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              Above: Corroboree Billabong wildlife. Top right: Mary River NP is known for its breathtaking wetlands. Right: Very good facilities throughout the park.
     although the billabong cruise will have already introduced you to a dozen or so (depending on the time of year).
Next up for a roadhouse campground is Bark Hut. Access to Annaburro Billabong is across the road, but this is not always open so check at Bark Hut for information. Point Stuart Road, 18km further on the Arnhem Highway, is the main road with access to Mary River National Park.
If you haven’t already set-up camp, there are three options from here: Couzens Campground is at the end of 18km-long Rockhole Road and is perfect for those who want a secluded bush camp;; Point Stuart Wilderness Lodge is 40km north of the turn-off and offers such creature comforts as showers, a swimming pool and a saloon, as well
as boat hire from Shady Camp and a wetlands cruise from Rockhole. Another

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