Perrys on the Daly

Location: Daly River Northern Territory 0822

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Description

Dick Perry's association with the Northern Territory's Fishing tourism dates back to the early 1980's. As part of a successful fishing tackle business (est.1976) and a marine dealership in Sydney, Dick developed PERRYS BARRAMUNDI FISHING SAFARIS'.

Perry's organized and conducted Coach Fishing Safaris to the Gulf, Northern Territory and Kimberleys to fish for barramundi and held one of the first commercial tour-operators license to fish for Barramundi in World Heritage Area, Kakadu N.T.

As a result of this long attachment to the NT and fishing tourism, "PERRY'S ON THE DALY P/L" was established. The opportunity to purchase 1000 acres right on the banks of the Daly River in 1993, was too good to miss as Dick and Carol had formed a love of the area and the "Mighty Daly River".

Facilities include:
Fishing Tackle and Gift Shop
Dinghy hire
Fishing Rod and Reel hire and repair service
Ice, Gas, Marine Repairs
Shady Camping and Caravan Sites
Serviced Tents
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BBQ facilities
Dinghy Hire
Boat Ramp
Bush Walks
Amenities shed (pool, chess, darts, draughts, etc.)

Location: Daly River Northern Territory 0822

Map & Directions

Quiet Location approx 2.5hrs drive from Darwin and 3hrs from Katherine.
We are 15km from the Daly River Crossing, Mayo Park, Daly River Northern Territory 0822 Australia

Driving to Perry's on the Daly from Darwin just follow the Stuart Highway south to Adelaide River(113km),then just over the bridge turn right, cross over the new Alice to Darwin railway line and travel 32 km to the Daly River turn off.

Turn right (west) and follow some 84 km of fully sealed road to the Daly river crossing. Once over the crossing just follow the tourist signs along a good gravel road for 14 km to arrive at Perry's located on the western bank of the Daly River, 8km north (downstream) of the crossing.

From Katherine travel north to Hayes Creek (great place for a cuppa), just north turn left at the Douglas Daly region sign.Travel to the Daly River road and turn left (west) and follow the tourist signs.