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Lazy Lizard Tavern
& Caravan Park

The Lazy Lizard is in the heart of the historic Pine Creek in Australia's Outback Northern Territory

Welcome to Lazy Lizard

The Lazy Lizard is in the heart of the historic Pine Creek in Australia’s Outback Northern Territory. Perfect base for Bird Watchers. It is also at the gateway to World Heritage Listed Kakadu National Park. Come and experience the rustic charm, warm welcome and great food at the Lazy Lizard. The Lazy Lizard Tavern is a unique outback tavern. It is constructed from termite mound-mud brick, and local ironwood featuring beautifully carved images of the local wildlife, a Must See!

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We have cabins, budget style dongas, single dongas and Powered & Unpowered sites! Something to suit everyone!

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Caravan Park

Our caravan park is the way it should be…Green and Clean with numerous powered and camping sites. Camp in the tropical surroundings amongst a variety of bird species such as red collared lorikeets, red wing parrots, northern rosellas, galahs, blue faced honey eaters and the great bowerbird. If you are up early you may also see the hooded parrot.

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Restaurant & Tavern

The Tavern and Caravan Park is located on 4 acres in the central area of Pine Creek, close to all amenities, and a number of local attractions. A Fantastic location for Bird Watchers! The mud brick (Made from termite mounds) and local timber buildings provide a relaxed 'Top End' atmosphere for locals and visitors alike. The building provides a unique and welcoming atmosphere.

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Come Visit Us

299 Millar Terrace Pine Creek NT 0847

P +61 8 8976 1019E

Our Top Picks to See & Do in the Area

National Trust Museum

Pine Creek is the only original mining town remaining in the Top End from the gold rush era of the 1870s.

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Kakudu National Park

Kakadu National Park is Australia's largest national park at 19,840 square kilometres (equivalent in area to Wales or Israel).

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Bird Watching

The property attracts a number of different bird species such as the Hooded Parrot, Lorikeets, and Blue Faced HoneyEaters.

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Pine Creek Railway Precinct

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