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Garig Gunak Barlu National Park Camp Sites
It is about 570 km (by road) northeast of Darwin on the Cobourg Peninsula. Access is via an unsealed road (4WD only) through Arnhem Land. The roads are usually open in the dry season (May - September), depending on the rains. Roads can be closed for ceremonial reasons with little notice
A permit is required by visitors to stay overnight in the Park, whether you arrive by road, air or sea. Book well in advance especially during the school holiday periods in the dry season. In quieter times, allow two days to process permits. Supply alternative dates if you can. only 20 vehicle permits to enter the park are issued at any one time.
Write to or phone for permit applications:
Road access - A fee of $232.10 applies per vehicle (Camping Fee $220 plus Transit Fee $12.10). This covers up to 5 adult passengers for up to 7 nights. Extra adult passengers - $11.00. Children under 16 years - free.
Air and sea access - Camping permits are required if staying overnight. Fees of $16.50 per person per night apply. Camp in designated camping areas only.
There are two camp grounds: Camp ground No.1 - Generators are not permitted, Camp ground No.2 - Generators are permitted.
Further information can be obtained from the Ranger Station.
NT Dept of Natural Resources, Environment