Davidson’s Arnhemland Safaris is built on a sacred aboriginal site comprising of rainforests, lakes and mountainous rock formations. As the honorary custodian of this vast area, Max Davidson invites visitors to stay in what would otherwise be a private wilderness.

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Accommodation is in the form of cabins in the heart of the forest, all with en-suite bathrooms, Wi-Fi and solar power. A communal area includes a library, lounge, bar, pool and outdoor terrace for al fresco dining. Meals are relaxed affairs, served overlooking the bush.

The land surrounding Mount Borradaile is fascinating and tells stories of 50,000 years of aboriginal history. The activities on offer are endless, ranging from billabong cruises, Barramundi fishing and wildlife spotting, to visiting rock art galleries and exploring catacombs.


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