Why we like it
- The camp is set on a vast tropical savannah in the North West corner of Arnhemland, adjacent to Kakadu National Park and Coburg Peninsula in Australia's Northern Territory
- Mt Borradaile's new dining room is the social hub of the camp and is renowned for quality food and fine wines served in a relaxed atmosphere
- The camp has crocodile-free rock pools for swimming, as well as a sandstone paved pool
- Other facilities include lounge, bar, library, internet area and a large outdoor deck area for alfresco dining
About Davidsons Safari Camp
Davidson's Arnhemland Safari Camp at Mt Borradaile is a registered aboriginal sacred site in a remote 700 sq-km, exclusively leased area nestled against the Arnhemland escarpment. This is a landscape of rugged ranges fringed by idyllic billabongs, flood plains, paper bark swamps and monsoonal rainforests - an astonishingly beautiful wilderness.
Access to the safari lodge is either by scenic flight from Darwin, by Jabiru or by 4WD during the dry season (May-October).
At the camp itself, comfortable, airy tents and cabins surround the main complex, which houses the camp dining room and lounges. The accommodation is uncompromisingly simple, yet comfortable - but the real star is the surroundings, where a range of guided tours and activities offer a unique opportunity to explore the rugged beauty of this sacred area.