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Reviewed 28 May 2021 via mobile

Spent 2 nights here and loved it! Bush Bungalows had everything we needed after a day exploring-comfy beds and a clean hot shower. Woken very early by the wildlife, I even saw a dingo from my bed which was exciting-all part of the Kakadu experience. We didn’t use the camp kitchen that was right beside our bungalow as we ate at Thai restaurant and the Croc motel however it seemed to have everything including pots and pans.

Room tip: Byo alcohol from Darwin, it’s a dry town so you can’t buy takeaway.
Date of stay: April 2021
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank stona7
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Reviewed 27 May 2021

We stayed at Anbinik for three nights in a two bedroom cabin. The cabin itself is quite comfortable, spacious and could easily accommodate 5 people (we were actually a party of two and only booked this one as it was one of the last rooms available). The inside seemed to be recently renovated - new paint, updated kitchen, brand new air-conditioning units (one in each room). The lodge is well located in Jabiru and is close to the town centre. Full marks to the staff - we had a minor inconvenience with a missing tv remote and the guys went above and beyond, eventually installing another tv in the room. It has the best rated restaurant in Jabiru onsite which is a massive plus too. Just be aware that the bathroom for these units are outside, a few footsteps away from the cabin but this may be an issue for travellers who may need easier access. Only drawbacks to this place would be the tiny, uncomfortable couch and creaky metal spring bed. If these were replaced I would have nothing but positive things to say about Anbinik!

Date of stay: May 2021
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Thank ashc_g
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Reviewed 15 May 2021 via mobile

The cabin accommodation is a really good location to be able to explore the National park and visit the township of Jabiru (you must go to the golf club it is full of characters). The cabins are clean and neat. The showers are outside under the stars and will be a highlight of our nights (viewing the stars). The Thai Resturant is really good and family run. The laundry is basic but functional.

Date of stay: May 2021
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank JohnHutcheson
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Reviewed 15 May 2021

We stayed two nights at the resort in a Suite. Outside shower was actually invigorating but room was very small with nowhere to hang clothes so lived out of our suitcases for our stay. Staff were pleasant and helpful but we felt the room was overpriced compared to a good hotel at the same rate.
Highlight would be the Thai restaurant on site. Great food!

Room tip: Be sure to check the overall facilities including what the room contains.
Date of stay: April 2021
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Thank Mark F
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Reviewed 6 May 2021

Booked into Anbinik as part of our trip to Northern Territory as a base. Chose a Suite which we were aware was part of a camping area - as the rate was $250 per night thought based on description would be a close enough to camping as we would like. Suites were very small and quite dark and claustrophobic. There was the option to sit outside on a day bed - this was not appealing as did not look clean - other option was a deck chair which was broken. No screen door so had to sit inside with door closed. The outside shower was an quirky and quite invigorating- having to clean build up of hair in drain ruined the shower experience also left over soap cakes left in the shower also detracted from the experience. Overall did not enjoy as suite looked and felt unclean. Realise is located in remote location - however- cannot justify $250 per night.

Date of stay: April 2021
Thank wendim57
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