Tree Point Conservation Area
Located on the fringe of Darwin, Tree Point Conservation Area is a quiet and secluded spot known for good fishing and walks on the beach.
At certain times of the year you can share the sand with migratory birds.
Tree Point is a great place to enjoy a picnic or glass of bubbly at sunset with sweeping views of Darwin's northern beaches.
You should not swim in this area due to saltwater crocodiles and box jellyfish.
Camping is not permitted.
What to see and do
You can do all of the following activities in the conservation area:
- wildlife watching
How to get there
Tree Point Conservation Reserve is roughly 90km north from Darwin on Gunn Point Road and Murrumujuk Drive.
Follow signs to the conservation area. Entry is near the water tank on Gunn Point Road.
Check if this park is open
All year round, but roads may close after heavy rain.
Phone: (08) 8983 1001
When visiting the park remember all of the following:
- take all your rubbish away with you
- stay on designated roads and tracks
- cultural items and wildlife are protected
- pets are not permitted in this reserve
- nets, traps and firearms are not permitted
- take care with fire and only light fires in fireplaces provided
- camping is not permitted
- follow fishing laws
- check your vehicle is not transporting pests like weeds and cane toads.
You can have a safe and comfortable trip to Tree Point Conservation Area by doing all of the following:
- observe park safety signs
- if stung by a box jellyfish, wash the affected area with vinegar and get medical help
- carry and drink plenty of water
- wear a shady hat, sunscreen and insect repellent
- wear suitable clothing and footwear
- avoid strenuous activity during the heat of the day
- beware of theft, lock vehicles and secure valuables.
Last updated: 28 November 2017