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Beagle Motor Inn - Katherine Hotels

Beagle Motor Inn

2 Fourth Street (Cnr Lindsay St), Katherine - Map
It was easy to check in with no fuss which added to the experience.
Traveller from Darwin, N.T.
Paraway Motel - Katherine Hotels

Paraway Motel

9-9 O'Shea Terrace, Katherine - Map
"Friendly staff, practical room space"
The staff were friendly and although the rooms could use a good Reno they had more than enough space to walk around in and store belongings. It was a very practical. The garden by the pool was a relaxing spot to have a drink. The restaurant was nice and the Katherine Club (known by locals as the RSL) had family affordable meals and was right next door.
A Traveller
Knotts Crossing Resort - Katherine Hotels

Knotts Crossing Resort

Cnr Giles & Cameron Streets, Katherine - Map
Arrived late at night and left early. Was very easy, hassle free.
A Traveller
Cicada Lodge - Katherine Hotels

Cicada Lodge

Gorge Road, Katherine - Map
"Luxury Lodge close to Kathrine Gorge"
Overall very nice experience, spoilt only by some unexpected extra charges. Advertised Breakfast included, but if you would like some eggs you pay extra. At an overnight rate of almost $500 this is poor and totally unnecessary.
Traveller from Sydney
St Andrews Serviced Apartments - Katherine Hotels

St Andrews Serviced Apartments

27 First Street, Katherine - Map
Beds weren't made properly, floors were dirty,bedside lamp didn't work
A Traveller
Katherine Motel - Katherine Hotels

Katherine Motel

3 Giles Street, Katherine - Map
"Close to town easy to get about."
Stayed Three days but nothing to write home about, the rooms were cleaned each day. Was OK pool area was nice .
Traveller from Bairnsdale Victoria
Nitmiluk Chalets - Katherine Hotels

Nitmiluk Chalets

Gorge Rd, Nitmiluk National Pa, Katherine - Map
"Lovely start to a Nitmiluk visit"
Meals at the bistro were good quality and generous serves. Room was clean and comfortable. Beautiful outback setting and lovely pool in the middle of the campground.
Traveller from Darwin, NT, Australia
For those who appreciate the outdoors, Nitmiluk National Park , is an amazing vacation destination. And there is no better …More
Pine Tree Motel - Katherine Hotels

Pine Tree Motel

3 Third Street, Katherine - Map
Nice & clean rooms, basic but all that you need for a short stay in Katherine. Staff gave good recommendations for local restaurants, and were friendly. Pool & barbeque area were ideal for eating & relaxing.
A Traveller
ibis Styles Katherine - Katherine Hotels

ibis Styles Katherine

Stuart Highway, Katherine - Map
4.0 out of 5 (164 reviews)
The ibis Styles Katherine is located near the Katherine town centre and offers 100 comfortable rooms, a restaurant, bar …More
Palm Court Budget Motel Backpackers - Katherine Hotels

Palm Court Budget Motel Backpackers

Cnr Third & Giles St, Katherine - Map
"Average Accommodation"
If you are looking just to stay overnight then this one is okay. Nothing great and exciting but functional. It serves its purpose. It is a budget motel so do not expect anything cosy. It has a parking area which was great and a pool if you want to cool down. However, just a suggestion an addition of TV in the room where we stayed would be nice and the advertised free wifi was not really free, so I suggest wotif to please change it as they charge $10 per day.
Traveller from Darwin

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    Pocket Guide: Katherine

    Ready to become a modern-day explorer in the Australian wilderness? Katherine is one of the major towns in the Northern Territory’s "Top End". It might be smaller in size and population than Darwin and Palmerston, but it’s the centre of activity in the Katherine region, which stretches over 480,000 square kilometres. The Territory itself is a huge place – Katherine is 320km south of Darwin – and we’ve got a choice collection of Katherine accommodation options so you can explore it all for yourself.

    In 1862, European explorer John McDouall Stuart came across the river that flows through town and named it after expedition leader James Chambers’ second daughter. The town itself took its name from the river and voilà – Katherine was born. Now it’s your turn to do some exploring.

    Why not begin your trip by soaking away your worries at Katherine Hot Springs, a series of clear pools surrounded by rock walls and native plants. Swim in the warm water then wander along the walking paths or take some time out at one of the shady picnic areas. If you really want to experience nature, make sure you visit Katherine Gorge. The Gorge is part of Nitmiluk National Park and with 12 kilometres of 70-metre high rock walls, it’s a wonder to behold. You can take a guided tour or go your own way and canoe, camp or bushwalk your way through Nitmiluk.

    Cutta Cutta Caves Nature Park is 27km south of Katherine and stretches out over 1,499 hectares of land. This is where you can take a guided tour below the earth and explore a maze of limestone caves full of endangered ghost bats, an experience that’s truly unique to Australia. While you’re in the Territory, you might as well check out the rest of the Top End. About four hours away is Kakadu, the country’s biggest national park, which features the largest collection of Aboriginal rock art in the world. Litchfield National Park is also worth a visit for its swimming holes and to see the magnificent waterfalls cascading from the top of the Tabletop Range.

    Closer to town, the Katherine Historical Museum is dedicated to preserving Katherine’s past. It showcases historical photos, Indigenous artifacts and the Gypsy Moth plane of Clyde Fenton, Katherine’s first "flying doctor". Katherine also has five art galleries including Djilipin Art Gallery and Mimi Aboriginal Arts & Crafts. If you need get a bite to eat or want to do some shopping, Katherine’s city centre has restaurants, cafes, fast food and a 5 Star Supermarket, as well as a Centro shopping centre with a Woolworths and other speciality stores.

    With all the exploring there is to do in the NT, you’ll definitely need somewhere to stay so you can rest up for the next day. Check out our range of Katherine hotels and start planning your Top End adventure today.

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