Mt Mulligan Lodge provides luxury outback accommodation for just 16 guests at a time in its spacious suites and family pavilions.
Mt Mulligan Lodge provides luxury outback accommodation for just 16 guests at a time in its spacious suites and family pavilions. Located on a 28,000 hectare private property, guests can experience the daily operations of a working Australian cattle station, or explore on their own. Activities include fishing, kayaking, nature walks, and discovering the property by ATV bike. Take a picnic lunch for that extra special outback experience. This all-inclusive lodge also has an impressive infinity pool, rustic sunset bar and unique outdoor bathtubs in all accommodation to allow guests to relax in nature.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner, select drinks, complimentary mini bar, daily curated Mt. Mulligan experience, free use of kayaks & SUP boards, yoga mats & ATV bikes to explore the property
Three hour drive or 30 minute helicopter from Cairns in Tropical North Queensland
Outdoor suite or pavilion for the extra space, but all rooms are special
Couples and families. Kids under 3 fly free too
Best Nearby Walk
Geraldine Rock Track, 12km return; or the Lodge Loop Track, 6km
Best Nearby Park
None, but the Lodge is part of a 28,000 hectare cattle station sitting at the foot of the 18 km escarpment of stunning Mount Mulligan.
Best Food & Wine Experience
Signature ‘Dining under the stars’ experience – a 7 course extravaganza. Cost applies
Best Place for Relaxation
In the rustic corrugated open-air bathtub on your veranda
Open year-round except late January to late February. The wet season is at its peak from January to March (helicopter to the lodge during this time)
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