Oolloo Crossing Conservation Area

Fish, camp or bird watch in the Douglas Daly region.

Oolloo Crossing is located in the heart of the Douglas-Daly Region, 200km south-west of Darwin via the Old Stuart Highway scenic route.

The Conservation Area is located between 2 sections of the Douglas River / Daly River Esplanade Conservation Area and is known for its fishing.

There are no facilities.

You can also visit nearby Stray Creek Conservation Area.

Check if park is open

Parks may close unexpectedly due to bushfires, flooding or park maintenance.

Before you go, check if the park is open. Call 08 8999 3974.

Prepare and stay safe

To enjoy your trip, find out about safety and rules in the park.

Park sites and attractions

You can do the following activities in the conservation area:

  • fishing
  • camping
  • picnicking
  • bird watching.


There are no facilities provided in the Oolloo Crossing Conservation Area.

You must take all of your rubbish with you.

All cultural items and wildlife are protected.

You can't bring the following:

  • generators
  • pets, leave them home.

Find out about camping in parks and reserves.

Book and pay online

You must book and pay online for designated campsites and some multi-day walking trails. Do this before you go.

You can't pay at the park.

Find out more about how to use parks booking system.

If you are ready, book now.

Other activities

How to get there

Head south from the Adelaide River Township for 51.4km.

Then turn right onto Dorat Road for 5.3km, and left onto Oolloo Road.

Continue for 27km.