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Tidbinbilla Visitor Centre
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141 Paddys River Road, Paddys River, 2620, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

The Tidbinbilla Visitor Centre Open hours are between 9:00 am and closes 5:00 pm all yearThe Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve Gate Open TimesWinter: Opens 7.30 am; closes 6 pmSummer: Opens 7.30 am; closes 8 pm in summer (AEDT)

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Tourism Top End
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6 Bennett Street, Darwin, 0801, Northern Territory, Australia

ph: 1300 138 886 email: info@tourismtopend.com.au Open Hours: Weekdays: 8.30am to 5.00pm Weekends: 9.00am to 3.00pm

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It's always a good idea to pop into a Visitor Information Centre, especially when your visiting the area or the first time


Here you will gain knowledge of the surrounding district, places of interest to visit, sightseeing spots to take in the view from, and grab a picture or two.
AND from a campers point of view, great places to camp, and good places to visit for a meal.

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NT. Free Camping, Caravan Parks, Visitor Centres, and Sightseeing


Australia is blessed with many free camping locations across the nation.
And the Northern Territory is no acception we
 have over 20 Caravan Parks listed.
So finding a place to camp for a nigt or two won't be a problem.
It's also a good idea to pop into a Visitor Centre, to gain an insight into what places are worthy of spending some time.
We  have over 10 Rest Areas listed, but I'm sure there are others that we don't have in our database.
Also we havn't forgotten those of you who travell with pets.
We have over 20 places you can take your dog to legally.

Because of it imense size there are many free camp sites available, and we need to get some of them listed here for others toenjoy and plan ahead.
Remember to take plenty of water with you when travelling in remote areas, and always let someone know of your plans, so if your running late they can call the local authorites to start a search party if needed.
This is no joke, as some overseas tourists have lost their lives in Outback Australia.

If you know of a place that is not already listed.
You can add it yourself, or ask the admin to do it for you.
This way we an share Australia, with those willing to go and explore it.