Davidson’s Safaris – Arnhemland Aboriginal Rock Art in Outback Australia

Immerse yourself in the pristine beauty, mystique and splendid isolation of Arnhem Land by staying at this private eco-lodge at Mt Borradaile. The registered Aboriginal sacred site is nestled against the Arnhem Land escarpment and surrounded by billabongs, floodplains and paperbark swamps. The traditional owners have given celebrated bushman Max Davidson special permission to operate a safari camp from which the company runs a number of nature-based discovery tours. Trained guides will take you to ancient rock art sites, tropical wetlands and enchanted rock formations. The four-star lodge offers small range of spacious ensuite cabins, a communal dining room, lounge and bar area and swimming pool. Resident chefs prepare an impressive range of gourmet meals throughout your stay. With its unprecedented access to Aboriginal rock art sites, jaw-dropping landscapes and a rich variety of wildlife, no one ever forgets their time here. Mt Borradaile is easily accessible from Darwin, using light aircraft or 4WD vehicle.

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