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Davidson’s Arnhemland Safaris (Arnhemland)

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Situated in the north-west corner of Arnhem Land on the edge of a secluded floodplain, Mount Borradaile is the base for Davidson's Arnhemland Safaris. Internationally renowned as one of the richest and most powerful Aboriginal cultural sites in Australia, the region also boasts a botanical treasure trove of rare species and a breathtaking diversity of bird and wildlife.

Access

60 minute scenic flight from Darwin, 20 minute flight from Jabiru, or 2 hour 4WD along the sandy access track from Jabiru (dry season months from May to October only)

Activities

Bird watching, billabong cruises, barramundi fishing, visiting rock art galleries, swimming in crocodile free rockholes, bushwalking, 4WD adventure, bush tucker appreciation, photography, exploring catacombs, investigating paperbark swamps and rainforest, wildlife spotting, viewing the exotic flora

Lodge Facilities

Fully screened kitchen, dining area, library and briefing room, laundry, use of the camp telephone available on request (timed rates apply)

Room Facilities

Access to permanent toilet and shower blocks, cool mesh twin-share tents with power and external lighting

Price Shown Above

Tent for 2 people, including hotel/airport transfers in Darwin, return charter flights from Darwin, 3 nights accommodation, all meals, refreshments (a limited range of alcoholic beverages can be purchased on site) and guided activities