NT outback hotel 606km from Darwin hits market for $3million after Milton Jones ...

Talk about social distancing! Outback hotel made famous by country music legend Slim Dusty hits the market for $3million after its reality TV owner put it up for sale The Top Springs Hotel, sang about by country star Slim Dusty, on sale for $3M  The venue is well equipped to handle tourists, locals and truck drivers alike There are 29 accommodation rooms, a pub and a petrol station on the property

By Claudia Poposki For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 05:39 BST, 3 September 2020 | Updated: 05:39 BST, 3 September 2020

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An outback hotel, 600km from Darwin, which was immortalised in song by Slim Dusty has been put up for sale with a $3million price tag. 

The Top Springs Hotel is currently owned by cattle baron Milton Jones, who owns Coolibah Station and was the star of 2010 reality show Keeping Up With The Joneses.

The hotel, which Slim Dusty called the place to be for 'beer and song' in his track Top Springs, is 291km south of Katherine and is a popular spot on the Savanah Way.

The Top Springs Hotel (pictured) is currently owned by cattle baron Milton Jones, who owns Coolibah Station and was the star of 2010 reality show Keeping Up With The Joneses

The Top Springs Hotel (pictured) is currently owned by cattle baron Milton Jones, who owns Coolibah Station and was the star of 2010 reality show Keeping Up With The Joneses

The hotel, once called the place to be for 'beer and song' in Slim Dusty's (pictured) hit Top Springs, is 291km south of Katherine and is a popular spot on the Savanah Way

The hotel, once called the place to be for 'beer and song' in Slim Dusty's (pictured) hit Top Springs, is 291km south of Katherine and is a popular spot on the Savanah Way

She said when she originally listed the property at the beginning of 2020, she advertised on social media

She said when she originally listed the property at the beginning of 2020, she advertised on social media

Olivia Thompson, selling agent from Nutrien Harcourts, told NT News: 'It's one of those destinations where people drive forever to get to, to go "we've made it".'

Ms Thompson told Daily Mail Australia that Mr Jones and his wife Christina

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