The Mary River wetlands are located about an hour east of Darwin, an excellent place to stop on your way to Kakadu National Park. The area is home to a number of animals, birds and fish. Visitors will enjoy the interactive displays at the Window on the Wetlands Visitor Centre.

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Explore the lush Mary River wetlands, a thriving microcosm of Top End wildlife, birds and fish. Located about an hour east of Darwin, it is a good place to stop on your way to Kakadu National Park or for a day trip from the city.

Browse the fantastic interactive displays of Top End birds and animals at the Window on the Wetlands Visitor Centre. The centre is perched high above the floodplains with panoramic views of the wetlands below.

Join a fishing charter to land the Top End's most famous sports fish. The barramundi is plentiful in the Mary River wetlands. Anglers come from all over the world to fish for the famous barra at places like Shady Camp, Corroboree Billabong and the Adelaide River. Fish up to 1.4m in size are landed each year. There are many ways to experience Northern Territory fishing – stay in a fishing lodge and benefit from the knowledge and expertise of local guides, join a fishing day tour from Darwin or hire a boat and drive yourself.

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