Resorts Retreat and Lodges

Located on a private 28,000-hectare heritage site, Mt Mulligan Lodge offers boutique accommodation in the shadow of Mount Mulligan. Guests will be able to experience the spirit of the Queensland outback through a captivating landscape with indigenous significance dating 37,000 years. The expansive property bears the marks of the historic gold and coal rush and in its current operation, as a working cattle station, the pastoral history of Australia.

The lodge accommodates just 16 guests and features three different room types, a beautifully designed main pavilion for guest meals and relaxation, a pool and sunset bar. Each guest room is also assigned its own electric buggy to explore the sprawling property. The lodge is accessible via a 35-minute scenic helicopter flight from Cairns or a two and a half hour four wheel drive adventure.

The experiences have been designed to make the most of the rugged outback – guided tours of the goldfields including a demonstration of Australia’s oldest operating gold crusher at Tyrconnell, exploration of the historic coal mine and abandoned township, ATV adventures, gourmet picnic hampers, wildlife spotting, sunset drinks, stargazing, hikes, barramundi fishing in the weir and the chance to experience the operations of a cattle station.

Facilities

Bar Carpark Communal Lounge Family Friendly Free Wifi Laundry Non Smoking Open Fireplace Outdoor Dining Area Outdoor Furniture Restaurant Secure Parking Swimming Pool

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available

Accreditation

COVID Clean Practicing Business

Services

Outback Pavilion One

With views overlooking the sparkling weir and the majestic Mount Mulligan, these stunning pavilions are designed with families and groups in mind as it features two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a lounge.

This bungalow is the combination of the Outback Room and the Outback Suite to create a family getaway. The lounge is spacious, with a cosy wood-burning fire place, buttery tan leather furniture, and private deck with rounded outdoor dining table offering captivating views of the sparkling weir and the imposing ridges of Mount Mulligan.

Children Catered For Disabled Access

Air Conditioning Balcony Bath Blankets Desk Hairdryer Heating Iron Kettle Kitchenette Linen supplied Lounge/Dining Area Outdoor Furniture Private Bathroom Shower Tea/Coffee making facilities Minibar
Outback Room

The Outback Room, perfect for those travelling individually or as a duo, is situated on the water’s edge of a sparkling eucalyptus-fringed weir and captures the majestic beauty and moods of the 18-kilometre long sandstone escarpment of Mount Mulligan.

The spacious Outback Room is contemporary and luxurious; yet retains a raw external charm with its spotted gum timber cladding, pitched cathedral ceiling and deep verandah. Inside, the earthy-tones of the fine linen, sisal rug and dark green wall panelling give a rich sense of place, mirroring the colours found in the outback environment outside. With its dark grey natural stone tiles and bronze fittings, the ensuite bathroom is both luxurious and calming.

On your private verandah, a corrugated iron water tank has been re-purposed as a deep outdoor bath, orientated to capture uninterrupted views of the Australian outback.

Children Catered For Disabled Access

Air Conditioning Balcony Bath Blankets Desk Hairdryer Heating Kettle Kitchenette Linen supplied Outdoor Furniture Private Bathroom Shower Tea/Coffee making facilities
Outback Retreat

The Outback Suite, with its adjoining lounge room, is ideal for those looking for additional space to unwind in. The lounge is spacious, with a cosy wood-burning fire place, buttery tan leather furniture, and private deck with rounded outdoor dining table offering captivating views of the sparkling weir and the imposing ridges of Mount Mulligan.

The spacious Outback Suite is contemporary and luxurious; yet retains a raw external charm with its spotted gum timber cladding, pitched cathedral ceiling and deep verandah. Inside, the earthy-tones of the fine linen, sisal rug, and dark green wall panelling give a rich sense of place, mirroring the colours found in the outback environment outside. With its dark grey natural stone tiles and bronze fittings, the ensuite bathroom is both luxurious and calming.

On your private verandah, a corrugated iron water tank has been re-purposed as a deep outdoor bath, orientated to capture uninterrupted views of the Australian outback.

Children Catered For Disabled Access

Air Conditioning Balcony Bath Blankets Desk Hairdryer Heating Kettle Kitchenette Linen supplied Lounge/Dining Area Outdoor Furniture Private Bathroom Shower Tea/Coffee making facilities

Rates

From AU$1700.00

Prices include all gourmet meals, complimentary inclusion of selected Australian spirits, wines and beers, Mt Mulligan experience daily – nature based guided activities and guided ATV drives and unlimited use of paddle boards, kayaks, light fishing gear and electric buggies.

Trading Times

Check In: 2:35 pm
Check Out: 11:00 am

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