This wonderful waterhole is the closest to Darwin and very popular with locals. It's a beautiful series of spring-fed swimming holes shaded by paperbarks and pandanus palms and serenaded by abundant birds; native flowers bloom here in March and April. Facilities include a kiosk, a picnic area with BBQs, toilets, changing sheds and showers. And there are large grassed areas to lounge around on in-between swims.
The turn-off to Berry Springs is 48km down the Stuart Highway from Darwin; it's then about 10km to the park.