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Mitchell Falls Wilderness Lodge

Conveniently situated close to Mitchell Falls, Mitchell Falls Wilderness Lodge is the ideal base for exploring some of the Kimberley's most unforgettable attractions. Relaxing with comfortable tented cabins, a swimming deck and access to the brilliant Ungolan Pavilion, you'll stay in style.

About the Lodge

An independent self-drive Kimberley holiday is a fantastic way to explore this incredible region. Go beyond everyday camping and stay at APT’s stunning wilderness lodges to elevate your Kimberley experience.

  • Open-air dining with three-course dinners and buffet breakfasts included.
  • Service of friendly APT Lodge Hosts.
  • Tea, coffee and filtered water available.
  • Packed lunches available.
  • Fully-equipped bar and lounge to relax after your day of sightseeing.
  • Advanced Ecotourism Certified.

Self-Drive Accommodation

The distances and travel times listed are a guide only and subject to road conditions.

Distances and Times from the lodge
Destination KM Time
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

Mitchell Falls Map

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Mitchell Falls Wilderness Lodge is perfectly positioned for the self-drive traveller.

Perfectly Situated

Map showing the locations of our Wilderness Lodges

Our Other Lodges

Boasting the best locations and offering ‘a touch of luxury’, APT’s network of exclusive wilderness lodges continues to lead the way for remote accommodation.

Passengers sitting outside the tent at Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge

Bell Gorge

Two hundred metres off the Gibb River Road, the lodge offers easy access to Bell, Windjana, Galvans and Barnett River Gorges, and Tunnel Creek. It is the perfect base for exploring the western Kimberley.
Image of Bell Gorge waterfall, Kimberley

The Kimberley

Discover Australia’s last frontier, where fiery red landscapes and emerald flora are set off against cobalt skies. Explore secluded gorges that hide ancient Indigenous rock art, enjoy welcoming waterholes and get up close to the Bungle Bungle Range.
Interior of Bungle Bungle Wilderness Lodge tent with passengers sitting outside

Bungle Bungle

Located in the heart of Purnululu National Park, the lodge offers brilliant access to the famous beehive striped domes of the Bungle Bungle Range, Piccaninny Creek, Echidna Chasm and the natural amphitheatre of Cathedral Gorge.