Palm Court Backpackers

Address: 11 Third Street, Katherine, Top End, Northern Territory, 0850, Australia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 11 Third Street, Katherine, is near Manyallaluk Aboriginal Community.
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    Travel Blogs from Katherine

    Nitmiluk National Park

    A travel blog entry by emmaandcraig on Apr 05, 2015

    28 photos

    ... we forgot what we got up to.

    The next morning we got up slightly tired from all the grunting from the Wallabies running around the camp grounds and made it to the Nitmiluk centre to organise a ferry ride to the Southern Rockhole. This was the best plan out of the three initial ideas of going on a cruise, going on a walk or hiring a canoe as they were either stupidly expense or meant spending too much time in the sun ...

    Bill, the Cattle Truckie

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 24, 2014

    7 photos

    ... civilisation and very few of the positives.

    *Shortly after leaving Timber Creek we come upon a great photo opportunity – a 3 trailer roadtrain has pulled over. It is full of cattle, 192 to be precise. Each trailer has two tiers of animals. On this occasion, upper deck would be best –less leakage! They are being transported to Darwin for slaughter – a journey of 800 km. They will not be watered until they reach ...

    Timeless Land

    A travel blog entry by skye.roxby on Oct 10, 2014

    8 photos

    ... you could certainly hear them everywhere. The gorge is one of the most stunning natural rock formations in the Territory, everywhere you looked there was picture postcard scenery. Yes, is was dry and there wasn't as much water in the gorge as there would have been a few months ago but that didn't change its beauty. We were guided by a member of the local Jawoyn tribe and he told us all ...

    Day 15 Katherine Gorge National Park

    A travel blog entry by elainedaniels on Sep 23, 2014

    5 photos

    ... certainly make the long drives more interesting - at times you don't even want to stop driving if you are in the midst of a gripping part in the story. We arrived in Katherine just after midday and our first stop was the tourist information centre. We decided that we would camp at Katherine Gorge rather than in Katherine itself so we got some information about camping and tours at the gorge. We bought some lunch from a nearby ...


    A travel blog entry by john.wekking on Aug 20, 2014

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    ... and open. Camp nearby too. Still too deep for comfort, wished I had bought a noodle so I could have ventured further.A very pleasant 32c and 34c out of the water, little humidity so very pleasant .Short hop to Katherine, only 100km. Stopped off at Cutta Cutta Caves but didn't have enough cash to take tour, no EFTPOS there. Stayed at Shady Lane Tourist Park.Booked dawn cruise on Katherine Gorge tomorrow. so have to be away 6.15am in the ...