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  • 2 x nights Queen Outback Retreat for 2 guests
  • 9am Yellow Water Cruise for 2 Adults
  • Breakfast daily for 2 guests
  • $100 Meal Credit for use at Mimi's Restaurant


  • Outback Glamping Tent
  • Breakfast daily & $100 Meal Credit
  • 9am Yellow Water Cruise

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Cooinda Lodge 2 Day Kakadu Outback Retreat

Set in lush Kakadu National Park, Cooinda Lodge offers luxury for those who seek it. Two guests are invited to indulge in a 2-night stay in a Queen Outback Retreat, surrounded by natural bush... this is Glamping!  After a good night's sleep in your air-conditioned tent, wake up to the sound of birds calling, preparing your day ahead. 

Why not get out and explore some of Kakadu's regions? After all you are here for 2 nights and have the time. Call into Bowali Visitor Centre for information on what's looking its best. 

The season October to late December is Kunumeleng this is the pre-monsoon season, with hot weather that becomes increasingly humid. Thunderstorms build in the afternoons and showers bring green to the dry land. As the streams begin to run, acidic water from the floodplains can kill fish in billabongs with low oxygen levels. Barramundi move from the waterholes to the estuaries to breed, and waterbirds spread out with the increased surface water and plant growth. 

Don't forget to visit Mimi's Restaurant to enjoy your meal credit. 



Safari Style Tent Sleeps 2 
Outback Retreat - camp under the trees in one of our luxury tents in the remotest area of the lodge. Includes 1 queen bed, air-conditioning, electric lighting, fan, bar fridge, chairs. Bathrooms are shared facilities.


Cooinda Lodge Kakadu

Cooinda, Kakadu National Park, Australia

Cooinda Lodge Kakadu is located right next to the famous Yellow Water Billabong. With prime position to visit some of Kakadu's most beautiful attractions and tours, including Jim Jim and Twin Falls, Maguk, Motor Car Falls, Moline, Nourlangie Rock Art, Ubirr and the Yellow Water Cruise.

The village style resort is located beneath a canopy of trees beside Yellow Water Billabong, home to world-renowned Yellow Water Cruises, where crocodiles, birds and an array of wildlife can be seen on the flood plain amongst paperbark and pandanus trees and fresh water mangroves.

With its oasis style atmosphere, Cooinda Lodge offers two inviting shaded swimming pools, bistro-style dining, a bar, petrol station and a store that offers locally made crafts as well as a wide range of essentials for touring.

Accommodation options include 48 fully refurbished hotel lodge rooms with own ensuite and 20 double and family Outback Retreat glamping tents, which provide high-quality bedding, air-conditioning, private verandas, and a dedicated amenities block in its own exclusive site.  


Join us for a two hour cruise and experience this magical time of day on Yellow Water. Located at the end of the Jim Jim Creek, Yellow Water is part of the South Alligator River system. This river system is unique as it is included in its entirety within a UNESCO World Heritage listed National Park.

HIGHLIGHTS: Enjoy a cruise on Yellow Water

INCLUDES: Water available on board


Kakadu Tourism

Cooinda Rd, Kakadu National Park, Australia

Experience a Yellow Water Cruise to a place forgotten by time where nature is raw, crocodiles rule and a prehistoric landscape is enlivened by sightings of jabirus, sea eagles and whistling kites along the floodplains. All of this is revealed by the expert guides of Yellow Water Cruises, one of Kakadu National Parks famed wilderness experiences.
Yellow Water Cruises operate several cruises a day on Kakadu's most famous wetland, Yellow Water Billabong, and has been awarded the winner of the 2012 Qantas Australian Tourism Award for Major Tourist Attraction.



Kakadu National Park - Bowali Centre

Bowali Visitor Centre, Kakadu Hwy, Jabiru NT 0886

World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, covering almost 20,000 square kilometres, is a place of contrasting landscapes and diverse habitats. Saltwater crocodiles lurk in freshwater billabongs dotted with lotus lilies. Rugged cliffs of the Arnhem Land escarpment hide deep sandstone gorges and pockets of monsoon rainforest. Waterfalls cascade into pools fringed with paperbarks and pandanus.

Kakadu’s landscapes have been shaped by water with the Mary, Wildman, West Alligator, South Alligator and East Alligator Rivers teeming with wildlife. During the tropical summer from November to April, waterfalls along the Arnhem Land escarpment are at their most spectacular, the lowlands are flooded, and the vegetation is lush.

Late in the dry season large flocks of magpie geese and whistling ducks, spoonbills, egrets and jabirus congregate around the remaining waterholes.

A number of Aboriginal clans reside in Kakadu National Park and the exquisite rock art galleries at Ubirr and Nourlangie Rock bear witness to their strong and ongoing connection with the land, having lasted for many thousands of years.

Bowali Visitor Centre, in Jabiru, tells visitors about the landscapes and wildlife of Kakadu.
This is a great first-stop on your Kakadu adventure. Our staff are on hand to answer questions and help you plan your walks and activities. There is a walk-through display where you’ll learn more about the plants, animals and landscapes you’ll see in the park.

The Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre, in Yellow Water, shares the vast and fascinating culture of the Bininj/Mungguy traditional owners.
Spend a couple of hours at the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre and exploring the extensive exhibit – understand the complicated kinship laws, read traditional owners’ stories of growing up in Kakadu and see tools, message sticks and artworks. 

Open daily from 9.00 am to 3.00 pmwet season (November - April) and 9.00 am to 5.00 pm dry season (April - October).
*Hours may vary during seasons


Injalak Arts

The Border Store, 1 ubirr access road, NT, 0822, Australia

The Border Store is situated in Kakadu National Park near the East Alligator River.

"Injalak Arts has started a pop up shop at the Border Store. The outlet is selling paintings on bark and paper, weavings and sculpture as well as hand-screen printed fabric lengths. Customers of Injalak Arts at Border Store will be safe in the knowledge that their purchases are contributing to an Indigenous-Owned charitable non-profit organisation. Injalak Arts plays a central role in the artistic and cultural life of traditional Aboriginal artists living in remote communities in western Arnhem Land. Injalak Arts is an outstanding example of a community organisation that delivers positive social, economic and cultural outcomes for its members. Other places to buy Indigenous art in Kakadu National Park do not support and represent entire communities or advocate for artists as Injalak Arts does. Gunbalanya is 12kms away from the Border Store, but COVID-19 has limited the accessibility of communities in Arnhem Land to visitors.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Border Store between 9-5pm, Monday - Sunday

Terms & conditions

For all bookings made on a package deal any amendments and cancellations must be received by the bookings centre at least 7 days prior to arrival. Inside 7 days full fees will apply for any cancellation or amendment.
For bookings made on a daily rate we require 48 hours notice if you wish to cancel your booking with no charge. 100% fee will occur if cancel within 48 hours. Failure to arrive will incur full fees.
PLEASE NOTE -Facilities available are limited during our Wet Season Operations .
For all amendments or cancellations please contact the bookings centre directly.

Kakadu Tourism reserves the right to remove a traveller from a tour if it is reasonably believed that their health and/or fitness will interfere with the tour operation or other traveller’s experience.
Kakadu Tourism reserves the right to cancel any tour at the discretion of the Tours/Operations Manager due to factors beyond its control including but not limited to minimum numbers not being attained weather conditions and vehicle/mechanical failure. In such cases we will offer to tour on the next available tour or at an alternative tour of equal value.
If this is not possible or you decline this offer we will issue you as the agent a full refund if payment has been received.
Kakadu Tourism takes no responsibility for any costs incurred or action taken as a result of a delayed or cancelled tour.
A forty-eight (48) hour cancellation policy applies to all reservations. For reservations of more than twelve (12) guests will be subject to a fourteen (14) day cancellation policy.
Please contact your booking agent to cancel or amend your booking.
Changes/cancellation within penalty window are charged in full.
Failure to arrive on-time failure to board or no-show will be charged in full.
All persons under 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult guardian at all times.

On sale now until sold out until 31st March, 2022. No blackout dates apply and bookings are all subject to availability on a first come first served basis.
Prices and inclusions are correct as of August 2021 and may be subject to change due to availability, surcharges, fees or taxes without notice.
Offer may be withdrawn at any time without notice.
Prices are based on couples sharing and family offer for two adults and two children under the age of 12 sharing.


We are all about flexibility. Book now and if you have to cancel due to border restrictions, please let us know 24 hours prior to check-in time of 1400 hrs (or as soon as border closures are announced) and we will cancel with no penalty or additional fees.
If you need to change your booking to a later date, this will be done so free of charge.

Amendments: an amendment fee of $25.00 will be charged per itinerary change.
Cancellations: cancellation of bookings will incur a 12.5% administration fee calculated on the total booking cost.

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