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Point Stuart Wilderness Lodge
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Reviewed 9 September 2013

Originally booked 3 nights in budget cabin...only ended up staying two due to a monumental stuff up with our boat hire (booked through the lodge). The budget rooms are small and very basic. There's 2 single beds and a bar fridge and that is it. For the price tag of $170 per night I expected better. The amenities are very basic, there's shared bathrooms for the budget cabins. Not usually an issue for me but here you get eaten by midgies and mozzies on the walk back to your room. It's virtually impossible to keep the insects out of your room at night so you need to douse yourself in insect repellant any time after dark. To be honest the place is generally tired and in need of some TLC. The best part is the location, about 20km by dirt road to Shady Camp, with access to excellent barra fishing...if you can put up with the sub-standard accommodation.

  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled with friends
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1  Thank Steve C
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Reviewed 23 May 2013

We found this place by mistake but it was one of the best places to stay during our NT trip. Absolutely peaceful place in the middle of Mary River wetlands. Friendly and helpful staff. Facilities bit "old school" but clean. The menu in bistro is little overpriced. They do wetlands cruises (1,5 hour $55) which was one of the best I have ever done. We have seen 5 crocks, many birds and other animals. The camp is full of kangaroos, which makes this place even more special. Obviously no mobile network available.

  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled with friends
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1  Thank Lajoska
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Reviewed 17 May 2013

Accommodation looks a bit tired, shared amenities block is fine but bbq / kitchen area is third world and ropey. The menu in the bistro looked interesting, but no air-con in the eating area made a restaurant meal pretty unappealing. Grass looked nice in the camping area, but is a bit rich at $17 per person for some average facilities...

  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 25 March 2013

Been in the Territory all my life and know the history of Point Stuart, but this was the first time I had the pleasure of staying at the Point Stuart Wilderness Lodge. The manger/owner Dean and all the staff that were present for our stay were excellent. We enjoy both a deluxe room (with own bathroom) and standard room (share bathroom) both were good standards with good beds, aircon, small bar fridges. The deluxe room also included tea/coffee, bed side lamp and mozzie domes over the bed/s which was a lovely touch and added to the ambiance. My suggestion to Family would be to bring things like pool toys, bike/s, kites, Frisbees etc as there is great space. Everyone bring nibbles to enjoy outdoors prior to dinner watching the amazing sunset (i have downloaded a photo). Eat and drink in the “Saloon” and restaurant as this is a great place to swap story and pick up new travelling tips. We were here during a fishing comp and the place was overrun with fishing guys and gal. As the wilderness is just outside your door, things like insects, mozzies and dust were experienced in and outside our room, but not that it affected our stay.

Room Tip: Deluxe rooms 12 and 13 have a lovely veranda. Try the Barra Bites for entree.. delicous
  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 6 June 2011

Great place to truly get away too, no mobile or cell network, great people a little rough but worth the experience, owners are a very nice young couple, staff very helpful

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled with friends
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Thank Travellerlaguna
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