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Bathurst Lodge, Tiwi Islands

Ultimate Tiwi Experience

Escape to an spectacular location with panoramic views of the water with all the comforts of home, including air-conditioned single or twin accommodation, serviced rooms, chef prepared meals and a fully licensed bar. Fishing enthusiasts can choose from a variety of fishing tours with exclusive access to dozens of unspoiled spots.

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Bathurst Lodge, Tiwi Islands

Choose your Tiwi basecamp

Relax in a comfortable guest room set amongst acres of tropical gardens on Melville Island. Visiting anglers will be delighted by bluewater, reef and estuary touring options accompanied by a local guide. Try crabbing ‘local-style’ or play a round of golf on a unique 9-hole golf course. Return at the end of the day and enjoy a hearty meal and cold drink at the restaurant and bar.

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Pukamani Burial Poles

Tours

Meet local Tiwi artists and experience the thriving culture including, traditional hunting methods and bush tucker.

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Meet local Tiwi Artists with Sealink tours

Art

The Tiwi people are famous for their art, which hangs in galleries around the world. Visit an art centre to meet the artists, watch them paint, weave, sculpt and carve and learn the story behind their distinctive pieces. You can purchase artworks directly from the artist at reasonable prices.

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Fish

Fishing with Tiwi Adventures

Fishing adventure

Escape to the Tiwi Islands for your ultimate fishing experience. A great place for barramundi fishing year-round.

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Ask a local

Connect with the Top End Visitor Information Centre to find out more about charters from Darwin to Tiwi Islands, fishing packages and more.

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Explore this timeless region home to rugged escarpments, cascading waterfalls and wetlands teeming with wildlife. Only a few hours’ drive from Darwin, Kakadu is steeped in rich indigenous culture and the gateway to several aboriginal rock art sites.