Welcome to Australia's Rainforest and
Great Barrier Reef Coastal Region
Tropical North Queensland
If you are searching for the most unique authentic boutique lodge accommodation experience around Cooktown on Cape York or in the Greater Daintree Rainforest, you have found us! Guests realise the difference as soon as they arrive.
Mungumby Lodge is just south of Cooktown, north of Port Douglas or Cairns. We offer quality private accommodation for travellers seeking to stay in a lodge that offers a personal nature experience. Our property is located at the apex of three very distinct landscapes as well as cultures, we are accessible and open year round and do not operate like a motel. Our bungalows offer private ensuite bathrooms and are clean, spacious. Each are located within the enclosed gardens with a great setting. Most guests advise we live in paradise, we wake up to this and the bird song every day.
Getting here is very easy. A top drive from Cairns Airport on the Mulligan Highway is a nice way to travel and suitable for conventional vehicles all year round. Do forget the road to Laura is totally sealed to Laura so why not slip up to the Split Rock Art or visit the Quinkan galleries with a Aboriginal guide(Queenslands most famous Aboriginal Rock Art) from Lakeland Downs on your way here or on the way back. Flights to Cooktown are offered x 2 per day Monday-Friday and 1 on Saturday. We also have a private airstrip available next to the lodge. Heli transfers are awesome.
Hikes, Mt bikes, fishing or simply bird watching or photography in the garden are our favourites. Cape York offers fantastic bird watching especially in our area. Birding at Mungumby is popular with many rare and unique species of birds seen directly at the lodge. See if you can spot the elusive Victoria's Rifle Bird near the car park!
Our guests come from all over the world and around Australia. We also welcome locals from Cape York all the way down to Townsville and many other Australians from all over our great country. The cool Mungumby Lodge air, gardens, and waterfalls flowing all year and not to forget the yummy food we prepare. Check out our guest book to see what they are saying!
NB: ROOM AVAILABLITY IS ACTUAL ON OUR OFFICIAL SITE HERE. OTHER ONLINE BOOKING SITES CAN STATE MUNGUMBY LODGE AS BOOKED OUT, WHEN IN FACT THIS IS BECASUE THESE THIRD PARTY OPERATORS HAVE NO MORE ROOMS LEFT TO SELL, OR NO ROOMS OR CONTRACT AT ALL. EXPEDIA, AGODA, ETC. AS OWNER OPERATORS THE ONLY TIME WE ARE BOOKED OUT IS WHEN WE ADVISE SUCH, NOT OTHER ONLINE SITES ON OUR BEHALF. CONTACT US TODAY!
In today’s material world, discerning travellers search for genuine experiences that typify the country or region they are visiting. At Mungumby Lodge we offer a genuine Australian experience where the simple things count. Our boutique resort style lodge is at the apex of three unique and very distinct tropical landscapes located on the reef & rainforest coast.
Primitive tropical rainforest listed by the World Heritage Commission as one of the earths most unique and valued assets. Outback equivalent to the best Australia has to offer, along with a pristine wilderness tropical coastline on Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Together these areas host animals, birds, insects, fish and mangroves, which quite possibly excel that anywhere else on the continent. Together these regions are home to the cultural spirit of Far Tropical North Queensland’s Aboriginal culture.
Within walking distance from Mungumby Lodge are opportunities to swim in croc free jungle waterfalls, observe wildlife, immerse one self in the regions Aboriginal culture, relive history or simply enjoy a local Australian pub built in 1875. The added comfort is knowing that you have chosen the perfect base to explore Far Tropical North Queensland’s most pristine landscapes. From the Annan River Gorge, Laura & the Quinkan Country, Archer Point, Wujal Wujal falls, Black Mountain, Daintree, Cape Tribulation, Lakefield, and Cedar Bay to Queensland’s Great Barrier Reef, this region provides a world of unique soft adventures.
The today's custodians (TC's) of Mungumby Lodge are proud to own this fine estate and fully respect the traditional owners (TO’s) of this region. We kindly ask visitors to also respect the regions Aboriginal culture and traditional wishes, as well as respecting nature and our fragile ecosystem which hosts our very existence. Our goal is to ensure our guests go home with memories of a life time and hope that our region is the experience they treasure the most from their holiday to Queensland, Australia.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Cooktown region and our lodge!
Contact your travel agent or call us +61 7 4060 3158
or email relax(at)mungumby.com and we can also call you back on a land line if this suits, any where! For advise on your nearest travel agent selling our lodge or answer your questions!
Hamish & Isabella Haslop - Hosts/Owners
A beautiful place, and what a wonderful place to stay! All the good things, when one gives life a moment's thought - comfort, interest, knowledge (of Hamish and his crew) and perfect food and wine. This is so much better than the bland, some times fancy pancy, hotels which offer an experience of Northern Queensland but don't deliver like this.
p.s the walk from the Botanic Gardens to Cherry Bay, then to Grassy Hill and back and the Cook Museum - then on the way back a blowy walk at Archer Point. Perfect.
Thank you for such a great stay - we will tell our agent at Audley!!
Simon and Liz Brown | UK
See our guest book for more uptodate comments......
25th March 2017
It would be easy to say that what Hamish & Isabella have created here is unique, but that would hardly do it justice. What has struck us, apart from the warmth of hospitality, the excellent food, the tranquillity, was that additional element: that everything has been thought about, considerate and put in place with sensitivity. That's a rare quality a one which sets apart the good from the excellent.
Anne & Patrick, Elsfield, Oxon
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