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         17km on, Shady Camp has camping, but no shade, and seems to be popular with caravanners who want to settle in          they can’t stand the thought of one more barbecued barramundi – or they run out of water.
So, what is there to see in Mary River NP proper? Rockhole Road is well worth
a drive, with access to the northern end of Hardies 4WD track and the southern end of the Wildman 4WD track. You could also have a look at Couzens Lookout, which is close to the site of the Mary River Wetlands Cruise on Rockhole Billabong (run by Point Stuart Lodge).
If you loved the Corroboree Billabong cruise, or didn’t get the chance to take one, don’t miss this.
Wildman Road is the next unsealed
Mary River NP is 110km from Darwin via Humpty Doo and the Arnhem Highway.        
Point Stuart Road is sealed to just north of the Mistake Billabong turn-off. The rest of Point Stuart Road, as well as Shady                   and Point Stuart Road north of the Shady        no towing.
The last place to stock up on most supplies is Humpty Doo. Fuel, meals
and limited supplies are available at the       Meals are available at Mary River Park and    
For something different, hire a houseboat       141

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