Luxury Rental Lodges in the Northern Territory

The Northern Territory is located in the north and central northern regions of Australia. It is the third largest federal division of the country with an area of over 1,349,129 square kilometres (520,902 sq mi). Internationally recognised landmarks such as Litchfield and Kakadu National Park, Katherine Gorge and the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park (Ayers Rock) are popular attractions.

The distinctive and majestic landscape of the Northern Territory is home to a rich aboriginal history that dates back to 40,000 years as well as breath-taking wetlands and native wildlife, where animals like the crocodile; kangaroo, emu and eagle roam free.

Owing to its sparse population the Northern Territory lays claim to a large portion of luxury secluded and unspoiled lodge resorts in Australia’s natural wilderness.

Visitors who wish to choose accommodation for a short holiday break or special occasion, such as a wedding or celebration are blessed with a wealth of properties, from safari and bush lodges, to ranch and farm stays, to luxury camping sites.


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The Ghan, Northern Territory
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Mount Bundy Station
  • Working cattle ranch
  • Outdoor pool
  • Horseback riding, fishing activities
  • Four distinctive accommodation types
  • Air-conditioning
  • Local to Litchfield and Kakadu
  • Caters for weddings and group events



Mount Bundy Station is a working cattle ranch and farm stay in the Northern Territory of Australia. It is located 90mins south of the N.T Capital, Darwin and prides itself on value for money overnight rooms of cottages, safari tents and a “true blue” homestead.


– The Cook’s Cottage (sleeps up to 6 people) was originally used as the Cook’s residence when Mount Bundy Station was a pillar of the industrial movement back in the 1960’s-1980’s.

– The Stockmans Quarters (sleeps up to 6 people) was first used as sleeping quarters for the stockmen working on the Station. The building has since been been renovated into modern day “shared” accommodation for families and small groups.

– The Billabong House (sleeps 23 people) was built as the “Managers Homestead” and is hiden amongst the orchard which is separate from the other accommodation at the station.


Mount Bundy Station is fortunate enough to be within easy driving distance of many of the NT’s most popular natural attractions, here is a list of the local hotspots: Litchfield National Park (29 km); Douglas Daly (Tjuwaliyn) Hot Springs, Butterfly Gorge Nature Park (47km); Adelaide River Resort (3km); Adelaide River War Cemetery (5km); Robin Falls (14km); Daly River fishing tours (90km); Grove Hill Historic pub (45km); Adelaide River Jumping Crocs 1½ hrs.

Things to do

Visitors can unwind in the pool, try catching the elusive Barramundi fish, and spend time getting to know the local ranch animals whilst taking in the tranquil surroundings. Mount Bundy Station also runs two main tours throughout the dry season (April-Nov):

Mt. Bundy Station Tour

Bulldust, Billabongs and Sunset on Champagne Hill

Mount Bundy Station Photos




Mount Bundy Station Map and Directions
Davidsons Arnhem Safari Lodge
  • Registered sacred aborigonal site
  • Sandstone paved pool
  • Fine dining area with lounge bar
  • Winner of 11 travel lodge awards
  • Ensuited private cabins
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi and laundry
  • Wetland nature cruises and tours



Davidsons Arnhem Sfari Lodge is built on registered aboriginal sacred site in a remote 700 sq-km area in the heart of the Arnhem Land, Northern Territory. A rural landscape comprised of bush and wetlands is connected directly to billabongs, flood plains, paper bark swamps and monsoonal rainforests.


The eco lodges at th Arnhem Safari resort are designed for superb comfort in the tropics, inviting in fresh air and landscape views of the surrounding bush setting. The camp can sleep up to 40+ guests at any oe time, however smaller group bookings are advised.


Bamurru Plains is located on the cusp of the Mary River floodplains within easy driving distance of the coast and the western boarder of Kakadu National Park. Darwin is a three-hour car journey east, or a 30-minute scenic flight, depending on your fancy. Jabiru is a traditional aboriginal site in Kakadu National Park that can be explored at a shorter distance of just over two hours on road.

Things to do:

A wide variety of educational and adventurous sights and experiences to behold, including: the billabong cruise; the daily weltands exploration; morning bird watching; indigenous guide training at Mt Borradaile; ancient rock art and formations talks; morning and evening rainforest trails; outback fishing; and off-road four-wheel-drive journeys for those with a need for speed. A welcome respite can be found at the lodge communal area with entertainment facilities on demand.

Davidsons Arnhem Safari Lodge Photos




Davidsons Arnhem Safari Lodge Map and Directions
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Wildman Wilderness Lodge
  • Local to Darwin and Kakadu
  • Premium weltands experience
  • World class communal lodge
  • Spacious lounge bar and restaurant
  • 10 air-conditioned cabins
  • Caters for weddings and events
  • Special deals for families



Nestled discreetly in the tranquil Mary River National Park Wetlands of the Top End, Wildman Wilderness Lodge is a charming experience, it’s a home to many species of wild animals and the perfect setting to witness every inch of the ancient natural wonders. Spacious accommodation and modernised equipment and onsite amenities make for a traditional, yet comfortable environment to unwind in.


Wildman Wilderness Lodge has a main lodge, in addition to 10 air-conditioned cabins known as ‘Habitats’ and 15 Safari Tents. Both the cabins and tents are built with an en-suite bathroom and are fitted with modern fixtures such as furnished wooden beds and cabinets, fully air-conditioned and fan-cooled ventilation, and open plan views to take in the weltands and its inhabitants.


Situated 170 km by road from the city of Darwin, Wildman Wilderness Lodge is approximately a two-hour car journey via the Arnhem Highway and Point Stuart Road. The main attractions close by include the Litchfield and Kakadu National Parks, Edith Falls and the town of Katherine.

Things to do:

Adventure is on your doorstep: the range of tours and guided activites are specifically catered to suit people of all ages, with both small and larger group sizes welcome. Must-do tours include crocodile spotting on the Home Billabong cruise or the Mary River Rockhole cruise; as well as the full day tour into the heart of Kakadu National Park. Boating and rafting trips are available on request.

Wildman Wilderness Lodge Photos




Wildman Wilderness Lodge Map and Directions
Bamurru Plains
  • Spacious and cool safari bungalows
  • Luxury honeymoon sweet
  • All-day nature tours and activites
  • Lounge and fine dining area
  • Neighbouring Kakadu National Park
  • Local to city of Darwin
  • Private veranda rooms



Bamurru Plains is a peaceful resort on the Mary River floodplains. It is known best for combining a close encounter experience for wildlife with luxury accommodation to provide guests with a genuine taste of the Australian wilderness. The camp is big on conservation and is largely powered by solar, owing to its belief of honouring the laws and customs of the bush and wetlands.


Safari Bungalows: Nine spacious and cool safari bungalows built upon stilts looking directly out onto the floodplains. A top-to-bottom mesh screen that keeps the bugs out but a view of the wildlife everpresent.

The Kingfisher Suite: Blends in with the natural surroundings whilst maintaining an air of privacy in the bush. The room has 81m2 of space in the bedroom alone, its features include a king size bed, lounge area and deluxe swags for sleeping out on the suite verandah. Ideal for families and couples on a romantic break.


Bamurru Plains is built on the boarder of the Mary River floodplains within a short distance from the coast and the western perimetre of Kakadu National Park. The resort can be reached within three hours from Darwin by car, or 30 minutes by a scenic charter flight. Jabiru, a popular natural attraction in Kakadu, is a 2.5 hour car journey.

Things to do:

The activities are the perfect setting for witnessing Bamurru’s wild secrets such birds taking flight from around the infinity-edge pool, or big saltwater crocodiles gently meandering down the Sampan River to track. A full itinerary of guided walks and drives off the beaten track can bring you face to face with buffalo, dingos and wallabies.

Bamurru Plains Photos




Bamurru Plains Map and Directions
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Longitude 131
  • Award-winning restaurant
  • Exclusive view of Uluru (Ayers Rock)
  • Direct access to Katu Tjuta Park
  • Large canopy safari tents
  • Remote location
  • Outdoor lounge and rest area
  • Private balcony rooms



Longitude 131° is located in the spirited heart of Central Australia, local to mighty landmarks Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta. The luxury resort embodies the true essence of Australian wilderness and spiritual ancestry. It is both a fine dining experience and scenic getaway like no other lodge in the country.


A pristine row of fifteen luxury tents tailor made for an intimate and enchanting stay are positioned in full view of the Kata Tjuta National Park boarder. The accommodation lodges are kitted with a king-sized bed and polished furnishings that pay homage to the indigenous way of life. A large sweeping tent canopy offers shade outside your abode whilst high foundations keep you positioned at an elevated level for a greater view of the landscape.


Known better as the Red Centre, this central region of Australia is also one of the most southern parts of the Northern Territory. It is rich in aboriginal culture and outback wildlife. Dual World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is a living cultural landscape, spanning over 311,000 acres of land. Uluru (Ayers Rock) and the sacred red domes of Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) are within an hour drive of the lodge HQ. Due to its remote coordinates, the lodge is not within easy reach of suburban areas and therefore often visited by plane via Alice Springs Airport.

Things to do:

Popular events include camel rides and cycling trips around the famous National Park perimetre, as well as two-day guided tours with an option to sleep amongst the stars. Back at the lodge, five-star cuisine is prepared daily, whilst comfort is provided with a lounge and pool area.

Longitude 131 Photos




Longitude 131 Map and Directions
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