It is now a remote fishing community on the McArthur River, famous for both its unique history and characters and its excellent fishing.
The Borroloola Museum was once the old police station built in 1886. It is now managed by the National Trust and houses an exhibition dedicated to the police presence in Borroloola in the late 1800s
Starting at O’Shea and Johnson graves on Robinson Road the trail provides an insight into Borroloola’s past.
46 kms south of Borroloola and accessible to all vehicles.
Walk across the lily carpeted creek and explore the maze of ancient sandstone rock formations created by millions of years of erosion.
182 kms north west of Borroloola on the Roper River Road, features several lost cities. There is a ranger station at the Nathan River homestead and some fuel and supplies are available at the Limmen Bight Fishing Camp.
King Ash Bay is accessible to 2WD and 4WD vehicles during most of the year. The club allows non members to camp along several kilometres of the McArthur River frontage though facilities are only available in the main area.
This is a 5,421ha island park in the Sir Edward Pellew Group of islands off the McArthur River Mouth.