Situated in Jabiru, Anbinik Kakadu Resort is a great base to explore Kakadu National Park from. Won three awards in the NT Architect Awards scooping the commercial section of Burnett Award, peoples choice award and the overall winner with the Tracey Award. It is 100% Indigenous owned. It is central to most of Kakadu National Park’s icon attractions.
Anbinik offers a range of accommodation styles – bush bungalows, spacious two bedroom cabins and Anbinik suites featuring indoor-outdoor bathrooms. Tea and coffee making facilities, fridges and cooking equipment are all available.
Facilities include swimming pool, lovely tropical gardens, BBQ’s and outdoor kitchens, fully equipped guest laundry, seasonal restaurant (April to October annually) and tour desk. No Wi-Fi available.
Seasonal restaurant operates from 1 April to 30 November.
Bush Bungalows with Private Bathroom
From $140 per room, per night
Safari Style 'Glamping' tents, sleeping 1-4 people. Unique tropical design within a lush tropical garden. A very high step is used to enter (Not suitable for people with hip problems). 1 Double Bed and 1 Double decker single bunk beds. Ceiling fan but no air conditioning. Tea, coffee, small fridge, cutlery and crockery, all linen and towels provided. Shared outdoor kitchen and BBQ's nearby. No TV or microwave. Private bathrooms are external, 1 metre from the Bush Bungalow.
Each suite sleeps up to 2 people, in queen or king singles configuration. A private ensuite and outdoor shower in the enclosed courtyard. TV, coffee making facilities and small fridge. No Self Catering. Small timber deck with day bed, overlooking the swimming pool and tropical gardens. 4 Suites have disabled access, with the indoor and outdoor shower.
The cabins are air-conditioned and have 2 separate bedrooms which sleep up to 5 people. Main bedroom has 1 double & 1 single bed. Second bedroom has either double bed or 2 singles. The cabins have a kitchen and living area as well as small front patio. The private bathroom is external, just at the back door of the cabin.
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