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Goorrandalng Campground

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2 Reviews

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Irmgard G.
3 years ago
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Nicole M.
5 years ago

Amazing Camp site. We went on the Ranger Walk with Christian, he was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the land. We learnt so much about the park, plants and aboriginal culture. I highly recommend a visit.



Location

Keep River NP,
Northern Territory

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Listing type
Campsite
Caravans
Yes
Management
National Parks
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Average temperature

January
L 25°C
H 36°C
February
L 25°C
H 35°C
March
L 24°C
H 36°C
April
L 22°C
H 35°C
May
L 18°C
H 33°C
June
L 15°C
H 31°C
July
L 15°C
H 31°C
August
L 15°C
H 33°C
September
L 20°C
H 37°C
October
L 23°C
H 39°C
November
L 25°C
H 39°C
December
L 26°C
H 38°C
Source: Meteostat

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