Daly Water's Pub Northern Territory.
The Daly Waters Pub, painted in flow formula acrylic, above image, by myself, artist Kathy Shell.
This pub is situated just off the main highway. It is a must visit for a barra and beef dinner with entertainment and a cheap overnight camp. There are clean showers, if you are happy to share with the cute frogs peeking out from behind the cistern to watch you.
The entertainment is fantastic.
The pub humour is topical, and about the location: If you stay more than one night, they say that they will make you the town mayor as the town's longest staying citizen.
Us gray gypsy travellers leave the suburbs for the peace of the bush and then wake everyone up before dawn with the screech or eek eek eek as we wind up the stabilizing feet on the caravan to be ready to roll out after breakfast, to rush to the next overnight campsite before dusk.
The Daly Waters' Pub is Hopping with Music and Frogs.
Relax in a palm fringed thermal pool or hot springs.
Saltwater crocodiles are now abundant in the waterways of Kakadu to the east and the Kimberly to the west of here and the Gulf country to the north.
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