Berry Springs Nature Park, Darwin

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Swim alongside native aquatic life in a series of spring-fed swimming holes at Berry Springs Nature Park. Tropical palms and singing birds surround the long, clear pools, and the mangrove-lined estuary is abundant with wildlife. Facilities include a picnic area with BBQs, changing rooms, and showers. Plan to see Berry Springs Nature Park and other attractions that appeal to you using our Darwin itinerary maker.
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  • We visited Berry Springs at the beginning of April. Not a good time as some areas were roped off still due to the wet, but we still able to get some great photos. Would be lovely during the dry season...  more »
  • We were on a tour from the cruise ship so time was limited. It was very hot that day so we didn't see much wildlife while walking the trails. If it would have been a little cooler walking the trails w...  more »
  • I love nature since I landed in Darwin. Everything seems so perfectly blend. Beautiful scenery with the nature forest scents. Recommended for camping and swimming. So awesome!!!  more »
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  • Great place to stop for a swim before or after visiting Litchfield NP take the circle route through LNP either direction is fine
  • It's quite a nice place but it really gets crowded. Public toilets are not enough for the amount of people and not as clean as you expect. I'm also highly recommend using of insects repellent.
  • Brilliant, cant fault it, nice, spacious and a clean place to swim, BBQ and hangout for the family
  • Fantastic swimming spot under an hour drive from Darwin. Peaceful swimming holes connected by streams with overhanging pandanus trees and a small waterfall. You can see fish swimming in the water if you wear goggles. There's a grassed area with picnic tables, BBQs and nearby toilets. Check signage for closures for swimming.
  • Always amazing place to swim. Make sure you go up to the pool above the water fall