Two women hurt in airboat crash at NT safari camp

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One of two women injured in an airboat crash at a safari camp owned by Outback Wrangler Matt Wright remains in hospital..

The two passengers were taken to the Royal Darwin Hospital after the crash on Wednesday at the Top End Safari Camp in the Northern Territory.

One had head injuries and the other a leg injury.

On Thursday, NT Health said a 54-year-old woman remained in hospital in a stable condition and a 43-year-old had been discharged.

NT WorkSafe is investigating the incident in the Bynoe region, northwest of Litchfield National Park.

It said 12 passengers were on board the airboat at the time of the crash.

A safari camp spokesperson said it would work with authorities to review the incident at Sweets Lagoon, about 120km southwest of Darwin.

"At the moment our focus is exclusively on supporting those passengers and staff involved," the spokesperson said.