Located on Dorat Road, Adelaide River the Adelaide River Show Society (ARSS Club) is a non-profit organisation. All work carried out at the ARSS Club is provided by local residents who volunteer their time. The ARSS Club holds annual events such as the Adelaide River Annual Show and the Adelaide River Races.
Butterfly and Bird Farm/ Restaurant/Accommodation
A unique place of knowledge and skills, where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians can undertake journeys of learning for empowerment and advancement while strengthening identity.
A quick look at the Coomalie Caravan Park and how to get in touch with them.
The Coomalie Cultural Centre is an initiative of Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education and aims to present, promote and market Indigenous art in the Coomalie region and beyond.
Check out the interesting history of the Coomalie region by visiting the Batchelor Museum Development Association web site.
The Local Government Association of the Northern Territory respresents Councils in issues to do with Local Governance.
The Lingalonga Festival is an annual event held in Batchelor in the August. With plenty of activities, fun and games for the kids, market stalls and more. Come and linger in Batchelor for a while and enjoy the local hospitality.
Coomalie planning concepts and land use objectives 2000.
To register spontaneous volunteers for recovery effort.
For information on the Adelaide River War Graves.