Situated on the Arnhem Highway, between Darwin and Kakadu, with Adelaide River to the west and Mary River to the east, Corroboree Park Tavern is at the heart of a world renowned fishing region.
Stop in for a cold beer, enjoy a meal, stock up on ice and supplies, or make Corroboree Park Tavern your basecamp, spending a few days fishing and exploring the area. It’s a convenient place to stay, with nearby access to two major river systems, several boat ramps close by and spectacular fishing spots in the region like Shady Camp, Corroboree Billabong and the Adelaide River.
The Mary River Wetlands region is most popular during the Runoff between March and April each year, when the Mary River is teeming with the legendary barramundi.
STAY, PLAY AND FISH NT- MARY RIVER WETLANDS REGION
Huge wide rivers like the Daly and Mary River are prime barra haunts, as are the networks of beautiful waterways and billabongs found in World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park and the Mary River wetlands.
Corroboree Park Tavern is a genuine Territory pub, roadhouse, restaurant, and traveller’s respite, conveniently situated in the heart of some of the most popular spots for anglers.
Recently upgraded, the caravan park has powered or unpowered sites for all, accommodating tents, vans and fifth wheelers, with space for boat trailers available.
New additions to park accommodation are several family cabins.
MUST DO PIT STOP WITH SOMETHING FOR ALL
Located on-site are: a well-stocked grocery store; a wide range of souvenirs and
snacks; walls lined with fishing tackle and local memorabilia; and a full-service kitchen
which dishes up a wonderful range of all-day dining options and pub favourites.
The fully-licensed Tavern is open from 10am daily and stocks a wide selection
of beers, wines and spirits for over the bar or takeaways at Darwin prices.
Whether you’re looking for a light, healthy lunch option or
hearty meal (burgers too big to hold), the kitchen serves tasty,
moderately-priced meals, freshly made in generous helpings.
PROUD HOST OF TWO OF THE NT’S PREMIER FISHING COMPS
Secret Women’s Business held in Sept each year is hotly contested; the women not only fish but have to skipper their boats. This comp is capped due to its popularity at around 50 boats with two to four women per boat. Competitors call the Tavern home for three days… a fantastic group of ladies. Now into its 34th year, the Corroboree Park Challenge is an annual family-focused fishing event. Through the various fun and novelty activities arranged over the weekend, the competitor interaction at the tournament has a heavy focus on involving families and juniors.