Reviewed 13 September 2018 via mobile

We found this place absolutely relaxing. The views are amazing and the park has plenty of amazing facilities (bbq, toilets, showers etcc...) all in pristine condition what a pleasure. Will come again for sure

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank felipinhos
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"noodles"
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"small kiosk"
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"small waterfall"
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"main pool"
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"lower pool"
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"beautiful spot"
in 38 reviews
"fish"
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"swimming hole"
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"bbq facilities"
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"great place to swim"
in 11 reviews
"clear water"
in 17 reviews
"family picnic"
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"refreshing swim"
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"picnic area"
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Reviewed 11 September 2018

Berry Springs is a hot spring with various pools you can swim and float in. Start at the warmest - at the top, where there is a waterfall to massage your shoulders or go behind it to hide from everyone. Float down the spring (better to bring noodles or pool floats, underneath beautiful greenery to the second pool. Spend hours here swimming and talking to people and then float down to the final pool, where you can jump off trees or use the rope to swing into the water. Areas for lunch and a small kiosk. Just don't float further down stream because there may be the rogue freshie - though they don't bother you if you don't bother them.

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Davina A
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Reviewed 10 September 2018

We went two days in a row as we enjoyed it so much. It is not just the springs. There are lots of BBQ's and seating for picnics etc Noodles are a necessity to float around and enjoy the scenery and serenity. There are three different pools. We chose the third as it was the deepest and not as busy. Best of all it is free There is also a small kiosk to get drinks or ice creams.

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank RHONDA B
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Reviewed 8 September 2018 via mobile

Just loved this place for a beautiful refreshing swim. Lovely bushland to walk through to the waterholes and little waterfalls. Well worth the visit.

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank barbarahoogedeure
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Reviewed 6 September 2018

This place is absolutely great. The water is warm so it's easy to just walk into the springs. Take a pool noodle with you and wear thongs. Hook your thongs onto the noodle so after you have floated down to the next pool, you can climb out, walk back to the start and do it all again. Tiring, but worth it for the fun. As you're floating along, try to keep your feet up as there are some quite big rocks under the water and it's easy to hurt yourself. Great afternoon out for young and old.

Date of experience: June 2018
1  Thank gpdobbs
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