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Budget hotels & hostels
In a bushland setting by the Katherine River, about 7km west of town, this historic homestead is a lovely place to camp. There's plenty of space, a palm-shaded pool and a bistro open for breakfast and dinner (mains $19 to $25)...
Best Western Pine Tree Motel
Boasting an outdoor pool, a bar and BBQ facilities, Best Western Pine Tree Motel is set among tropical gardens. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi, garden views and access to a shared terrace...
Knotts Crossing Resort
Knotts Crossing Resort offers air-conditioned rooms with private bathroom and cable TV, just 2 km from Katherine town centre. It features an outdoor swimming pool, plus a restaurant and bar...
Located in the town centre, Katherine Motel boasts a swimming pool, bar and restaurant. All rooms are air-conditioned and offer a refrigerator and an en suite bathroom...
Situated alongside the Katherine River and Nitmiluk Gorge, Cicada Lodge boasts an outdoor swimming pool, a restaurant and a bar. Guests receive free gourmet breakfast and a glass of French champagne upon arrival...
Ibis Styles Katherine
Located near the centre of Katherine, the fourth largest town in the Northern Territory, ibis Styles Katherine features a restaurant, bar, swimming pool and tennis court. Guests travelling on business can make full use of the function room...
Mount Bundy Station
Located on the banks of the Adelaide River, en-route to the Kakadu National Park and Litchfield National Park, Mount Bundy Station is a working cattle property that offers an outdoor pool, guided tours and free on-site parking...
Mt Bundy Station
If you're into horse riding, fishing and country-style hospitality, Mt Bundy Station is the perfect detour, 3km off the highway after Adelaide River...
Adelaide River Inn
An affable little pub (mains $9 to $32, open breakfast, lunch and dinner) hiding behind the BP petrol station. On the corner of the bar stands Charlie the water buffalo, who lived here in relative obscurity until shooting to fame in Crocodile Dundee ...
Coco’S International Backpackers
With travellers idly strumming on guitars and swapping outback tales, you’ll feel like you’ve walked into an old Asian overland bolthole here. Coco’s is a real backpackers and well-known to those on marathon cycling trips...
Daly River Mango Farm
The camping ground here, on the Daly River 9km from the crossing, is shaded by a magnificent grove of near-century-old mango trees. Other accommodation includes budget and self-contained cabins. Guided fishing trips and boat hire available.
Daly River Roadside Inn
At Daly River itself is this rowdy pub with basic rooms, a small camping ground and meals (takeaway or pub food from $8 to $20) and fuel available.
Emerald Springs Roadhouse
About 25km north of Pine Creek, the excellent Emerald Springs Roadhouse (mains $16 to $32) makes an effort to provide more than a regulation roadhouse...
Katherine Low Level Caravan Park
A well-manicured park with plenty of shady sites, a great swimming pool adjoining a bar and an excellent bistro (mains $20 to $25) that is sheltered by a magnificent fig tree...
Katherine River Lodge Motel
One of Katherine's best-value motels (and definitely the friendliest), this large complex (three three-storey blocks) has spotless rooms in a tropical garden...
Knott's Crossing Resort
Knott's Crossing is more a motel and cabin resort than camping ground, but it's a great spot for caravans and campervans, too...
Lazy Lizard Tourist Park & Tavern
The small, well-grassed camping area at the Lazy Lizard is really only secondary to the pulsing pub next door...
Manbulloo Homestead Caravan Park
Peaceful cattle station property 12km southwest of Katherine.
Palm Court Kookaburra Backpackers
This well-equipped, welcoming backpackers occupies a retired motel, clad in faux stone in an attempt to resemble some kind of castle. Scruffy international knights and maidens enjoy rooms with bathrooms, fridges and TVs...
This smart motel is as neat as a pin, and its location is handy to the main street but quiet enough. Standard motel rooms are spotless, with typically tropical tile-and-floral-bedspread decor, plus there are spa rooms and a decent restaurant, too.
A very peaceful place with 2km of river frontage and gardens where orphaned wallabies bound around. Dick Perry, a well-known fishing expert, operates guided trips, and boat hire is available...
Pine Creek Railway Resort
This charming hotel uses raw iron, steel and wood in it's stylish and modern rooms with options for singles, doubles and families...
St Andrews Apartments
In the heart of town, these serviced apartments are great for families or if you're pining for a few home comforts. The two-bedroom apartments sleep four (six if you use the sofa bed), and come with fully equipped kitchen and lounge/dining area...