Northern Australia’s most exciting Aboriginal and Wildlife Wilderness

An unforgettable Experience

Mt Borradaile is a remote 700 square kilometre exclusively leased Safari Lodge nestled against the Arnhemland escarpment. The landscape of rugged ranges is fringed by idyllic billabongs, a stunningly beautiful wilderness and cultural landscape to the Aboriginal people.

Itineraries offer a huge range of activities for all ages, from billabong cruises and 4WD adventures to visiting world famous Arnhemland rock art galleries, all within 30 minutes drive from the luxury eco-lodge and all included in the price.

An incredible Destination

Davidson’s Arnhemland Safaris at Mt Borradaile is a registered aboriginal sacred site in an exclusively leased 700 sq-km area nestled against the Arnhem Land escarpment.
Its rugged ranges fringed by idyllic billabongs, flood plains, paperbark swamps, and monsoonal rainforests create an amazingly beautiful wilderness.
It’s valleys, overhangs and caves have been occupied for over 50,000 years and offer the world’s biggest collection of magnificent rock art as well as occupation and burial sites.

Getting there




The Resort

4 Star Accommodation

Guests are accommodated in comfortable ensuite cabins, with deluxe options available.

Resort Dining

The resort has full bar facilities, a comfortable lounge area, and an exquisite menu awaiting your return from your tours across one of the oldest landscapes in the world.

Guided Tours

Our friendly guides love to show you this magnificent area, with so much to see and do you will be entertained for days, no matter your specific interests.


Something for everyone – families with small children, couples, young singles and older folk. To say it was a memorable experience is  understating what we shared and enjoyed together – the three nights and four days were just not enough !!!

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Carole & Jeff (VIC) – Sept 2021

Not only did the experience live up to expectations but exceeded them. To visit a ‘non-touristy’ aboriginal experience is a privilege. It was a trip of exploration and the knowledge of our tour guides was exceptional.

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Visit the largest rock art collection in the world.