Kakadu National Park NT
Located in an exclusive and restricted area of Kakadu National Park, where less that 1000 people a year gain access, the Hawk Dreaming Wilderness Lodge features just 12 twin share ensuited tented safari cabins. A daily Sunset Safari explores stunning rock art and sandstone outcrops before a spectacular sunset on the escarpment over the wetlands. Return to camp for a delicious evening meal presented by our resident camp host and enjoy an authentic Aussie experience as you relax around a campfire under the stars. Retire to the comfort of your tented safari cabin at the end of a memorable day.
All inclusive price per person per night including all transfers, meals, accommodation, and sunset safari.
2024 Rates Twin Share Adult $524 per person, Child $394 each, Solo passenger $682 per adult
All inclusive rate including dinner and breakfast, accommodation and rock art sunset tour
Day 1: Transfer at 3 pm from Border Store to Hawk Dreaming Wilderness Lodge for afternoon rock art tour, enjoying sunset over the escarpment and floodplains followed by dinner at the lodge.
Day 2: Transfer back to the Border Store before your aboriginal guide takes you on a 1 & 3/4 hour Guluyambi Cultural Cruise on the East Alligator River.
2024 Rates Twin Share Adults $1260 per person, Child $982 each, Solo passenger $1640 per adult
Day 1: Arrive at the Border Store at 2.30pm and present yourself to the staff on the counter in order to gain access to park your vehicle in the compound and get your luggage ready for the Hawk Dreaming Lodge transfer vehicle at 3pm. After arriving at the lodge and getting acquainted with the facilities you’ll be treated to a sunset tour taking in nearby rock art sites and nibbles by the Cannon Hill billabong or rock art sites before returning to the Lodge for dinner.
Day 2: Breakfast will be served between 7am and 8am before you are connected with the Arnhemlander Cultural and Heritage 4wd day Tour. You’ll experience vast flood plains, towering escarpment, rock art sites, Indigenous artist at work at Injalak Arts Centre and lunch by Inkiyu Billabong with a knowledgeable guide.
Your camp hosts will collect you from the Arnhemlander tour and transfer you back to the camp. You will again have the opportunity to do another sunset tour around the camp visiting different sites from the previous evening before heading back to the Lodge for a home cooked meal.
Day 3: Again breakfast will be served between 7am and 8am before you are transferred back to the Border Store to connect with your vehicle and the nearby 9am Guluyambi Cultural Cruise. The cruise duration is 1 hour and 45 minutes. After the cruise you self-drive at your leisure back to Darwin.