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Post Info TOPIC: Lakes Resort Caravan Park Berry Springs, about 45 kilometres south of Darwin


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Lakes Resort Caravan Park Berry Springs, about 45 kilometres south of Darwin


$36 night with power

Two reasons for this recommendation

Firstly the owners are friendly and helpful people, who have only been there about five months

Secondly on a Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night, they have a $10 meal

On the three meal nights I was there, I had beef schnitzel, batted flathead, and grilled barra
I can recommend those three meals, as they were all very filling, and each night I had to think twice about having the sweets

Also on one night for sweets, I had fried ice cream



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Have placed that name on to my bucket list.

Thank you.



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Tony, now you have spilled the beans, you might find you can't get back to that spot!

But the question is - did you find room for the sweets?

We've found other places where the CWA or charity groups in small towns raising money for the RFDS have provided good cheap meals.


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Warren-Pat_01 wrote:

Tony, now you have spilled the beans, you might find you can't get back to that spot!

But the question is - did you find room for the sweets?

We've found other places where the CWA or charity groups in small towns raising money for the RFDS have provided good cheap meals.


Hello Warren-Pat-01

Such is life if I never get back to that spot, but at least others now know about it

I would not have known about it myself, if someone else had not told me

I forgot to mention that there were trees and that it was a shady place, which was a bit of a bonus in the hot, (to us southerners), weather

Yes I found room for the sweets, but only just

It would be handy for the CWA and/or charity groups, if you could put up, where they have their cheap meals, so others on this forum, know about it



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