Enjoy Your Best Holiday at Manbulloo Homestead NT
Where are you planning on spending your next holiday? If you want a spot that is restful and relaxing and that offers a number of amenities for caravan owners, check out Manbulloo Homestead, off Explorer’s Way NT. This Katherine NT park has a little something for everyone and is sure to be your new favourite destination for your holiday trips.
If you’re ready to plan your caravan trip for next season or need a cabin or hotel room, and want a park that offers pristine views and a relaxing but fun atmosphere, consider why Manbulloo Homestead should be your first choice.
Check out the unique features!
One reason that Manbulloo Homestead is a great choice for your family is that it’s located on a working cattle property, so it offers plenty of shade and soft grass for you to park your caravan and enjoy a picnic or barbecue. The site is pet-friendly so there’s no need to worry about leaving any member of the family back home while you relax.
If you aren’t ready to stay on grounds that are so rustic, you can rent a motel room which hooks up to a communal kitchen. There are also cabins to rent if you prefer something even a bit more private on your holiday! The cabins are self-contained and built on stilts where you can enjoy your own verandah that overlooks the lush banks of the Katherine River.
What to do during your stay.
The Katherine River offers any number of activities for you and your family to enjoy. You can go bush walking and look at the many varieties of birds and other wildlife. There are actually some 134 varieties of birds that have been found here and you can get a checklist to see how many you can spot yourself.
There is also plenty of fishing to do or you might want to try to catch a few prawns while you’re in the water! Whatever your outdoor enjoyment, you’re sure to find something to do while at Manbulloo Homestead, Katherine accommodation, off Explorer’s Way.
Because the site is also a working cattle ranch, you can also get a day’s lesson in tending to cattle and the herds. Get up close and personal with the animals or ask about helping out with some chores! The kids will love it and it’s a fun and relaxing time for the grownups as well.