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Gregory National Park

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Gregory National Park

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Gregory National Park is in Victoria River Region of Australia.


Get in[edit]

The Park may be reached via the Victoria Highway from either Katherine, Kununurra or the unsealed Buntine Highway. Judbarra / Gregory National Park can also be reached via the unsealed Buchanan Highway.


Camping Fees A standard fee applies at Sullivans Creek, Big Horse Creek and Bullita campgrounds. Envelopes are provided at the fee deposit box near the entrance of the campgrounds. Campgrounds along the 4WD tracks are free.

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Refer to NT Parks Factsheet for information on access and Map: [1]

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The Park abounds with walking tracks, fishing spots, 4WD tracks and camping areas. Refer to the ‘Judbarra / Gregory National Park 4WD Tracks’information sheet for more information about the 4WD tracks. [2]

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Safety and Comfort

• Carry and drink plenty of water • Wear a shady hat, sunscreen and insect repellent • Wear suitable clothing and footwear • Carry a first aid kit • Avoid strenuous activity during the heat of the day • Ensure your vehicle is well maintained and equipped. • If using a 4WD track, notify a reliable person of your intended route and expected return time. A satellite phone or emergency beacon is also recommended. • Do not swim - Estuarine Crocodiles may inhabit waterways, observe warning signs

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