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Carnarvon Gorge Wilderness Lodge

Indicative Rate * AU$220 to AU$260

Carnarvon Gorge Wilderness Lodge is the closest accommodation to the Gorge!

With plenty of active wildlife to see up close, a salt water swimming pool and the only licensed restaurant Carnarvon Gorge Wilderness Lodge offers a bush holiday in style.

The distinctive safari style cabins are set among native trees and ancient macrozamia palms and offer tea and coffee making facilities, evaporative air cooling and heating. The fully licensed restaurant's al a carte menus caters perfectly for families, groups, couples and special occasions. The al fresco decking area offers a "gorge"ous setting to enjoy your meal, devonshire tea, espresso coffee or cold beverages

Get set to discover glamping while you relax, unwind and enjoy the ancient tranquil surroundings of Carnarvon Gorge.

Special note: The cabins do not have cooking facilities, there are no communal cooking facilities available and the setting up of cooking equipment on site is not authorised.

Annual Closure: 1 November to 1 March.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Public Telephone
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Rooms

Queen Cabin

Individual Safari Cabins spread throughout 23 acres of bushland. Queen Cabins contain one queen bed, ensuite bathrooms, tea and coffee making facilities, small bar fridge, heating, evaporative coolers and own veranda.

Carnarvon Gorge Wilderness Lodge is the closest accommodation to the Gorge!

With plenty of active wildlife to see up close, a salt water swimming pool and licensed restaurant Carnarvon Gorge Wilderness Lodge offers a bush holiday in style.

Queen plus Single Cabin

Individual Safari Cabins spread throughout 23 acres of bushland. Queen Single Cabins contain one queen bed and one single bed all in one room, ensuite bathrooms, tea and coffee making facilities, small bar fridge, heating, evaporative coolers and own veranda.

Carnarvon Gorge Wilderness Lodge is the closest accommodation to the Gorge!

With plenty of active wildlife to see up close, a salt water swimming pool and licensed restaurant Carnarvon Gorge Wilderness Lodge offers a bush holiday in style.

Queen plus Two Singles Cabin

Individual Safari Cabins spread throughout 23 acres of bushland. Queen plus Two Singles Cabins contain contain one queen bed and two single beds all in one room, ensuite bathrooms, tea and coffee making facilities, small bar fridge, heating, evaporative coolers and own veranda.

Carnarvon Gorge Wilderness Lodge is the closest accommodation to the Gorge!

With plenty of active wildlife to see up close, a salt water swimming pool and licensed restaurant Carnarvon Gorge Wilderness Lodge offers a bush holiday in style.

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