Things to Do

Dundee Beach Holiday Park is perfectly positioned at Dundee Beach, Northern Territory, only 140km from Darwin on all weather sealed roads. We have access to pristine beaches and home to some of the most unspoiled fishing areas in the Top End. With a public boat ramp accessible by any car (and most tides) makes fishing in Dundee easier than ever.

Relax around the Park

Relax and enjoy a superb meal soaking up the spectacular sunsets from our beachfront location and revelling in Dundee’s peaceful, tropical lifestyle. At your fingertips is outstanding fishing, crabbing, sunsets, turtles, beaches, bird watching and reconnecting back with nature. Some things to do around the park:

  • Relax around the pool and BBQ
  • Sunset drinks overlooking beach 
  • Beach walk to Boss Creek, maybe catch a glimpse of the turtles on the untouched beaches (be aware of Jellyfish if paddling)
  • Dry season markets (May - October)

Fishing and Boating

You can fish on shore from the rock wall and beach and we have a public boat ramp right here beside the Holiday Park. There are other boat ramps nearby, be aware of tides and crocodiles! Or enquire about hiring or booking a charter boat.

Other Boat Ramps:

  • 6 Pack Creek: 20.5km from the park
  • Bynoe:  34.5km from the park 
  • Finnis  (fresh water):  38.2km from the park

Explore the Area

  • The region has a diverse range of wildlife hbitats including rain forest, wetlands, open woodlands and estuaries
  • Bird watching, turtle experiences, bushwalking and whale watching are all at your fingertips (make sure you have your camera in hand)
  • War memorial, picnic tables and cliff beach walk is 4.8KM from the park (be aware of walking along the edge)
  • Magnetic Termite Mounds, these mounds are 'magnetically' aligned to avoid the hot afternoon sun (known as Ant Hill grave yard)
  • Litchfield National Park, same distance from Darwin, 115KM from the park
  • Territory Wildlife Park, 84KM from the park
  • Two wet season small swimming holes, 0.8km and 20.5km from the park 
  • 4WD beach to the Finnis river (some of this is private property)