- Borroloola tourist travel information guide, visiting . . .
Borroloola is a relaxed and friendly remote fishing community on the McArthur River in the Gulf of Carpentaria This historic town is considered the gateway to the Gulf region and is famed for its excellent fishing
- Borroloola - Northern Territory - Australia - Travel - smh . . .
Borroloola is unusual in that it the home of a number of very different Aboriginal cultures The Yanyuwa, Mara, Karawa and Kurdanji people all live around the town The Yanyuwa and Mara are referred to as 'saltwater people' and are associated with the Sir Edward Pellew Islands and the lower reaches of the McArthur and Wearyan Rivers
- Borroloola | The Grey Nomads | Travel Holiday . . .
The tiny Northern Territory town of Borroloola has earned almost mythical status in grey nomad circles While some of its allure can be explained by its sheer remoteness (it’s nearly 1,000 kilometres south-east of Darwin and 380km from the Stuart Highway), most can be attributed to misty-eyed campfire tales of epic barramundi battles
- Borroloola - Traveller
Borroloola History and Museum Anyone interested in reading about these wild early residents should consult J A Whitaker's book Borroloola Isolated and Interesting 1885-1985 which is available from the Borroloola Museum which is open from 8 00 a m -5 00 p m during the dry season and on weekends
- Borroloola - Wikipedia
Borroloola is a town in the Northern Territory of Australia It is located on the McArthur River, about 50 km upstream from the Gulf of Carpentaria
- Borroloola Weather - Bureau of Meteorology
Provides access to Borroloola weather forecasts, warnings, observations and radar and satellite imagery provided by the Bureau of Meteorology Skip to main content;
- Borroloola, NT - Aussie Towns
Borroloola lies in tropical Gulf Savanna country which stretches around the Gulf of Carpentaria from North Queensland It is also cut off, particularly from Queensland, during "The Wet" when the unsealed road from Normanton and Mount Isa becomes impassible