Permits may be required to access some parks or to perform certain activities within our parks. Please check the specific park information page, visit our Permits webpage or contact the Parks Permit Office on Ph: (08) 8962 4599 or email: pwpermits@nt.gov.au.

Conditions and access to Parks can change at short notice. We strongly advise checking this site during the planning of your trip as well as before departure.

The responsibility for road closures lies with the Department of Infrastructure, for up to date information on road closures please call 1800 246 199 or visit their website Road Report Website. This site is updated during business hours, Monday to Friday as conditions change.

Park Sites Access Comments Forecast Opening  
Attack Creek Historical Reserve C/A
Park Sites Access Comments Forecast Opening  
Barrow Creek Telegraph Station Historical Reserve Open
Park Sites Access Comments Forecast Opening  
Connells Lagoon Conservation Reserve Closed Flooding in area, roads are impassable
Park Sites Access Comments Forecast Opening  
Iytwelepenty / Davenport Ranges National Park Open; 4WD Only Road conditions are rough and sandy
Old Policeman's Waterhole Open
4WD Only
Road conditions are rough and sandy Edit
Whistleduck Campground Open
4WD Only
Road conditions are rough and sandy Edit
Park Sites Access Comments Forecast Opening  
Karlu Karlu / Devils Marbles Conservation Reserve Open;
Park Sites Access Comments Forecast Opening  
Tennant Creek Telegraph Station Historical Reserve Open

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    29 May 2015  | Ministerial Release

    Minister for Parks and Wildlife Bess Price has congratulated the public for calling in the recent crocodile sightings and has urged people to Be Crocwise at all times.

    "The community is the number one source of alerts to the presence of crocodiles around our popular beaches," Mrs Price said.

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  • Croc team’s expertise on show for Singapore delegation

    Croc team’s expertise on show for Singapore delegation

    23 May 2015  | Ministerial Release

    The Northern Territory's ties with Singapore have been strengthened after a delegation visited the Top End this week to learn about our crocodile management program.

    Minister for Parks and Wildlife Bess Price said Territory rangers are the best in the world in crocodile management and this visit is a true reflection of their excellent reputation.

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  • Territory Made Markets a treat for the Top End

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    23 May 2015  | Ministerial Release

    The newest addition to the popular Territory market scene will again bring to life the beautiful George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens this weekend, with a few new exciting elements.

    Minister for Parks and Wildlife said the lawns of the gardens were the perfect location for the Territory Made Markets.

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  • Public Assistance Sought To Help Catch Croc Killers

    Public Assistance Sought To Help Catch Croc Killers

    22 May 2015  | Departmental Release

    The Parks and Wildlife Commission NT (PWCNT) is reminding the public that killing, selling or possessing crocodiles without a permit is illegal and anyone caught doing so will be prosecuted.

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    Public Assistance Sought To Help Catch Croc Killers

    22 May 2015  | Departmental Release

    The Parks and Wildlife Commission NT (PWCNT) is reminding the public that killing, selling or possessing crocodiles without a permit is illegal and anyone caught doing so will be prosecuted.

    Anyone found guilty of killing crocodiles without a permit could face a maximum fine of $74,500 or five years imprisonment.

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    21 May 2015  | Departmental Release

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