Daly Waters can be found about 270 kms south of Katherine, close to the junction of the Carpentaria and the Stuart Highway. The most popular attraction in the town is the Daly Waters Pub, which is full of typical outback Australia memorabilia and humorous nicknacks.
Historically, Daly Waters is famous as a being Australia's first international airfield, a stop-over for the 1926 London to Sydney air race and as a WWII airforce base. Visitors can explore the original Qantas hangar near the township.
Things to do:
Visit the Daly Waters Pub - an Aussie outback pub with memorabilia
Stuart's Tree - about 1 km north, there is a tree said to be marked with a letter 'S' by John Stuart
Qantas hangar - airport museum 1km north-east
In the area:
Larrimah - historic WWII site