Lazy Lizard Tavern & Caravan Park

Caravan Park - Northern Territory

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The Lazy Lizard is in the heart of historic Pine Creek in Australia's Outback Northern Territory. Perfect base for Bird Watchers. It is also at the gateway to World Heritage Listed Kakadu National Park. Come and experience the rustic charm, warm welcome and great food at the Lazy Lizard.

The Lazy Lizard Tavern is a unique outback tavern. It is constructed from termite mound-mud brick, and local ironwood featuring beautifully carved images of the local wildlife, a Must See!    

Accommodation includes self-contained air-conditioned cabins, single room and backpacker accommodation.

Our caravan park is the way it should be...Green and Clean with numerous powered and camping sites. Camp in the tropical surroundings amongst a variety of bird species such as red collared lorikeets, red wing parrots, northern rosellas, galahs, blue faced honey eaters and the great bowerbird. If you are up early you may also see the hooded parrot.

Powered sites AUD $30 per night for 2 persons and AUD $6 per extra person

Unpowered camp sites AUD $17 per night (for 2 people, AUD $6 per extra camper)

We regret that we cannot take bookings for campsites. If you arrive after the shop has closed, please see the staff in the tavern..

We are pet friendly-the 4 legged family members are welcome, but please keep them on a lead.



cmca.100668
 15/08/2020
One of our long time favourites, but this well run business does not rest on it's laurels. The facilities have been renovated and are even better. The sites are well grassed. There is a nice pool with a shade sail. The tavern has real modern outback charm, there are no collections of dirty old caps or bank notes here. Everything is clean and well maintained. There is an airy camp kitchen with microwave and barbeque.

CMCA User
 17/05/2016
This is one of those little gems you dont want to advertise. A small caravan park close to the centre of Pine Creek it has van sites around a grassed oval. Many sites are shaded. It has its own quaint charms not the least of which are the corrugated iron dunnies and showers. There is a resident camp host on site in high season. Out front there is a petrol station a shop for those urgent necessities and very helpful staff at the front counter. Watch out for the building blocks in the bar cut from termite mounds still with embedded bits of grass but no termites. A post office is just across the road and bits of railway track are still visible from the time when it was a major supply point for the war effort.
cmca.100668
Powered Site $30.00
Per site, per night (2 adults)

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Unpowered Site $24.00
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