Tjuwaliyn (Douglas) Hot Springs Park, Douglas-Daly

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Tjuwaliyn (Douglas) Hot Springs Park is a park in the Northern Territory of Australia, located approximately 130 km from Katherine and 200 km from Darwin.

The outstanding features of the park are the thermal springs and wildlife along the river. The park is a popular camping area and resting spot during the dry season.

The park is owned by the Wagiman people, who jointly manage it with the Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory.
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  • If you can go during a quiet time then the place is worth it. However, when we visited it, it was packed with kids splashing around and the actual stream to bathe is quite small so not much privacy...  more »
  • I was visiting NT to spend our anniversary with my husband, who works there most of the year. We spent about 2 hours driving out to the springs from Palmerston, and sighted two wedge tail eagles on...  more »
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  • The natural thermal hot springs are a welcome sight
  • Spent a day and night here. It's not wheelchair friendly, but a great off the beaten track place to spend some time in the hot creek. Collect fire wood on you way in.

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