Great afternoon to get out of Darwin and enjoy the hot springs. Good pools for children to swim in also.
Pretty exciting to see the volume of water shooting down the river and over the upper level of steps to the swimming holes. Some very cool mushrooms in the area (NOT halucinogenic).
The springs were closed when we visited but that did not stop us from appreciating the natural beauty of the spot. Must be awesome to swim here in the dry.
After a long walk through the NT Wildlife Park it was great to sit under the waterfall and let the warm water give our backs a beautiful massage. We took a picnic but you can buy a drink from the Kiosk.
Lovely little area for a swim. Can get very busy so avoid weekends if you can as many locals go for picnics with family and friends. Get there early and you will have the place to yourself. There is a little kiosk there that sells drinks but otherwise take your own picnic.
I live in Darwin and this is my favourite place. A lot closer and less croweded then Litchfield Park. Go early morning until about 10am or after 3pm so it is cooler and there is less people
Bit of a let down after swimming at the Falls in Litchfield Park and seeing the warning signs about the quality of the water was off putting.
to be fair we had just spent time at Litchfield National Park where we swam in beautiful water holes and under water falls, so Berry Springs came in way behind that. But the disappointment is in the fact you are warned not to put your head under the water as it is "not safe". so it kind of took the... More
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