Peppimenarti is an Aboriginal community in the Daly River region of the Northern Territory, Australia. Peppimenarti or ‘Peppi’ as it is known is situated on Tom Turner Creek approximately 320 km south west of Darwin. With a population of between 190 and 250, (190 in the 2011 Census) it is 120 km west of the Daly River crossing along the Port Keats Road. The Peppimenarti area has a total of 119.50 km of sealed and unsealed roads. There is road access to Peppimenarti seven (7) months of the year with the remainder being flooded during the wet season, or roads in too poor of a condition to travel on. The only access to Peppimenarti during the wet season is via plane. The mail plane flies to the community on Tuesday’s and Friday’s for delivery and pick up and charters are available. The main language spoken in Peppimenarti is Tyemirri with English being the second most predominant in the area.