Robin Falls, Northern Territory Australia for self drive visitors guide


Robin Falls

Robin Falls

 

: Access driving via the sealed Stuart Highway south from Darwin or north from Alice Springs.

Robin Falls, Northern Territory Australia (Also known in some maps a s Robyn Falls)

Robin Falls Robin Falls, located along Dorat Road near Adelaide River township, off the Stuart Highway
Facilities: Car park
Robin Falls Northern Territory Australia
Enjoy a refreshing dip into the scenic Robin Falls, located along Dorat Road near Adelaide River township, off the Stuart Highway. The falls are reached by a short walk following a crystal clear creek through scenic bush surrounds. The area is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna unique to the Top End and affords lovely views back over the cascading Falls.

A small but rather attractive three-tiered waterfallwhere I had to get up close to view it all.

An idyllic spot to get away from the crowds. An great spot to get away from it all.

The turnoff for Robin Falls is about 11km to 12km south of the Adelaide River township on the sealed but rather narrow Dorat Road (see below). At the turnoff proceed along where it appears to be rather rough and rocky 4wd access. There's a basic car park at the end of the unsealed road and there is where the hike on a trek starts.

Follow the creek upstream where the trail starts off reather easy to read but then it becomes less defined the further you go. Eventually leading to some scrambling over rocks. Then eventually you get to the Robin Falls. Careful around here the rocky surface was slippery ( this appears to be a seasonally feed waterfall).

Overall, allow 45 to 90 minutesfrom the start of the car park and back to your 4wd camper.

Adelaide River was 33km south of Batchelor (around a slow 45 minutes drive) and 115km (around a slow 2 hours drive) south of Darwin.

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Darwin to Alice Springs on the Stuart Highway travel information for self drive visitors guide. 1500 klm a jouney to remember and you have never really known Australian until you visit both Uluru (Ayers Rock), Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk) and Kakadu.

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    Once a sleepy outback town now a small city now a thriving industrial and tourism hub. Darwin city sits on a peninsula, next the outer city of Palmerston 30klm away and outer Darwin small farm lots of 5 acres to 320 acres agricultural lands.

    Darwin Australia


  • Kakadu National Park

    Visit Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia. 2 different access sealed highways into Kakadu it's a desintaion for tourists on vacation seeking a 5 day experience. Visit pristine waters, wildlife cruises and ancient Aboriginal rock art.

    Kakadu National Park


  • Litchfield National Park

    Visit Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory, Australia. Visit nearby Litchfield National Park and see stunning waterfalls and amazing termite mounds and swim safely in crystal-clear swimming holes such as Buley Rock Holes and Lower Cascades.

    Litchfield National Park


  • Katherine Gorge Nitmiluk

    Visit Katherine Gorge in Nitmiluk National Park,Northern Territory, Australia. The most comfortable months to visit the Park are from May to September. The wet season causes flooding of the Katherine River and restrictions on some of the activities available.

    Katherine Gorge
  • Katherine south of Darwin

    Visit Katherine in Northern Territory, Australia! With a population of over 9,804 people Katherine is a modern thriving regional center and excellent town to setup your camp at with it's caravan parks in the town and at Katherine Gorge in Nitmiluk National Park.

    Katherine
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    Visit Mataranka township and just off Stuart Highway in Elsey National Park.the famous Mataranka Thermal Springs is fed by spring water from the Daly and Georgina basins ata volume of 30.5 million litres per day. Surrounded by a palm forest 34C degrees.

    Mataranka Thermal Springs
  • The Devils Marbles

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    Devils Marbles
  • Town of Alice Springs

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    Alice Springs
  • Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park Tourism

    Uluru Kata Tjuta Park

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    Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park