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Boasting an outdoor pool, a bar and BBQ facilities, Pine Tree Motel is set among tropical gardens. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi, garden views and access to a shared terrace. Great breakfast buffet. Friendly staff. The bed was fantastic. Lots of pillows. Refrigerator in room. Swimming pool was lovely, had a nice little water feature and at night the blue lighting was nice to stare out at while we were chatting with friends. The manager is very sweet and helpful.
Knotts Crossing Resort offers air-conditioned rooms with private bathroom and cable TV, just 1.2 mi from Katherine town center. It features an outdoor swimming pool, plus a restaurant and bar. It had lots of space, nice size bathroom, it was clean and had everything we needed
Beagle Motor Inn is located in Katherine and has a garden and a bar. Boasting a tour desk, this property also provides guests with an outdoor pool. Free WiFi is at guests' disposal. Staff were very helpful n friendly. Booked our gorge tour no hassles at all n told us where to get good feed for our tea. Overall fantastic will be recommending the beagle to my friends.
Located in Katherine, Shady Lane Tourist Park provides accommodations with free WiFi, air conditioning and access to a garden with an outdoor swimming pool. Location was convenient but just out of Katherine which was great. Great accommodation - clean, comfortable and spacious. Reception helpful. Facility had a pool and washing and drying facilities. Self contained units with distance from other units for privacy
Katherine was a revelation!!! we had such a great time. it allowed us to day trip to a number of locations and it provided everything we needed from a base location.... great restaurants, great coffee down by the hot springs..... amazing food van and wonderfully friendly service everywhere
Katherine is a small town so dont expect too much from facilities, but.there are amazing natural things to see, definetely go to the Hot springs, the top pool is nicest, but not if you are incapicated physically as it is a bit of a challenge getting in and out again, stick to the lower ones, take a picnic and make a day of it, get up early and take the 100k drive to Mataranka thermal pools for the day, perfect spot, safe and great for kids.The first turn off is Bitter Springs, which is part of Mataranka, this is nice but not the best part, if you go here defintely take goggles as there is a underwater jurassic looking forest, amazing and the plants are almost bioluminescent, pretty amazing. go back to the highway and head out of mataranka about 4ks and turn off to the actual Mataranka thermal pools, which btw are not hot ,the service station at Mataranka has good snacks and a great bakery. Take a cruise up the Katherine Gorge, great day trip and photo ops, dont expect to go to Cutta Cutta Caves as they have been closed all year due to Covid, but you can check all info on the Nt govt Tourist website. We had dinner both nights at the Katherine club, great staff, great food, not a huge menu but everything was fresh and fast and really good, never had better Oysters, so so fresh im sure they looked at me.:-)....reasonably priced. Woolworths is well stocked and the same as town prices, takewaway food is really expensive in Katherine, you can also swim at the low level but as a local Territorian I wouldnt, (giant lizards), also dont forget you cannot drink alcohol in public areas, and always lock up and dont leave items in view in your vehicles, all in all theres a lot to see just tripping about and nice spots to cool down, take care and have fun.
The hot springs was worth a visit, best to visit when hardly anyone there i.e. 6:00/6:30 am, or in the evening around the same time (12 hours later). *Note: there is no lighting. The water I would describe as lukewarm. There is a mobile cafe up on the hill most days (good coffee). The toilet block wasn't open the days that I visited. It's not a large area, a few swimming holes, could get crowded quite quickly/easily if visiting during the day. If you visit Katherine you need to get out to the Katherine Gorge, which is approximately a 30-45 minute drive out of town. Due to the current circumstances, I don't believe there is any arranged transports out there, so need to make your own way out there (taxi approx. $60). Once there, there are a number of tour options available to go up the Gorge, worth the visit, take some great photos.
KAtherine in itself is not much to boast about, however there are many beautiful places close by to to see and roam. One of the best kept secrets is the hot springs, they are easily accesible, safe and as natural as you can get, perfect for a lazy afternoon recharge.
The helitour of the Katherine Gorge was definitely our highlight followed by the Edith Falls walk. There are a surprising amount of things to experience in and around Katherine so don't feel like you only need a couple of days.
I would recommend tourists come to the NT in the wet season. We enjoyed the small groups of tourists at this time of year, at Katherine Gorge. The tour operators did a great job of providing information and allowing us to just immerse in the area and the culture during our cruise up the Gorge.
Great breakfast buffet. Friendly staff. The bed was fantastic. Lots of pillows. Refrigerator in room. Swimming pool was lovely, had a nice little water feature and at night the blue lighting was nice to stare out at while we were chatting with friends. The manager is very sweet and helpful.
Staff were very helpful n friendly. Booked our gorge tour no hassles at all n told us where to get good feed for our tea. Overall fantastic will be recommending the beagle to my friends.
It had lots of space, nice size bathroom, it was clean and had everything we needed
Good management, good price,walk to town,only place I'll stay in katherine
Nice gardens and poo. Restaurant was also good.
Very friendly french cleaner was really nic
Great staff; great food; great location.