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Located on the Victoria Highway, 285 km west of Katherine and 193 km east of the border between the Northern Territory and Western Australia, you can't miss us. We are a green shady oasis in the middle of the rugged Australian outback. The beer is cold, the food is plentiful and fuel, souvenirs and groceries are available.
We offer accommodation options for all, from air-conditioned motel rooms through to camping areas. There are powered and unpowered campsites on large grassy and shady areas. The complex has dining and bar facilities, plus a pool, spa and supermarket, as well as the usual campground BBQs. It’s a good stopover between Katherine and Kununurra or Gregory National Park. Firewood is usually supplied, and there is bore water which will need to be treated, or you can bring your own drinking water.
The town features several attractions that preserve its rich pastoral and exploration heritage and fishing is one of Timber Creek's biggest draw cards. The beautiful Victoria River, running through deep valleys and gorges, is one of the Northern Territory's most scenic places to catch barramundi. Gregory National Park is Timber Creek’s backyard. Covering an area of approximately 13 000 sq km, the park is home to red-rimmed escarpment ranges, plunging gorges and ancient boab trees.
Watch the nightly turtle and crocodile feeding in Timber Creek at the back of the Circle F Caravan Park and Motel.
Walk from the Circle F Caravan Park and Motel along the heritage trail as it follows Timber Creek to the old National Trust Timber Creek Police Station, built in 1908. It is sign posted with the history of Timber Creek with the occasional park benches to relax upon. In the early morning or at dusk are the best times to observe the local wildlife (wallabies, birds, insects, etc.).
Drive up to the escarpment above town and take in the spectacular views from the ANZAC memorial for the Australian Coast watchers.
Fishing in the untamed Victoria River for Barramundi or mud crabs. Timber Creek runs into the much larger Victoria River a few kilometres out of town.
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