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Important information for remote areas

A considerable part of the Northern Territory is Aboriginal freehold land and requires a permit to enter. Visitors are required by law to obtain permits prior to gaining entry.

Gove/Nhulunbuy
If you wish to visit attractions, local sites or beaches outside of Gove/Nhulunbuy, a recreational permit is required.  For permit information contact Dhimurru Land Management
Web
www.dhimurru.com.au
Email dhimurru@dhimurru.com.au
Phone 08 89873992

Central Australia
To find out if you will need a permit for your planned trip to Central Australia please consult the Central Land Council website at http://clc.org.au.

If you are not sure please contact the Permits Officer at the Central Land Council on tel: 08 89516211

Cobourg Peninsula
Permits are required for entry to the Cobourg Peninsula NT
Web Parks and Wildlife Commission NT
Stopping off at Mt Borradaile on the way, you must book in at DAVIDSONS SAFARI CAMP who will arrange permits for their control zone.
Web www.arnhemland-safaris.com
Email dassafaris@onaustralia.com.au
Phone 088927 5240
Cobourg Peninsula
Applications for Smiths Point Camping Ground permits can be obtained from the Permit Officer
Cobourg Peninsula Sanctuary and Marine Park Board
PO Box 496
Palmerston NT 0831

Phone 08 8999 5511

Make sure you allow plenty of time for the processing of all applications


 

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