Central Valley Campsites Open This Weekend


Brand new campsites and swimming areas will officially open in Litchfield National Park this weekend.

The first campground in the northern section of the Territory Labor Government’s highly-anticipated Central Valley development will offer 10 new campsites for visitors to enjoy from Saturday 14 August.

The area will allow campers direct access to swim in and enjoy spring-fed creeks.

The campground also includes drop toilets, an information shelter, and will be accessible for four-wheel-drive vehicles only

The completed works make up stage 3 of the $17.5 million Turbo Charging Tourism project.

Once all construction is complete, Central Valley will add 32 new campsites across three separate campgrounds to Litchfield National Park.

The project has created more than 96 jobs during construction so far.

To secure a spot, Territorians and tourists will make a booking. For information on how to book, please visit the Campground bookings for Central Valley - Litchfield National Park page.

Quotes from Minister for Parks and Rangers Selena Uibo:

“We are so excited to announce the opening of the first of these magnificent new campsites, which will be yet another drawcard for visitors to Litchfield National Park.

“Central Valley will be yet another tourism gem for the Top End, and this is why we are continuing to invest to ensure we maximise everything it has to offer.

“This Government is committed to protecting and conserving our parks, and these upgrades will ease overcrowding with new camping, swimming and walking spots to please visitors of all ages.”

Quotes from Minister for Tourism and Hospitality Natasha Fyles:

“The Territory Labor Government remains focused on planning for our future, and this includes developing our vibrant parks, and creating new experiences for more visitors.

“The design and construction stages for this multi-million dollar Turbocharging tourism project have been a driving force for our regional economy – they have led to more jobs for Territorians, and more money flowing through local business.”

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