Jabiru Safari Lodge, Mareeba Wetlands

By staying in one of the five safari tents here, you will be contributing to wildlife conservation at the Mareeba Tropical Savanna and Wetland Reserve. Run by a non-profit trust that includes the Wildlife Conservancy of Tropical North Queensland, the 2000-hectare reserve has eight lagoons full of birds and is now one of the most important crane-roosting sites in Queensland. Two of the safari tents have solar power and gas appliances, and the others are on mains power. Barbecue packs and breakfast are provided, and there is a shared outdoor spa in the bush.

Contact Information

(07) 4093 2514


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