Timber Creek Hotel & Caravan Park

Caravan Park - Northern Territory


It doesn't matter if you are passing on through on your way to the Kimberly region in the west or to Katherine in the east or want to stop over for a while, we would like to invite you to drop in to our Timber Creek Hotel and Circle F Caravan Park and Motel. 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. Where the beer is cold, the food is plentiful and fuel, souvenirs & groceries are available. 

We also have...

accommodation available in our Circle F Caravan Park and Motel next door

  • Ice, Bait and Tackle

  • Take Away Food

  • BP Fuels

  • Auto Gas/Kleenheat

  • Air conditioned Fully Licensed Dining Room

  • Air conditioned Public Bar

  • EFTPOS Facilities

  • Laundry Facilities

  • Children's Playground

  • for Park Guests, Shaded pool and spa area

Our very popular Circle F Caravan Park sits along-side the Timber Creek waterway. The creek is home to fish, turtles and freshwater crocodiles. Each evening the park staff put on a free evening feeding show that all park guests are welcome to attend and take part in. The park is a green and shady oasis in the rugged and dry Australian outback landscape. Large shady trees line the many powered and unpowered sites throughout the park. We also provide a large undercover BBQ facilities for year around use by park guests.

A reasonable caravan park but BEWARE, they charge based on length and if you are 25ft or over you will be charged $45 for the same powered site that everyone else is charged $35 for! After one night we shifted next door to the WIRIB Tourist Park for $30 and equal if not better facilities and sites, plus better security.

This really is an oasis in the middle of now where. It is half way between Kununurra (WA) and Katherine (NT). Lots of green grass amongst some red dirt. The amenities are old but very adequate. Just nice to sit on the green grass amongst some beautiful trees. Well worth a stop rather than driving the big distance between these 2 major towns.

Correction of Information Notes: Croc and bird feeding now only takes place on Saturdays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Powered Site $45.00
Per Site, per night (2 Adults) - from