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Top tips for finding the perfect Kakadu National Park hotel
Golfers will be delighted to know that your visit to Kakadu National Park can include a round or three of golf at Jabiru Golf Course. If you’d like to stay as close as possible to the golf course, consider booking your accommodation at a Jabiru hotel, like Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel.
Travellers heading to Kakadu National Park on a budget may wish to consider booking a cabin at a campsite like Aurora Kakadu Lodge. Here, you can enjoy a self-contained cabin in the natural landscape. You’ll also have a pool and easy access to the national park and Bowali Visitors Centre.
If you’re looking for a rustic experience during your stay in Kakadu National Park, consider booking a bungalow at Lakeview Park. Your private bungalow will be ensconced in nature, allowing you to fully appreciate the quiet and solitude of the bush.
Travellers who like to bring their dog with them on their adventures should know that it is prohibited to bring pets into Kakadu National Park. For this reason, you probably won’t find any hotels in the region that are open to accepting pets. You will find pet hotels in Darwin, where you can leave your furry friend while you venture out to Kakadu National Park.
FAQs when booking a hotel in Kakadu National Park
If you’ll be visiting Kakadu National Park with a large group of friends, consider booking cabins at one of the region’s resorts or campgrounds. Spots like Anbinik Kakadu Resort allow you to all stay close together while having the privacy of your own cabins. You can enjoy the resort-style pool, lush tropical gardens and many picnic tables and outdoor areas.
For a romantic stay in the Kakadu region, consider one of the few hotels situated within the bounds of the national park, like Cooinda Lodge Kakadu. Here, you can enjoy a deluxe cabin in the heart of Kakadu, with nature stretching out in all directions. The resort features a bar, lounge, coffee shop, restaurant and pool, so you can enjoy all the romantic benefits of seclusion while still having access to modern amenities.
Guests who use a wheelchair will find everything from cabins to hotel rooms offering disability-friendly access. However, if you’d like a comprehensive suite of facilities, a hotel in Jabiru is a good idea. Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel, for example, offers rooms with grab rails and modified baths. The hotel also offers other useful conveniences to make your stay more comfortable, including a laundry service, room service and packed lunches.
The resorts, lodges and campgrounds around Kakadu National Park are all ideal for families as they offer plenty of great facilities to cater for both kids and their parents. Cooinda Lodge Kakadu will place you within the bounds of the national park and offers a kids’ pool, a child-friendly buffet, playgrounds and family rooms with cots available, if needed.
Where to stay in Kakadu National Park?
Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in Kakadu National Park by showing you the exact location of each hotel.