Jabiru Safari Lodge at Mareeba Wetlands

Mareeba, Mareeba Area

Indicative Rate * AU$218 to AU$490

Jabiru Safari Lodge at Mareeba Wetlands provides a sanctuary for outback wildlife in the heart of the 2000 hectare Mareeba Tropical Savanna and Wetlands Reserve. The Reserve is a nature refuge and protects over 2000 hectares of Savanna woodland, including 350 acres of regionally important wetlands. Income from sustainable tourism is reinvested in the Reserve to manage and research its exceptional biodiversity, such as the breeding and reintroduction program for the critically endangered Gouldian Finch.

Your lodge host and reserve guide will make you welcome and are happy to assist to make your stay memorable and rewarding. The African-style safari tented accommodation blends into the open savanna woodland providing comfortable overnight glamping style accommodation .

Their Outback experience tariff is inclusive of accommodation, tours, meals and activities. Alternatively, you can opt for the bed and breakfast rate and self-cater.

A daily wildlife safari in the custom-designed, safari vehicle allows excellent wildlife and bird life viewing while touring the Reserve at a leisurely pace. Kangaroos, wallabies and emus are regularly sighted, along with many of the Reserve's 222 bird species.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Canoeing
  • Hiking/Trekking

Other Information

Family Friendly:

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

Our rooms

Nestled within the 2000 hectare Mareeba Wetlands Wildlife Refuge, the Lodge allows guests to experience the outback with a touch of class.

The 12 volt solar-powered Eco African style Safari Tented Accommodation is spacious with a queen and single bed standard, ensuite and private front balcony. The all-inclusive package includes a guided wildlife safari with each night accommodation, evening meals on the Lagoon deck and all activities including canoeing, 12 kilometres of walking trails, Eco cruise and Conservancy membership. A continental breakfast is included in tariff.

A taste of the outback in a unique wetlands environment!

Sleeps three adults or two adults and two children.(with rollaway bedding on request).

The Wetlands cafe is open daily for snacks and lunches.

Nestled within the 2000 hectare Mareeba Wetlands Wildlife Refuge, the Lodge allows guests to experience the outback with a touch of class.

The 12 volt solar-powered Eco African style Safari Tented Accommodation is spacious with a queen and single bed standard, ensuite and barbecue located on private front balcony. Barbecue packs or Lagoon Deck meals are available for purchase. A continental Breakfast is included in tariff. Also included is access to a combined 12 kilometres of walking trails and conservancy membership. Wildlife Safaris, eco cruises and canoes are available for additional charges.

A taste of the outback in a unique wetlands environment!

Sleeps three adults or two adults and two children.(with rollaway bedding on request)

The Wetlands cafe is open daily for snacks and lunches.

Nestled within the 2000 hectare Mareeba Wetlands Wildlife Refuge, the Lodge allows guests to experience the outback with a touch of class.

The Deluxe African-style Safari Tented Accommodation has spacious ensuites, a queen and single bed standard and private front balcony. A communal barbecue is located in the outdoor area with barbecue packs or Lagoon Deck meals available for purchase. A continental Breakfast is included in tariff. Also included is access to a combined 12 kilometres of walking trails and conservancy membership. Wildlife Safaris, eco cruises and canoes are available for additional charges.

A taste of the outback in a unique wetlands environment!

Sleeps three adults or two adults and two children.(with rollaway bedding on request).

Nestled within the 2000 hectare Mareeba Wetlands Wildlife Refuge, the Lodge allows guests to experience the Outback with a Touch of Class.

The Deluxe African-style Safari Tented Accommodation has spacious ensuites, a queen and single bed standard and private front balcony. The all inclusive Outback experience includes a guided wildlife safari with each night of accommodation, 15 combined kilometres of marked walking trails and evening meals served on the Lagoon Deck.

With guest numbers limited to ten at any one time, the experience is personalised and an ideal way to escape from the crowds and observe the wildlife in its own environment. A taste of the outback in a unique wetlands environment!

Sleeps three adults or two adults and two children.(with rollaway bedding on request).

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