• The historic township of Larrimah, 250 kilometres south of Katherine, is a pleasant stop along the Stuart Highway. Its traditional owners are the Yangman Aboriginal people, whose descendants live today in the nearby community of Wubuluwan and in other communities around the region. The Yangman people believe Dreaming tracks of the Storm Bird (a channel bill cuckoo) helped create the surrounding landscape. John McDouall Stuart explored this area in the early 1860s but the township of Larrimah didn’t spring up until 1940, when Gorrie Airfield was constructed to service the war effort. Larrimah means ‘meeting place’ in the Yangman language

  • Fran's Devonshire Tea House
    Fran's Devonshire Tea House

    Enjoy some local hospitality at Fran's Devonshire Tea House in the old Larrimah Police Station

  • Larrimah Museum
    Larrimah Museum

    Discover the impacts of World War II and the role of the railway through displays,

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