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My partner and I flew to Uluru, hired a car and drove to Darwin. We saw all the tourism highlights we could a long the way. The Territory Manor and Bitter Springs was our favourite stay. On our arrival at the Territory Manor we were greeted by the great warmth and friendliness of Betty’s (one of the managers) smiling face. Betty promptly informed me that due to a change I had made to my booking I had overpaid with my credit card. I thought the rates were very good regardless. However Betty made a point of paying me the difference as soon as she could. The motel room we stayed in was nicely done out, very clean, well air conditioned and among trees, abundant birdlife and scenic surrounds. The Caravan Park / Motel grounds are beautiful. They provided a superb dinner there , outside in the dining area. We both had Barramundi caught fresh from a pond on the grounds. The pond is only about 25 metres or so away from the dining area and it added much to the scenery and ambience. Peacocks and small kangaroos or wallabies strutted and hopped around the grounds while we had what just happened to be our anniversary dinner. It made it a most memorable anniversary. The prices were reasonable, the food was great and the staff were wonderful. Betty came to our table for a delightful and humorous chat. In addition to this, the Territory Manor is on the corner of the turnoff road to Bitter Springs which we thought was one of the highlights of our trip, so beautifully scenic with lush foliage surrounds and the springs we bathed in were just the right temperature to be fully refreshing. I highly recommend staying at The Territory Manor, it's simply wonderful.
Did a good deed & handed in a wallet left in my room but then got to Katherine and realised I left MY wallet behind in the room...go figure! Staff could not have been more helpful in returning it to me in QLD. Accommodation, meals & surrounds were wonderful...already planning my return visit in August.