Accommodation on tour
APT Wilderness Lodges
Boasting the best locations and offering ‘a touch of luxury’, APT’s network of intimate wilderness lodges continues to lead the way for remote accommodation.
APT ran its first tour into the vast and rugged frontier of the Kimberley over 40 years ago. In those days, accommodation didn’t exist. Since then, APT has built unique partnerships with the Traditional Owners and created a network of exclusive wilderness lodges in key locations, many of which are in enviable positions on prime Indigenous-owned sites.
Today, this commitment to quality and innovation continues. Completed in 2015, the Ungolan Pavilion at Mitchell Falls Wilderness Lodge raises the bar for remote accommodation once again.
Architecturally designed, it fuses modern Australian and Indigenous influences, creating a sophisticated sanctuary in this rugged frontier. New features include a lounge, bar, library and dining areas. A new commercial kitchen will enable us to provide an even higher standard of gourmet cuisine.
APT together with the local Kandiwal Community, invite you to be one of the first adventures to experience the ancient landscapes and rich indigenous culture combined with this new sophisticated sanctuary on the Mitchell Plateau.
Luxury Tented Cabins with Private Ensuites
After a day packed with adventure, you can relax in the evening as complete comfort awaits you.
Wine & Dine
The talented chefs at each of our wilderness lodges strive to make the dining experience at their restaurant the highlight of your journey. Incorporating locally sourced Australian produce into a contemporary menu, the three-course dinners prepared in these remote locations will astound you.
Dedicated APT Lodge Hosts
We are fortunate to have a super friendly team of wilderness lodge hosts. Living in some of Australia’s most remote places, they are always keen to welcome new guests. From the moment you arrive, you’ll notice their exceptional level of personal service and care combined with a good dose of fun.
Each lodge is strategically located to maximise your experience, making the driving distances seem smaller. Your days will be filled with highlights and your nights spent in dream-like locations.
|Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge
In an enviable position just 200-meters off the Gibb River Road, Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge is located on a prime indigenous-owned site close to the Imintji Aboriginal community. The lodge offers easy access to Bell, Windjana, Galvans and Barnett River Gorges, and Tunnel Creek. It is the perfect base for exploring the western Kimberley.
|Bungle Bungle Wilderness Lodge
Bungle Bungle Wilderness Lodge is located in the heart of Purnululu National Park. The lodge offers convenient access to the stunning beehive domes of the Bungle Bungle Range, and the breathtaking beauty of Piccaninny Creek, Cathedral Gorge, Echidna Chasm and Mini Palms Gorge.
Set in an idyllic bush setting giving you the opportunity to relax and appreciate the park’s tranquil beauty. The ensuited tented cabins are strategically placed near the main lodge facilities, yet still offer privacy.
|Mitchell Falls Wilderness Lodge
*New – Ungolan Pavilion*
The Ungolan Pavilion at APT’s Mitchell Falls Wilderness Lodge raises the bar once again for remote accommodation. Enjoy a sophisticated, yet informal setting at the brand new Ungolan Pavillion at Mitchell Falls Wilderness Lodge. Architecturally designed, it fuses modern Australian and Indigenous influences, creating a sophisticated sanctuary in this rugged frontier.
Other accommodations that APT use (please check your preferred itinerary to see which ones apply on your tour)
Here’s a selection that shows the diverse range of accommodation you’ll find when travelling through the Kimberley and Outback with APT.
|Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa, Broome
This iconic resort boasts a spectacular setting, luxurious rooms, an array of dining choices, the first Australian L’Occitane spa, two swimming pools and, of course the Sunset Bar and Grill to watch the sun sink into the Indian Ocean.
|Cicada Lodge, Katherine
Cicada Lodge sits on an escarpment in the Nitmiluk National Park and is 100% Indigenous-owned. Simple and elegant, the lodge has an organic integrity that allows it to blend into the dramatic landscape.
|Emma Gorge Resort, El Questro Wilderness Park
Over one million acres in size, El Questro Wilderness Park extends for 80 kms into its heart. Amongst an oasis of palms lies Emma Gorge Resort. Immersed in nature, your tented cabin features a comfortable bed and spacious ensuite.
Hawk Dreaming Wilderness Lodge, Kakadu
This unique location at Cannon Hill, near Ubirr, offers an inspiring insight into Aboriginal culture and heritage. You are granted exclusive access to a restricted area of Kakadu, abundant with wildlife and rarely viewed Aboriginal art sites.