Find a Holiday Park in Northern Territory
Northern Territory Highlights
If you have a big bucket list for travel, the Northern Territory would have to be somewhere near the top. There’s nowhere on earth like it: a place where much of its ancient history is still to be discovered. Some of the oldest fossils on the planet, home to an indigenous community dating back tens of thousands of years, and landscapes both rugged and beautiful at the same time.
It’s where nature is still in an almost pure form; night skies dazzling with stars, thick rainforests and wildflowers, and gin-clear rivers and estuaries absolutely brimming with life.
The Top End is a travel favourite with young families, adventurers, empty nesters and international guests wanting a taste of Australia’s legendary outback.
That they keep going back for more is testament to the breadth of opportunities, the incredible weather and the unparalleled scenery.
Caravan Parks in NT
BIG4 has caravan parks in the best locations in Australia. In the NT those locations are always growing. You can find some of our best caravan parks in Darwin, Alice Springs and Katherine – all three are iconic tourism hotspots for thousands of travellers every year.
Camping in NT
The best time to be in the Top End is in winter, especially if you want to get close and personal with nature on a camping holiday. BIG4 has camping grounds located in our parks throughout the Northern Territory, and with glamping now one of the fastest-growing camping styles, you’ll be able to have the holiday you seek in one of the world’s last frontiers, including luxury stays and cheap getaways.
Cabins in NT
Sometimes a roof over your head means everything, and you’ll find a perfect blend of luxury and comfort in any of the BIG4 parks you choose throughout the Northern Territory. Travel and explore the legendary Top End knowing that - unlike a motel stay - the quality and consistency offered by BIG4 Holiday Parks will be available wherever you go.
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