Point Stuart Wilderness Lodge
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Dylan was up this morning at 4 and he and Noel left around 5:00. They picked up the other 2 members of their group and then were on the road. They stopped at Corroboree Park and got some breakfast on the way. It took about 2 hours to get to Point Stuart Wilderness Lodge where they would be staying in the cabins - 4 to a room - dorm style :-p. We …
an extremely early start (i think 5am) and head to meet our fellow travellers and our guide jordan, and the 4wd truck which was to be our home for the next three days. group of about 14-15 people. evs and i jumped in the front seat and started off an excitable chat with the tour guide.
stop en route for an egg and bacon roll at a …
... act. It was a husband & wife & they had everyone in stitches. Mick went to get a coffee & Josh & Cass were sitting at the front so I was happily sitting a couple of rows back near the bins minding my own business when I was spotted!!! "What's your name with the beautiful smile?" ****!! I turned around & he was talking to me. So I was dragged up in front ...
... but were never used as they leaked, and corrosion set in. They are now a tourist attraction and home to wartime photos on the walls. We then returned to the shopping district for lunch and more browsing through the shops on our way walking back to the car service centre as I'd received a text message saying the service was complete, and the car ready for pickup. We decided to visit the Cullen Bay marina once ...
... and a half away so we don't see much of
them. We were thinking of going down for the weekend to the resort
they are working at, but at 4599 per night we will give it a miss
unless we can camp with them.
We went out to Litchfield National park last week and visited all
the falls and swimming holes that were open. One was still closed
and we found out later that the crocodile in it was shot the day
after we were there. Not ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsPoint Stuart Wilderness Lodge Darwin
Dean and Nardeane have one if the nicest places to visit. They offer all services that one would expect from a wilderness lodge. Plenty of fishing to be done. Wet land cruises and atv safari tours. All at a great rate. Highly recommended
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