The Central Valley campgrounds 2 and 3 are now complete and will be open for visitors from this Saturday.
These campgrounds mark the completion of the $17.5 million Turbo Charging Tourism project.
More than 300,000 people visit Litchfield National Park every year and the addition of Central Valley has created 32 new campsites across 3 campgrounds in Litchfield.
Territorians have also embraced Central Valley, with 99 per cent of camp bookings for Campground 1 coming from local residents.
The campgrounds have drop toilets, information shelter, and are accessible by four-wheel-drive vehicles only.
Each of the campgrounds has something slightly different for visitors, with Campground 1 offering direct access to a spring-fed creek, and campgrounds 2 and 3 offering more family-friendly bush camping with a short walk to the water.
The project supported 96 jobs during construction.
To book a campsite, visit here
Quotes from Minister for Parks and Rangers, Nicole Manison
“This is fantastic news for visitors and locals, just in time for the Dry Season.”
“The Territory Labor Government is investing in our parks, to drive jobs for Aboriginal Territorians, boost tourism and strengthen the economy.”
“Litchfield National Park is a huge drawcard for the Top End and these new camp grounds are a great excuse to get out and explore one of our iconic national parks.”