Mitchell Falls Wilderness Lodge
About the Lodge
The Wunambal people welcome visitors to Ngauwudu (Mitchell Plateau). Mitchell Falls Wilderness Lodge is a stunning example of our ‘touch of luxury in the wilderness’ philosophy.View Highlights & Attractions
If you wish to take a dip in the lodge's natural waterhole, our swimming platform and deck will provide easy access into this palm-fringed oasis.
Strategically Located, Advanced Ecotourism Certified
APT is leading the way in the Kimberley, offering tours that have minimal impact on the natural environment. As the only major tour operator to have Advanced Eco-Certification in the Kimberley, we’re proud to be number one with discerning travellers.
No other major tour operator in the Kimberley has achieved Advanced Ecotourism certification. Our initiatives include using environmentally friendly cleaning products, returning all recyclable items to Broome for processing, adopting solar/diesel hybrid systems to cut down on fossil fuels and utilising ABCO systems for recycling water. For over 10 years, we have been working hard to limit our impact.
Each lodge is strategically located to maximise your experience, making the driving distances seem smaller.
Driving Directions & Travel Times
The distances and travel times listed are a guide only and subject to road conditions.
Distances and Times from the lodge
|Between Mitchell Falls Wilderness Lodge & Drysdale River Station||168||4.5hrs|
|Between Mitchell Falls Wilderness Lodge & Kununurra||523||9hrs|
|Between Kununurra & Bungle Bungle Wilderness Lodge||315||5hrs|
|Between Bungle Bungle Wilderness Lodge & Fitzroy||460||6hrs|
|Between Fitzroy Crossing & Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge||270||4.5hrs|
|Between Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge & Drysdale River Station||246||4.5hrs|
Finest Dining in the Wilderness
Dining will become a highlight of your adventure as three-course dinners are served each night. Regional specialties are served with Indigenous herbs, for an authentic flavour. Our lodges are licensed and provide a select range of Matso’s locally brewed beer and Rosabrook Margaret River wines for purchase.