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.
Nature presenter Sir David Attenborough and Atlantic Productions based their team here for 4 nights to film the closing summary of “First Life”
Some of our recent guest feedback:-
Lieber Hamish und Leiber Isabella, Es hat uns hier besonders gutgefallen. Der wasserfall ist traumhaft! Man sollte aber nicht von den Felsenspringen, Wir kommen sicher wieder
Alex, Niamh, Sinead & Michael
We had a great time in the jungle. We enjoyed the rain on the roof, the walk through the trees, seeing and listening to the birds & frog! Nature PURE!
Wonderful that lodges like Mungumby are still possible and operating successfully. Good food & service, caring for customers and lots of stories about jungle adventures are your ingredients for success! Keeping going! We love it!
If we can, we will be back!
Roland & Hildergund Haude
Dear Hamish & Isabella
It’s been a few crazy months since we returned to New Orleans, but we wanted to thank you for your hospitality, and for sharing your incredible piece of the world with us! Time at the lodge and in the surrounding rainforest was certainly good for our souls, a well needed recharge and a chance to reconnect. Many, many thanks and hope you have a happy healthy 2018.
Ellen & David
New Orleans, USA
No TV, no Internet, no phone connection – where do you find a place like this. We enjoyed very much the 2 nights, the pool and the great hospitality and service, Sleeping in the rainforest while it rained heavily, what an experience. We wish many more Waratah Tour guests the same.
Thank you for your hospitality
Heinz & Frederike Schultner
Some things We Do Ask You to Remember
Please be aware that this region of the world is also home to exotic species of flora and fauna. We therefore ask you, to always pay attention to warning signs, especially if you are out there exploring the area without a professional guide.
Swimming from November to May should only be undertaken around Mungumby Lodge or the Annan River gorge where the waters are Croc free and safe. At the beach you can minimise the risk of stinger-injury by wearing a stinger-resistant wet-suit. The rest of the year is abide by the signage and are aware of the risks we have wonderful beaches that offer excellent ocean swimming.
Tips for Your Trip
When packing, don’t forget that temperatures in Far Tropical North Queensland vary from dry season (May – Dec) to wet season (Jan – April). In the dry season the weather is normally warm to hot during the day, and can also get quite cool at nights. Pack light protective clothing to avoid sunburn, insect bites.
During the wet season we recommend you pack light waterproof clothing suitable for humid conditions. The wet season is a very nice time of the year and a time where you are sure to see more wildlife.
At whichever time of the year, we recommend you wear sturdy trekking or walking shoes / boots.