Dine under stars in surroundings reminiscent of an outback stockman’s camp, feasting on traditional outback tucker cooked to treasured family recipes.
Marksie's Stockman’s Camp Tucker Night is a unique dining and entertainment experience for all the family and is set in the tranquil surroundings of the Katherine Outback Museum grounds.
Dine under stars within the grounds of the Katherine Outback Museum. Watch the wallabies and hear the local wildlife in the surroundings reminiscent of an outback stockman’s camp.
Dinner is traditional outback tucker cooked according to treasured family recipes dating back generations. The meal consists of two camp oven roasts served with five coal-fired vegetables, a damper, gem scones with native jams, gum leaf billy tea and their famous non-alcoholic Jungle Juice - it will be an experience you will remember.
There is a scavenger hunt, billy spinning competition and Marksie’s famous ‘damper on a stick’ (the bush ice cream) for the children.
After a delicious, hearty meal, sit back and enjoy the humorous yarns and stories with your host, Geoff Mark.