Cooinda Lodge Kakadu is your gateway to the UNESCO World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory of Australia. Owned by the local indigenous community, the lodge offers easy access to Yellow Water cruises, Warradjan Cultural Centre, Jim Jim Falls, Twin Falls, Nourlangie and bushwalks. After a day of adventure or relaxation by our resort style pools, enjoy al fresco dining at Barra Bistro and Bar or relax in the privacy of your courtyard.
Located 171 km Southeast of Darwin, Kakadu National Park is a protected area within the Alligator Rivers Region of the Northern Territory of Australia. The park is in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The lodge rooms at Cooinda Lodge Kakadu are perfect to relax after a long day exploring Kakadu. Each lodge features a bathroom, tea and coffee making facilities and a terrace with outdoor seating.
With its oasis style atmosphere, Cooinda Lodge offers an inviting shaded swimming pool, bistro-style dining, bars, petrol station and a store that offers locally-made crafts as well a wide range of essentials for touring. The Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre is just five minutes from Cooinda and many local attractions are within easy travelling distance.
Adventurers of the great North will enjoy the comforts of fine food at the Barra Bistro and Mimi’s. Come dine in a relaxed and down to earth Australian style bistro, pull up a seat outside in the spacious outdoor dining area or step into the brightly decorated indoor dining space. Our dishes use a mixture of native, local ingredients and classic favourites. A great family friendly environment, Barra Bistro is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
From $149 per room, per night
Outback Retreat - camp under the trees in one of our luxury tents in the remotest area of the lodge. Includes 1 queen bed, air-conditioning, electric lighting, fan, bar fridge, occasional chairs. Bathrooms are shared facilities.
Our fully recently refurbished family rooms are the perfect place to base yourself after a long day exploring Kakadu National Park. With a queen bed, single bed with an extra rollaway single bed sleep up to 4 people and have an ensuite bathroom, mini fridge, TV, air-conditioning and terrace. We guarantee you will have a great nights rest.
Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel is an idyllic retreat located in the wilderness of Kakadu National Park. Situated in the township of Jabiru, this hotel is the perfect base to start exploring many of Kakadu's most significant natural attractions such as Ubirr, Nourlangie, Cahills Crossing & Mamukala Wetlands.
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 or 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.
Inspired by the luxury camps of Africa, this 10 room exclusive lodge offers a prolific wildlife experience with exclusive access to a spectacular 300km² property. Located on the coastal floodplains of the Mary River close to Kakadu National Park, Bamurru’s emphasis is on exposing you to one of the most significant ecosystems in Australia.