Surrounded by the pristine waters of the Cobourg Marine Park Sanctuary, Seven Spirit Bay is one of Australia’s most unique luxury lodges. Established in 1990, the lodge has been a trailblazer for experiential tourism in the Northern Territory and has regularly set the benchmark for remote wilderness experiences.
Following an exquisite transformation over the last four years, Seven Spirit Bay now pairs true 5-star luxury with extraordinary adventures. Scattered through tropical forest and with views of Coral Bay, stunning ‘Habitat’ villas offer absolute comfort and seclusion. Their unique design amplifies the wilderness experience, immersing guests in the pristine environment of Garig Gunak Barlu National Park.
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On the lodge’s doorstep is a marine wonderland like no other. Dolphins, whales, dugong, manta rays and crocodiles can be encountered on a myriad of marine adventures, guided by expert skippers aboard state-of-the-art vessels. The abundance of fish also makes for memorable angling adventures, with barramundi, golden snapper, giant trevally and mangrove jack just a few of the favorites regularly caught and handed to the chef. On land, there’s also a range of adventures to be enjoyed with 4WD wildlife safari’s, historical tours of Victoria Settlement, guided walks and birdwatching to name just few.
As each day of adventure draws to a close, Seven Spirit Bay’s magical Wawidada Pavilion will wow you with spectacular sunsets and water views from its elevated setting. Enjoy a drink on the deck whilst a team of talented chefs prepare extraordinary cuisine, often featuring the catch of the day.
SPECIAL OFFER: Stay four nights and pay for three!
Includes luxury accommodation, all meals, National Park permit fees, fishing and 4WD adventures plus more. Available for specific periods in 2020. Limited availability.
Seven Spirit Bay luxury lodge is located on the Northern Territory Cobourg Marine Park in the Garig Gunak Barlu National Park. Overlooking a pristine bay within Port Essington, the lodge enjoys an enviable coastal location, surrounded by natural bush, coral reefs and rocky red cliffs. It is only accessible by boat or via the lodge’s private airstrip.