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Holidays with Kids 2017 TOP5

1 BIG4 MacDonnell Range Holiday Park


Coming out on top in the Northern Territory this year is a family-friendly caravan park with a range of accommodation and activities to make your Red Centre experience better than ever. BIG4 MacDonnell Range Holiday Park is a 10-minute drive out of Alice Springs and has everything from unpowered and powered sites to private villas. There is plenty of entertainment for kids, including jumping pillows, playgrounds, swimming pools, go kart hire, a games room, outdoor movies, a basketball court and BMX tracks. Free entertainment is offered between April and September, while year-round there is a complimentary pancake breakfast held every Sunday.


2BIG4 Howard Springs Holiday Park

Howard Springs

3Nitmiluk Gorge Caravan Park


Centrally located a 20-minute drive from Darwin and considered a gateway to the Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks, BIG4 Howard Springs Holiday Park is ideal for those who wish to explore the Northern Territory like never before. Shady, grassed sites are available for caravanners and campers, while cabins and villas surrounded by tropical gardens are available for those who want a more luxe feel. Facilities include a new water park, a giant jumping pillow with shade sails, three saltwater pools, three spas, television room, camp kitchen and a kids’ playground. If you can tear yourselves away from the state-of-the-art amenities and activities, spend some time at one of a plethora of nature reserves.

With a wide range of accommodation options available, including permanent tents, over 40 powered and unpowered sites, chalets and the ultra-luxe Cicada Lodge, Nitmiluk Gorge Caravan Park is the perfect place to base your family as you explore all the red-tinged, natural fun that the Northern Territory has to offer. Dip your toes in the swimming pool and get ready to head out and discover the 292,008-hectare Nitmiluk National Park, which is owned by the Jawoyn people and jointly managed with the Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory. Set out along the Jatbula walking trail and make your way to the Northern Rockhole, which has a gorgeous waterfall and natural swimming pool nestled among the red dirt; just keep an eye out for crocodiles.


4 Wintersun Cabin & Caravan Park

Alice Springs

5 Katherine Holiday Park


Located two kilometres north of the Alice Springs city centre with modern cabins and neat, clean and shade-covered grassy areas available as caravan and camping sites, Wintersun Cabin & Caravan Park is run by Rob and Alison Armstead, locals who have looked after the park for over 10 years. Facilities of this family-friendly park include an inground swimming pool, barbecues, eating areas and not to mention the shops close by. Make the most of your trip and book a tour to explore the surrounding areas, perhaps an adventure to Simpson’s Gap.

Nestled among 18 hectares of parkland that attracts a variety of wildlife and tourists alike, Katherine Holiday Park is only five kilometres west of the town centre. Explore the Katherine and Nitmiluk surrounds, take a dip in the hot springs and then relax in the guest spa before retiring to your modern accommodation for the night. Accommodation options include both cabins and sites, with ‘Safari Tents’ newly available for those that wish to jump on the glamping bandwagon. A must-do? Happy hour while the kids swim in the expansive swimming pool.



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