We stayed at Point Stuart Wilderness Lodge in a basic cabin for three nights.The rooms were small, but clean. Bath room was also simple, but functional and clean.
The restaurant served good food, a bit expensive, but what can you expect if you are more than 100k from civilisation and still want to have fresh food.
The pool is very nice, although the pool experience could be improved with some nice beds, etc. Now it was only a good pool and you had to bring your own chair if you wanted to sit and read a bit.
We had a crocodile and a sun set safari, and they were awesome! The guides were good, knowledgeable and very friendly.
Rest of the staff was also very friendly and helpful.
When we were there they were renovating some of the facilities. If they do that with the pool and the other buildings, the place will be more appealing.
In the evenings there was quite some wild life (wallabies, tree frogs), unfortunately also quite some cane toads.
I cannot really compare it with any other lodges so remote in this area of the world, so for me I would still recommend this place, although it needs some pimping up (which as I mentioned they have started with).More