Lodge Locations

Hover over the map to discover useful information to assist with turning great holiday ideas into easily planned itineraries to the furthest corners and most special places on the continent.

TRUE NORTH (WA)

What to expect

Long revered as one of Australia’s outstanding adventure tourism experiences, a trip on the 18 cabin True North is an extremely eco-friendly way to access the wilderness, in style.

Getting There

North Star cruises depart from several capital cities and regional centres. Major carriers including Qantas and Virgin provide convenient access to all departure points.

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BAMURRU PLAINS (NT)

What to expect

Focussing on environmental sustainability and key luxury standards, this nine room camp exudes ‘Wild Bush Luxury’ bringing a touch of style to a remote and beautiful region.

Getting There

The camp is located on a 300 km² buffalo property 10 kms west of Kakadu. By air from Darwin or Jabiru it is 20 minutes flight into an all weather strip on the property. By road from Darwin it is approximately 2 1/2 hours drive to the property entrance.

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EL QUESTRO HOMESTEAD (WA)

What to expect

Private, exclusive homestead in the remote Kimberley. One million acres of wilderness to explore with a diverse menu of exclusive experiences.

Getting There

100km by road from Kununurra, accessed by regular flights from Darwin, Broome and Perth.

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LONGITUDE 131° (NT)

What to expect

Luxurious, eco-sensitive and romantic, Longitude 131° lies at the gateway of the dual World Heritage listed wilderness of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park facing majestic Uluru (Ayers Rock),

Getting There

Longitude 131 is located 445 km southwest of Alice Springs; a 1 hour flight, or 4-5 hours drive. Daily direct flights ato Ayers Rock are available from Sydney, Cairns, Alice Springs and Perth as well connecting flights from other capital cities.

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CRYSTALBROOK LODGE (QLD)

What to expect

Remote... wild.... elegant... Hidden in the rugged outback of North Queensland this is an outback oasis perched over the spectacular Crystalbrook Lake catering to only 10 guests.

Getting There

Transfers from Cairns or Port Douglas are recommended by either fixed wing aircraft or helicopter (40 minute travel time each way). Self drive by arrangement approx. 3 hours.

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SILKY OAKS LODGE (QLD)

What to expect

Silky Oaks Lodge is spectacularly located in the Mossman River gorge, adjoining one of the oldest living rainforests on the planet, The Daintree, and overlooks a pristine billabong.

Getting There

Self drive 20min from Port Douglas or 70min from Cairns Airport or private car transfer directly to Silky Oaks Lodge can be arranged. 1.5hr shuttle transfers from Cairns Airport. 20min helicopter transfer from Cairns Airport to Silky Oaks helipad.

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LIZARD ISLAND (QLD)

What to expect

A beautiful, natural, remote island retreat and northern-most reef resort with 24 white powdery beaches, five star cuisine and indulging spa treatments and an outstanding dive destination.

Getting There

Lizard Island is located 240km north of Cairns and 27km off the coast of North Queensland. It is easily accessed from Cairns by a 60 minute Hinterland Air transfer or private charter.

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CAPE LODGE (WA)

What to expect

Described as one of Australia’s finest gourmet establishments, Cape Lodge sits within 40 acres on its vineyard in the heart of the Margaret River wine country.

Getting There

Cape Lodge is just a 3 hour drive or a one hour flight south from Perth, and is centrally located to the town sites of Margaret River, Dunsborough and Yallingup.

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QUALIA (QLD)

What to expect

Located on the secluded northern-most tip of Hamilton Island, with outstanding attention to design and an exceptional spa, the qualia experience is one of deep sensory satisfaction.

Getting There

qualia is located on Hamilton Island, just off the Queensland Coast and is easily accessible with short daily direct flights from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Cairns.

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SPICERS PEAK LODGE (QLD)

What to expect

Australia’s highest non alpine all inclusive lodge, spectacularly located on the World Heritage listed Main Range National Park, has a focus on fine food and wine, bushwalking and mountain-biking.

Getting There

Spicers Peak Lodge is close to the World Heritage Listed Main Range National Park, the Great Dividing Range and the Granite Belt wine region, just 90 minutes drive southwest of Brisbane.

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CAPELLA LODGE (NSW)

What to expect

Nine contemporary beach-style suites, personal service, exceptional dining and the option to enjoy a range of activities combine to deliver a unique and exclusive Lord Howe experience.

Getting There

Lord Howe Island is situated in the South Pacific Ocean, 700km north-east of Sydney. It is accessed via Qantaslink flights from Sydney most days of the week, and flights from Brisbane on weekends.

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EMIRATES ONE&ONLY WOLGAN VALLEY RESORT (NSW)

What to expect

A conservation-led resort in a spectacular Australian bush setting offering 40 individual suites with private swimming pools, distinctive dining, luxury facilities and exceptional Timeless Spa.

Getting There

Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa is located approximately 190 kilometres or a three-hour drive North-west of Sydney. Helicopter transfers are just 45 minutes from Sydney and pass over one of the most dramtaic landscapes in Australia.

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PRETTY BEACH HOUSE (NSW)

What to expect

With just 3 pavilions, Pretty Beach House is a quintessentially Australian, super sophisticated guest house in a simply beautiful bush-beach setting, just over one hour from Sydney CBD.

Getting There

Pretty Beach House is an easy 90 minute drive north of Sydney or 90 minute drive South of Newcastle. The closest international airport is Sydney. Guests can arrive by car, helicopter, Seaplane or private boat.

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THE LOUISE (SA)

What to expect

This luxury vineyard retreat combines absolute luxury and inspired design with Appellation, one of Australia’s finest regional dining experiences, in the world renowned Barossa wine region.

Getting There

The Louise and Appellation are conveniently located in the heart of the Barossa Valley wine region, 75 minutes northeast of the city of Adelaide.

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SOUTHERN OCEAN LODGE (SA)

What to expect

Offering a unique fusion of nature and luxury, 21 luxe suites, breathtaking views to the great Southern Ocean, all inclusive rates, first name service and personalised experiential itinerary...

Getting There

Regular 30 minute flights operate from Adelaide to Kangaroo Island – Kingscote to be met for transfer to the Lodge. Private charters can also be arranged. To self drive, a 45 minute ferry service runs between the mainland at Cape Jervis and Penneshaw.

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LAKE HOUSE (VIC)

What to expect

A popular haunt for seasoned travellers and culinary nomads, Lake House boasts one of Australia's top restaurants and award winning wine lists. It is at the heart of a regional food mecca.

Getting There

Lake House lies on the shores of idyllic Lake Daylesford 90 minutes drive from Melbourne in Victoria’s Spa Country.

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SAFFIRE (TAS)

What to expect

Saffire, a luxury coastal sanctuary on Tasmania’s East Coast, blends mankind and nature with the breathtaking beauty of the Hazards Mountains and pristine waters of the Freycinet Peninsula.

Getting There

Saffire is located mid-way along Tasmania's East Coast, about 2.5 hours drive from the capital Hobart. There is a range of transport options available to Saffire.

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Arkaba (SA)

What to expect

With just 5 rooms Arkaba’s rustically chic homestead is a quintessentially Australian experience offering guests classic country hospitality while exploring the outback.

Getting There

Arkaba is easily accessed via a 5 hour scenic drive north of Adelaide, or a 65 minute charter flight to Hawker to be met by station staff for the 15 minute drive to the homestead

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SAL SALIS (WA)

What to expect

Where the outback meets the reef... just nine luxury wilderness tents hidden amongst the dunes overlooking Ningaloo Reef, one of Australia’s best kept natural secrets.

Getting There

Sal Salis is a 90 minute drive from Exmouth/Learmonth Airport or 60 minutes drive from Exmouth. Exmouth is serviced once or twice daily by scheduled flights from Perth, approximately 1 hour 50 minutes flight time.

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Australia’s luxury barefoot paradises are exclusive by virtue of their remoteness, their special location and the small number of guests they accommodate at any one time. Australia’s sun, sand and open space are luxuries of the rarest kind... from the unforgettable coast, reefs and islands; the fertile mountains and vibrant food and wine producing regions to the boundless horizons of the outback.

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