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Point Stuart Wilderness Lodge
Perfectly situated, it is the ideal base to explore the wilderness of Australia’s Top End – Mary River National Park, Shady Camp Reserve & Kakadu National Park.
The lodge offers a variety of accommodation with comfortable modern facilities, a lush green grassed pet friendly caravan park area, & a licensed Saloon bar & bistro.
Tours & safaris are available & to ensure guests from around the world experience one of the most diverse ecosystems in Australia. The Mary Region, ranging from it’s magical monsoon forests, to dense mangrove habitats, lush floodplains, tidal rivers & billabongs, makes this area a wildlife observers & fishers paradise.
Point Stuart Wilderness Lodge offers Lodge style accommodation. 25 rooms are available in four separate blocks surrounded by shady lawn areas and wildlife including the large population of Agile Wallabies. All rooms are in close proximity to the pool, Saloon bar and bistro.
Facilities include swimming pool, camp kitchen, BBQ, mobile phone signal, fish cleaning area, guest freezer, guest laundry and ice.
Saloon Bar – Relax after a day of exploring in the licensed air-conditioned guest Saloon Bar or enjoy a cold beer in the palm shaded beer garden.
Wetlands Bistro – Adjoining the Saloon Bar is the Wetlands Bistro open daily for evening meals. Evening meals are served between 6pm and 8pm. The Wetlands Bistro is famous for its fresh local Barramundi and succulent steaks.
What To Expect
The grounds at Point Stuart Wilderness Lodge are home to assorted wildlife. Various bird species, Agile Wallabies, insects, snakes, frogs & lizards are always present. It is also the home to a number of Water Buffalo and Banteng.
Jimmy Creek Monsoon Forest is accessible from the campground. The natural spring creates a dramatic canopy that strongly contrast to the surrounding woodlands. A 35 minute walk winds its way along the creek past banyan trees and scrub fowl nests. Spot freshwater crocodiles, small fish and the occasional barramundi, birds, insects and frogs. The monsoon forest is cool relief from the heat of the day. Also in the area is Brian Creek Monsoon Forest.
The Hardies and Wildman 4WD tracks travel along the edge of the wetlands, between paperbark swamps and tall open forests. Highlights include majestic fig trees, the Mary River floodplain, billabongs and historical features. You may spot Water Buffalo, wild pigs, Brahman cattle, and an array of other wildlife.
The Rockhole is another access point to the channels of the Mary River system, and is a popular spot for barramundi fishing and wildlife viewing. There is also a boat ramp and picnic facilities. The Mary River Wetlands Cruise departs from the Rockhole Billabong.
The 15 Lodge rooms range from double and twin share up to 5 share. These modern comfortable rooms are perfect for couples, groups of fisherman and families. There is ample parking for vehicles, boats & tour vehicles. Features include air-conditioning, private bathroom, all linen, tea and coffee facilities, & a fridge. Lodge rooms are refreshed every second day. BBQ facilities are close by for self catering.
2 Night Self Drive Package
Includes 2 nights lodge style accommodation – a/c, tea & coffee facilities, private bathroom, all linen. 1.5 hour Mary River Wetlands Cruise (Mary River National Park / Rockhole Billabong), 2 hour 4WD Wildlife/Sunset Safari (minimum age 5 years), Continental breakfast daily
3 Night Self Drive Package
Includes 3 nights lodge style accommodation – a/c, tea & coffee facilities, private bathroom, all linen. 1.5 hour Mary River Wetlands Cruise (Mary River National Park / Rockhole Billabong), 2 hour 4WD Wildlife/Sunset Safari (minimum age 5 years), Continental breakfast daily.
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