Hawk Dreaming Wilderness Lodge
The Hawk Dreaming Wilderness Lodge provide visitors the opportunity to experience a remote and restricted area of Kakadu in an environmentally and culturally sensitive way; by way of small group tours led by experienced guides and lodge hosts.
The lodge is situated in an special and justifiably renowned part of the Park, known as Cannon Hill, which has abundant wildlife, especially bird and marine life, and where a large diversity of the Park’s landscape elements come together. The sandstone outliers around Cannon Hill host significant rock art dating back many thousands of years The whole of the Cannon Hill area where the camp is situated is a registered scared site..
Features; Operates between 15th May & 30th September yearly; Exclusive access to a restricted area of Kakadu National Park with transfers to & from the Border Store; Comfortable tented cabins with ensuite facilities & decks; Daily evening guided tour for lodge guests to explore rock art sites & sunset on the escarpment; Knowledgeable and experienced camp hosts and guides; Three-course home style dinner & breakfast included & 3 day 2 night packages inclusive of an Arnhemlander 4wd Tour and Guluyambi Cruise are available.
- Quality Tourism Accreditation
Return to the lodge for a delightful dinner. After breakfast, enjoy an Aboriginal-guided Guluyambi Cultural cruise. The all-inclusive tariff covers accommodation in a tented safari cabin, dinner and breakfast, transfers to and from the Border Store, Sunset Rock Art Safari and cruise. Located in an exclusive and restricted area of Kakadu National Park, where less that 1000 people a year access this permit-only area, the lodge features just 12 twin share ensuited tented safari cabins. Your comfort is enhanced by private en-suite facilities, comfortable beds, insect screens and a fan. The only extras are alcoholic beverages and soft drinks.
Your comfort is enhanced by private en-suite facilities, comfortable beds, insect screens and a fan.
A Sunset Rock art Safari explores unique aboriginal art and sandstone outcrops before enjoying appetisers and a spectacular champagne sunset on the escarpment and over the wetlands before dinner.
Spend day 2 on an Arnhemlander 4wd tour exploring exclusive aboriginal art and cultural sites and the Injalak Art and craft Centre in Oenpelli. Return to the Lodge before another sunset safari. After breakfast, enjoy an Aboriginal-guided Guluyambi Cultural cruise. The all-inclusive tariff covers accommodation in a tented safari cabin, dinner and breakfast, transfers to and from the Border Store, Sunset Rock Art Safaris, Arnhemland tour and cruise. The only extras are alcoholic beverages and soft drinks.
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