Katherine Hot Springs, Northern Territory
Take a dip in the refreshing Katherine Hot Springs, natural thermal springs on the banks of the Katherine River, Northern Territory.
The Katherine Hot Springs are a series of clear pools with a current that runs through them.
The top pool is located at the source of the spring and can be accessed via a series of steep stairs.
The bottom pool is the largest one and is easily accessible with a wheelchair access ramp, stainless steel hand rails and steps formed out of rock.
The thermal springs have an average temperature of 25-30 degrees Celsius and are open from 7am to 7pm, daily. They are free to use.
There is a large car park nearby as well as open grass areas for picnics, a public restroom, playground and the Pop Rocket Café.
We loved the Katherine Hot Springs. They were an absolute highlight of our visit to the Northern Territory.
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